Hisgalus 22:15-17 Orthodox Jewish Bible (OJB)
15 “Outside are the kelevim (dogs) and the mekhashfim (sorcerers, abusers of drugs; [T.N. the original language “pharmakoi” is where we derive the word for “drugs”; sorcerers often abused drugs to hallucinate or induce a passive state when they worked their magic and witchcraft; see Ga 5:20 and Rv 21:8] and the zonim (sexually immoral) and the rotzkhim (murderers) and the ovdei haelilim (idolaters) and everyone loving and practicing sheker. [DEVARIM 23:18]
16 “I, Yehoshua sent My malach (angel) to give solemn eidus (testimony) to you of these things, for the Kehillot. I am the Shoresh (root) and the offspring of Dovid, the Kokhav HaShachar.
17 “And the Ruach Hakodesh and the Kallah say, ‘Bo!’ And the one hearing let him say, ‘"Bo!’ And the one thirsting, let him come, the one desiring let him take the Mayim Chayyim freely.