About Bosko

Bosko Ministries was incorporated in 1983 as a 501-3(c) tax exempt Church:

To unite a people of like faith in the bonds of brotherly love and fellowship (Heb. 13:1)

To meet together to truly worship G-d in Spirit, and in truth and to receive spiritual teaching (John 4:24; Eph. 4:11-15)

To point the lost to the way of life by exhorting believers to be filled with the Holy Spirit of God according to the second chapter of Acts.

To assist the body of believers in realizing their full potential for the Lord through discovery and development of their Spiritual gifts in a variety of effective and fulfilling ministries (Eph. 4:11-12)

To go back beyond Protestantism, Catholicism and the Dark Age religions. Back to the First Century, in Israel where Yeshua, the Salvation of G-D walked this earth in the flesh. Teaching in a First Century Hebraic atmosphere. To learn what He said in this Hebraic atmosphere, what it meant and what it means to us.

To hear and obey the Word of G-D. To understand and perform the blessings of Matthew 25:31-46. To be Holy and Righteous according to the Hebrew meaning of the words Kadosh and Tzadok. To obey the Commandment of G-D to Feed His Sheep.

Our vision was two-fold. We wanted to follow the instructions given to Simon Ben Jonas (Peter) in the Book of John Chapter 21 verses 15-17:
15 So when they had dined, Yeshua saith to Simon Ben Jonah, "Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou Me more than these?" He saith unto Him, "Yea, L-rd; Thou knowest that I love Thee." He saith unto him, "Feed My lambs."
16 He saith to him again the second time, "Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou Me?" He saith unto Him, "Yea, L-rd; Thou knowest that I love Thee." He saith unto him, "Feed My sheep."
17 He saith unto him the third time, "Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou Me?" Simon was grieved because He said unto him the third time, "Lovest thou Me?" And he said unto Him, "L-rd, Thou knowest all things; Thou knowest that I love Thee." Yeshua saith unto him, "Feed My sheep."
The first and last time Yeshua used the word "Feed", it was the Greek word BOSKO, to feed physically, to take care of the hungry. The second time it was the word POYMAINO, to shepherd, to take care of the sheep's physical and spiritual needs, to nurture and teach them.

The second path that the L-rd has put us on is to teach the Word of G-d, both the Hebrew and Christian Bibles, from a First Century Hebraic perspective. What did Yeshua say as He walked this Earth? What did it mean to the people He was speaking to? We wanted to go back beyond Protestantism, beyond Catholicism, beyond the Middle and Dark Ages Church to Jerusalem in the First Century and learn all we could about what was said in those settings.

It has been both and exciting and a rewarding journey.

Join with us in exploring, learning and teaching the mighty Words of our L-rd! Learn and teach the Truth, for the Truth will set you FREE!

Want to know more? Contact us today!

Boruch HaShem! (Praise The Name! )

1 comments:

  1. A group of Believers were sitting in a Pizza Hut in Baltimore Maryland one afternoon in 1982 and the conversation was directed as to what we should be doing for G-D. The general conversation was about feelings and not based in scriptures. The people there were all from a Charismatic Full Gospel Church and they were mistakenly talking about things that they should be doing for the church building and confusing them with the things they should be doing for Great G-D Almighty.
    By about the third piece of pizza, we were starting to quote scripture. The conversation became more and more serious with some of the people leaving because they had just come from church and they didn’t think they needed any more that day. Looking back, I could imagine it was much like the Apostles who stayed in the conversation while those in the multitudes around them had “better” things to do.
    Eventually, our conversation came to the fact that the only way to find what we sought after was to go back beyond Protestantism, back beyond the Catholic Church and the Dark Ages to Jerusalem in the First Century Early Church and find out what Yeshua said, what He told us to do from a First Century Hebraic concept. What were the languages He spoke and what was the language of His Jewish listeners? What were the idioms of the day, and most of all, what were the Jewish customs and Laws and ways of the day? Once we could uncover the meaning of these words, we would be closer to our objective.
    Harvey Cohen, being a Jew with an excellent knowledge of Hebrew, Greek and Latin started the search. Harvey had just recently come into the Body and was very confused by many of the actions, doctrines and rituals that were taking place. He was heard to say many times: “If these churches are following the same Great G-D, the G-d of Abraham, the G-D of Isaac, the G-D of Jacob, the Almighty who is the Creator of all things, then why is there such a great difference between them and Judaism?”
    This thinking led to the realization that Yeshua’s favorite method of teaching was a method still used today by Rabbis, a Rabbinical Teaching method called “Remez”: hinting. By finding what Yeshua was hinting to, we find the meaning of His Commandments to us.
    A good example is Yeshua on the Cross. Matthew 27:46
    46 And about the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice, saying, Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? that is to say, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?
    By going to Psalms 22v1 we find what He was hinting to and we now know what He meant on the Cross. No conjecture, no “what do you think it means?” but the actual thought that He was hinting to: Psalm 22:1
    1 My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? why art thou so far from helping me, and from the words of my roaring?

    And as you read the total Psalms 22, you know what Yeshua was hinting at.
    Through the years, we at Bosko have sought out the Words of our L-RD through our keeping a First Century Jewish Perspective. The Early Church was blessed and filled with miracles. They were a blessing to all around them. As we follow, understand and teach from that perspective, please G-D, He will continue to guide us on our quest to hear and obey His Word and to DO IT!

    Boruch HaShem!

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