The Boaz World Word Project Foundation was established in 1995; its purpose is to distribute the Biblical message, both at home and abroad. Determinative in this respect were the words of the Messiah Yeshua, as we read it in John 5:39: ‘You search the Scriptures, for in them you think you have eternal life; and these are they which testify of Me.’ With these words, Yeshua referred to Messianic texts in the Tanakh, and from there He taught His disciples. In this way, they learned everything about the Messiah. It is very important to know which Scriptural verses the Messiah Yeshua referred to. The verses largely concern the prophecies in the Tanakh (OT) through which the Lord God made known His plan about the promised Messiah to His people Israel.
Do you want to know more about the Messiah in the Holy Bible? If so, please take note of this book:
The Messiah Revealed in the Holy Scriptures - Author: Hendrik Schipper - More than 300 texts about the Messiah in the Tanakh (OT) explained.
In order to realize its purpose, the Foundation has had a book composed comprising more than 300 Messianic texts from the Tanakh/Torah that directly or indirectly deal with the promised Messiah. The texts involved are explained and clarified by related texts in the New Testament. The book is a unique Bible study book, and a unique reference work with Bible texts. The book was compiled by Hendrik Schipper and is entitled, The Messiah Revealed in the Holy Scriptures.
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