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Messianic Prophecies Fulfilled by Yeshua (Jesus)
What is a Messianic Prophecy?
Messianic prophecy is phenomenal evidence that sets the Bible apart from the other "holy
books." We strongly encourage you to read the Old Testament prophecies and the New
Testament fulfillment’s. Better yet, get a Jewish Tanakh (the Hebrew scripture read in the
Jewish synagogues) and read the Messianic prophecies from there. It is dramatic, eyeopening
and potentially life-changing
The noun prophecy describes a “prediction of the future, made under divine inspiration” or a
“revelation of God.” The act of making a prophecy is the verb,prophesy. Of the prophecies
written in the Bible about events that were to have taken place by now, every one was fulfilled
with 100% accuracy. This is a statement that can not be truthfully made about any other
“sacred writing.” This is important because the Bible says God will give us a savior who
provides a way for us to go to heaven. If the prophecies are 100% accurate, we know it is
going to happen.
Messianic Prophecy: Fulfillment by Yeshua (Jesus)
Messianic prophecy was fulfilled by the Messiah, Yeshua (Jesus) the Christ. Although many
Jews did not accept Yeshua (Jesus) as their Messiah, many did, based in dramatic part on
the fulfillment of historical prophecies, spread rapidly throughout the Roman Empire of the 1st
Century. Examine the prophecies yourself, and calculate the probability of one man fulfilling
just a handful of the most specific ones, and you’ll be amazed.
“Yeshua (Jesus) said to them, “These are the words which I spoke to you while I was still with
you, that all things must be fulfilled which were written in the Law of Moses and the Prophets
and the Psalms concerning Me.” Luke 24:44
What is a “Messianic” Prophecy?
Messianic prophecy is the collection of over 300 prophesies with over 100 predictions that
could only be fulfilled by Yeshua (Jesus) (a conservative estimate) in the Old Testament about
the future Messiah of the Jewish people. These predictions were written by multiple authors,
in numerous books, over approximately 1,000 years. Messianic Prophecy is so dramatic
today, because with the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls which were discovered in eleven
caves along the northwest shore of the Dead Sea between the years 1947 and 1956. The
mostly fragmented texts, are numbered according to the cave that they came out of. They
have been called the greatest manuscript discovery of modern times.
Only Caves 1 and 11 have produced relatively intact manuscripts. Discovered in 1952, these
Caves produced the largest find. About 15,000 fragments from more than 500 manuscripts
were found.
In all, scholars have identified the remains of about 825 to 870 separate scrolls.
The Scrolls can be divided into two categories—biblical and non-biblical. Fragments of every
book of the Hebrew canon (Old Testament) have been discovered except for the book of
Esther.
There are now identified among the scrolls, 19 copies of the Book of Isaiah, 25 copies of
Deuteronomy and 30 copies of the Psalms .
Prophecies by Ezekiel, Jeremiah and Daniel not found in the Bible are written in the Scrolls.
The Isaiah Scroll, found relatively intact, is 1000 years older than any previously known copy
of Isaiah. In fact, the scrolls are the oldest group of Old Testament manuscripts ever found,
these along with the reliability of the Septuagint version of the Old Testament which is the
most ancient translation of the Old Testament and consequently is invaluable to critics for
understanding and correcting the Hebrew text (Massorah), the latter, such as it has come
down to us, being the text established by the Massoretes in the sixth century A.D. Many
textual corruptions, additions, omissions, or transpositions must have crept into the Hebrew
text between the third and second centuries B.C. and the sixth and seventh centuries of our
era; the manuscripts therefore which the Seventy had at their disposal, may in places have
been better than the Massoretic manuscripts.
The Septuagint Version accepted first by the Alexandrian Jews, and afterwords by all the
Greek-speaking countries, helped to spread among the Gentiles the idea and the expectation
of the Messiah, and to introduce into Greek the theological terminology that made it a most
suitable instrument for the propagation of the Gospel of Christ.
The Jews made use of it long before the Christian Era, and in the time of Christ it was
recognized as a legitimate text, and was employed in Palestine even by the rabbis. The
Apostles and Evangelists utilized it also and borrowed Old Testament citations from it,
especially in regard to the prophecies. The Fathers and the other ecclesiastical writers of the
early Church drew upon it, either directly, as in the case of the Greek Fathers, or indirectly,
like the Latin Fathers and writers and others who employed Latin, Syriac, Ethiopian, Arabic
and Gothic versions. It was held tin high esteem by all, some even believed it inspired.
Consequently, a knowledge of the Septuagint helps to a perfect understanding of these
literature’s.
The Old Testament books in the Bible (all of them written between 1450 BC and 430 BC)
contained hundreds of prophecies about an “anointed one” (“Messiah” in Hebrew) who would
arrive in their future. The Messiah would “deliver” or “save” all the Jewish people, bringing
them to paradise or heaven. These prophecies also stated that the Messiah would save all
the other people in the world “through the Jews.” For this reason, people who are not Jewish
(Gentiles) need to learn about the Messiah, too.
Both the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Septuagint Version have been proven to exist prior to the
time Yeshua (Jesus) walked on the earth and you can be assured that these prophecies were
not “conspired” after-the-fact.
A Special Note on Psalm 22 and Isaiah 53
Even a casual reader of the Bible will notice something “different” about Psalm 22 and Isaiah
52:13 to 53:12. They tell stories that perfectly parallel events in the life of Christ that took
place much later. Psalm 22 is especially amazing since it predicted 11 separate things about
Yeshua (Jesus) crucifixion about a thousand years before they happened. We know that
David (the author of Psalm 22) lived about 1043-973 BC and Isaiah lived about 740-680 BC.
Both passages, written far ahead of the time of Christ, are strong proof that help you believe
that the Bible was literally inspired by God.
Couldn’t Someone Just Write These Down and Pretend They Were Written
Earlier?
Many people who do not believe in the Bible say this. However, manuscripts have been found
that confirm that these various prophecies were written down 400-1,000 years before they
actually occurred. The discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Septuagint Version put to
rest most of this thinking.
How do you know these were Messianic Prophecies?
Some of the prophecies occur as part of the text of a story. So, a natural question would be,
“How do you know these are Messianic prophecies? Couldn’t someone have read these texts
after Yeshua (Jesus) came along and claimed they are Messianic prophecies?”
The reason we know these texts were intended to be Messianic prophecies is because they
were recognized (and discussed) by the Jews before Yeshua (Jesus)’ birth. For example:
One of the common debates was whether or not “the Messiah” was actually two people (or
twins) since it seemed impossible to them that one person could accomplish both of the
Messiah’s “goals” (Isaiah 61:1-3).
• We now know that Yeshua (Jesus) accomplished one goal (preaching the “good news”
and becoming the sacrifice that saves us) when He came to Earth, he told everyone
God’s new plan of salvation, and was crucified.
• He will fulfill the other goal (being our Savior and Lord, ruling at God’s right hand, and
taking vengeance on the people who do not follow God) when He comes back to Earth
(often called Yeshua (Jesus)’ “second coming”).
This required being raised from the dead, a possibility the Jews never considered. When
Yeshua (Jesus) was raised from the dead, many Jews then recognized how the Messiah
could be “one man.”
From that time, more than a billion Jews and non-Jews alike have chosen to get right with
God and become believers in Yeshua (Jesus). Many of them made their decision based on
the evidence of these fulfilled Messianic prophecies.
Couldn’t Someone Besides Yeshua (Jesus) Fulfill These Prophecies?
The number representing the odds against them all being fulfilled by anyone would be
enormous, even impossible to fulfill all the Yeshua (Jesus) fulfilled. This makes the fact that
Yeshua (Jesus) fulfilled them all is a miracle in itself. Still, some questions that may come to
mind are:
• Couldn’t anyone else have fulfilled these prophecies if they really tried?
• Even though Yeshua (Jesus) fulfilled these prophecies, how do we know He is THE
Messiah. Other religions say they have a Prophet that followed in Yeshua (Jesus)
footsteps and is the real Messiah.
• I understand the Jews are still waiting for the Messiah. Isn’t it possible that Yeshua
(Jesus) happened to fulfill these prophecies and that the “real” Messiah will still come
some day?
You will notice that many of the prophecies are not under human control. In other words, if
someone tried to fulfill all of them, how would they be (1) born in Bethlehem Ephratah (2) with
a virgin for a mother? Already they would have a problem and these are only two prophecies.
Even a casual glance through this list reveals that a person could not fulfill them by their own
efforts.
There are many people that have claimed to be the Messiah (or a similar title that they gave
themselves like “God’s Prophet”). Some of them founded false religions and cults, and have
many followers. Anyone who has read the Bible expected to see them appear. Two thousand
years ago, Yeshua (Jesus) Himself said there would be many false Messiahs and prophets
that follow him (Matthew 7:15; Matthew 24:11; Matthew 24:23-25; Mark 13:21-23).
Examine these other “prophets” yourself. Was their appearance clearly predicted in the Bible?
Did they fulfill all the messianic prophecies? The answer is obvious, none of them even came
close.
It is true that the Jews, God’s chosen people, are still waiting for their Messiah. However, not
recognizing their own Messiah is part of God’s plan (Romans 11:25-27) that allows everyone
else be saved (Joel 2:32; Romans 10:13). The Bible clearly states that “those who are first
will be last” (Matthew 19:30 and 20:16, Mark 10:31, and Luke 13:30). The Jews were the
first of God’s people, but they are kept unaware of their own Messiah until the end times when
everyone on the earth hears about Yeshua (Jesus) the Christ. Once this happens, the
remaining followers of Judaism will realize that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah. At that time,
Yeshua (Jesus) will return to the earth, bringing those who accept Him as their Savior to
heaven.
The Old Testament verses are the prophecy; the New Testament verses
proclaim the fulfillment.
There are over 300 prophecies foretelling the coming Jewish Messiah - hundreds of years
before Yeshua (Jesus) was born in Bethlehem.
Yeshua (Jesus) fulfilled at least 365 of these prophecies. Of these 365 prophecies, there are
109 that ONLY Yeshua (Jesus) could have fulfilled.
Here is some of prophecies Messiah fulfilled
A prophet like unto Moses. This was prophesied by Moses, himself:
“The LORD your God will raise up for you a Prophet like me from your midst,
from your brethren. Him you shall hear, 16 according to all you desired of
the LORD your God in Horeb in the day of the assembly, saying, ‘Let me not
hear again the voice of the LORD my God, nor let me see this great fire
anymore, lest I die.’
17 “And the LORD said to me: ‘What they have spoken is good. 18 I will
raise up for them a Prophet like you from among their brethren, and will put
My words in His mouth, and He shall speak to them all that I command
Him. 19 And it shall be that whoever will not hear My words, which He
speaks in My name, I will require it of him. Deuteronomy 18:15-19
Like Moses, the Messiah would be a leader, a prophet, a lawgiver, a deliverer, a
teacher, a priest, an anointed one, a mediator, a human and one of God's chosen
people (a Jew) performing the role of intermediary between God and man, speaking
the words of God and like Moses, the Messiah would offer himself to die for the sins of
the people. Both Moses and Yeshua (Jesus) performed many miracles validating their
message. As infants, both their lives were threatened by evil kings, and both were
supernaturally protected from harm. Both spent their early years in Egypt. Both taught
new truths from God. Both cured lepers (Matthew 8:2-3;Numbers 12:10-15) and
confronted demonic powers. Both were initially doubted in their roles by their siblings.
Moses lifted up the brazen serpent to heal all his people who had faith; Yeshua
(Jesus) was lifted up on the cross to heal all who would have faith in Him.
Moses appointed 70 elders to rule Israel (Numbers 11:16-17); Yeshua (Jesus)
appointed 70 disciples to teach the nations (Luke 10:1, 17). And there are many other
parallels between the lives of Moses and Yeshua (Jesus).
The Messiah would be a descendant of Noah's son, Shem.
Noah said, "Blessed be the LORD God of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant. God
shall enlarge Japheth, and he shall dwell in the tents of Shem; and Canaan shall be his
servant (Genesis 9:26-27). Chapter 10 goes on list descendants of Shem, noting that
he was ancestor of Eber (Heber) Luke 3:35, the founder of the Hebrew race.
Noah associated Shem especially with the worship of Jehovah, recognizing
the dominantly spiritual motivations of Shem and thus implying that God's
promised Deliverer would ultimately come from Shem.
He would be a descendant of Shem named Abraham (Genesis 22:18; 12; 17;22).
Fulfilled: See Christ's genealogy in Matthew 1.
He would be a descendant of Abraham's son, Isaac, not Ishmael (Genesis 17; 21).
Fulfilled: See Christ's genealogy in Matthew 1.
He would be a descendant of Isaac's son, Jacob, not Esau (Genesis 28; 35:10-12;
Numbers 24:17). Fulfilled: See Christ's genealogy in Matthew 1.
He would be a descendant of Judah, not of the other eleven brothers of Jacob.
Fulfilled: See Christ's genealogy in Matthew 1.
He would be a descendant of the family of Jesse in the tribe of Judah (Isaiah 11:1-
5). Fulfilled: See Christ's genealogy in Matthew 1 and Luke 3:23-38.
He would be of the house of David (2 Samuel 7:12-16;Jeremiah 23:5; Psalm 89:3-
4). Fulfilled: See Christ's genealogy in Matthew 1;Luke 1:27, 32, 69. Note: Since the
the Jewish genealogical records were destroyed in 70 A.D., along with the destruction
of Jerusalem and the Temple, it would not be possible for a Messiah imposter who was
born later to prove his lineage back to David and thus fulfill this prophecy.
He will be born in a small city called Bethlehem, specifically the one formerly known
as Ephratah (Micah 5:2). Fulfilled: Luke 2:4-20. Note: Christ's birth in Bethlehem was
apparently not by the choice of Mary and Joseph; it was forced upon them
by Caesar Augustus' taxation decree which required Joseph to leave his home in the
city of Nazareth and return to his place of origin to pay the tax.
Special interest** The birthplace of Yeshua (Jesus), Bethlehem, meaning house of
bread, is one of the most famous Bible Places of Bible History. So famous in fact that it
has eclipsed another town that existed in Israel by the same name. The Bethlehem
where the Messiah was born is in the south, near Jerusalem, in the territory of Judah.
The other Bethlehem is in the north, near Nazareth, in the territory of Zebulun
The Pharisees knew for certain that the Messiah could only be born in Bethlehem
Ephratah and that Micah 5:2 was definitely a Messianic prophecy. So, every time
"Bethlehem" is mentioned it always refers to Bethlehem Ephratah in the south of the
country below Jerusalem and adds more clarity and credibility to the prophesy and to
the birth place of the true messiah.
The most famous Bethlehem is located in the hill country (approximately 2,500 feet
above sea level) of Judah. Situated on the main highway to Egypt (which came in very
useful just after the birth of Yeshua (Jesus), it was known variously as Ephrath
(Genesis 35:16), Bethlehem Ephratah (Micah 5:2), Bethlehem-Judah (1 Samuel
17:12), and "the city of David" (Luke 2:4)
He will be born of a virgin (Isaiah 7:14). Fulfilled: Matthew 1; Luke 1.
The Messiah would be the “seed of of a woman” come to destroy the work of the
Devil. Not long after Creation, God prophesied to the serpent Satan, “And I will put
enmity between you and the woman, And between your seed and her Seed; He shall
bruise your head, And you shall bruise His heel” (Genesis 3:15). The implication was
that Eve's descendant would undo the damage that Satan had caused.
The “seed of the woman” can only be an allusion to a future descendant of
Eve who would have no human father. Biologically, a woman produces no
seed, and except in this case Biblical usage always speaks only of the seed
of men. This promised Seed would, therefore, have to be miraculously
implanted in the womb. In this way, He would not inherit the sin nature which
would disqualify every son of Adam from becoming a Savior from sin. This
prophecy thus clearly anticipates the future virgin birth of Christ.
Satan will inflict a painful wound on the woman's Seed, but Christ in turn will
inflict a mortal wound on the Serpent, crushing his head. This prophecy was
fulfilled in the first instance at the cross, but will culminate when the
triumphant Christ casts Satan into the lake of fire (Revelation 20:10).
In the New Testament, Christ's apostle John confirms that this was His Master's
purpose, “He who does what is sinful is of the devil, because the devil has been
sinning from the beginning. The reason the Son of God appeared was to destroy the
devil's work” (1 John 3:8; Hebrews 2:14; Revelation 20:10.)
He will be a priest after the order of Melchisedek (Melchisedec) (Psalm 110:4).
Fulfilled:Hebrews 5:6
The scepter shall not pass from the tribe of Judah until the Messiah comes. In
other words, He will come before Israel loses its right to judge her own people. The
patriarch Jacob prophesied this:
The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his
feet, until Shiloh come; and unto him shall the gathering of the people be.
(Genesis 49:10)
According to the Jewish historian Josephus, the Sanhedrin of Israel lost the right to
truly judge its own people when it lost the right to pass death penalties in 11
A.D. (Josephus, Antiquities, Book 17, Chapter 13). Jesus Christ was certainly born before 11
A.D.
He will come while the Temple of Jerusalem is standing (Malachi 3:1; Psalm
118:26; Daniel 9:26; Zechariah 11:13;Haggai 2:7-9). Fulfilled: Matthew 21:12, etc.
(Note: The Temple did not exist at certain periods in Jewish history, and it was finally
destroyed in 70 A.D.)
He will perform many miracles (Isaiah 35:5-6). Fulfillment: See list of Miracles
Recorded in the Gospels.
He will open the eyes of the blind (Isaiah 29:18). Fulfillment: Matthew 9:27-31;
12:22; 20:29; Mark 8:22-26; 10:46; Luke 11:14; 18:35; John 9:1-7.
He will speak in parables (Psalm 78:2). Fulfillment: Matthew 13:34, etc.
The Gentiles will believe in Him, while His own people (the Jews) will reject
him ( Isaiah 8:14;28:16; 49:6; 50:6; 60:3; Psalms 22:7-8; 118:22). Fulfillment: 1 Peter
2:7, etc.
A messenger (a man of the wilderness) will prepare the way for Him (Isaiah
40:3; Malachi 3:1). See John the Baptist (Matthew 3:1-3; 11:10; John 1:23; Luke
1:17).
The exact day of His public revealing to Israel and subsequent death.
The precise timing of Yeshua (Jesus)' crucifixion was also given to the Jews
when God revealed to the prophet Daniel (Daniel 9:24) how the Jews could
calculate the day of the revealing of the Messiah. Talking of a 490 year
period, the prophet foresaw that it would begin “from the going forth of the
commandment to restore and build Jerusalem” (Daniel 9:25). In the book of
Nehemiah we learn that this command was given "in the month Nisan [on
the Hebrew calendar], in the twentieth year of the king" (Nehemiah 2:1).
The king was Artaxerxes Longimanus who ruled from 465 to 425 B.C. The
prophet Daniel said that 483 years from that date, the Messiah would be
revealed to Israel, but He would then "be cut off, but not for himself" (Daniel
9:26). This prophecy refers to the crucifixion when Yeshua (Jesus) died, or
was cut off, for the sins of the world.
483 years later, to the day, was Sunday, April 6, 32 A.D. On that day, which
we commemorate as Palm Sunday, Yeshua (Jesus) rode into Jerusalem on
a donkey and revealed Himself as Israel's Messiah. He was killed
four days later, thus fulfilling the prophecy that He would be revealed and
then slain.
He will enter Jerusalem riding a donkey (the colt of an ass) (Zechariah 9:9).
Fulfillment: Matthew 21:5; Luke 19:32-37.
He will be hated for no reason (Psalm 69:4). Fulfillment: John 15:25.
He will be betrayed (Psalm 41:9). Fulfillment: Matthew 27:3-10.
More specifically, He will be betrayed by a friend (Psalm 41:9).
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:3-10; 26:47-48.
The price of his betrayal will be thirty pieces of silver (Zechariah 11:12).
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:3-10.
The betrayal money will be cast onto the floor (Zechariah 11:13).
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:5.
More specifically, it will be cast onto the floor of the Temple (Zechariah 11:13).
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:3-10.
The betrayal money will be used to buy a potter's field (Zechariah 11:13).
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:6-10.
He will not open his mouth to defend himself (Isaiah 53:7). Fulfillment: Matthew
27:12.
He will be beaten and spit upon (Isaiah 50:6). Fulfillment: Matthew 26:67;27:26-30.
He will be “numbered with the transgressors” (Isaiah 53:12). Fulfillment: Jesus
was crucified as a criminal in between two thieves (Matthew 27:38).
He will be pierced (Zechariah 12:10). Fulfillment: John 19:34
His hands and feet will be pierced (Psalm 22:16; Zechariah 12:10;Galatians 3:13).
Crucifixion foretold. Psalm 22 graphically prophecies the Messiah's manner of death.
At the time the psalm was written (and long after), the penalty for blasphemy was
stoning. However, at the time Yeshua (Jesus) was condemned by the Sanhedrin, it no
longer had the legal right to put people to death. Thus, the case was taken to the
Roman governor Pontius Pilate who crucified him according to Roman custom .
The Jewish Passover sacrifice and Yeshua (Jesus) the Christ's sacrificial death
coincide exactly.
The dates on which Jesus was taken by the Roman authorities, and then
slain, also coincided precisely with the Jewish Passover. Jesus became the
Passover Lamb, “without blemish.” At the first Passover, described in
Exodus 12, God instructed the Israelites to kill a lamb with no blemishes
and to put its blood on their door posts. When the angel of death passed
through Egypt where the Israelite s were being held as slaves, it would pass
by any house that had the blood of the a Passover lamb on its door posts.
Yeshua (Jesus) fulfilled Moses' prophecy of the Passover Lamb because it
is through His blood that we can be saved from, or passed over by, death.
His bones will not be broken (Psalm 34:20; Exodus 12 states that the Passover
lamb's bones are not to be broken.). Fulfillment: John 19:33.
They will divide his clothing and cast lots for them (Psalm 22:18). Fulfillment:John
19:23-24.
He will be given vinegar and gall to drink (Psalm 69:21). Fulfillment: Matthew
27:34, 48.
He will say: “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?” (Psalm 22:1).
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:46.
He will be buried with the rich (Isaiah 53:9). Fulfillment: Matthew 27. According to
Henry Morris,
This passage [Isaiah 53:9] could also be read, “they planned His grave (to
be) with the wicked, but it was with a rich man [Joseph of Arimathea] in His
death.” (Henry M. Morris, The Defender's Bible)
He will not decay (Psalm 16:10). Fulfillment: Acts 2:31
He will be resurrected from the dead (Psalm 16:10). Fulfillment: Acts 2:31, etc.
See: “Resurrection of Christ”.
He will ascend into heaven (Psalm 68:18). Fulfillment: Acts 1:9.
He will be seated at the right hand of God (Psalm 110:1). Fulfillment: Hebrews 1:3.
He will be the Son of God (Psalm 2:7). Fulfilled: Matthew 3:17, etc.
Summary of the Messianic Prophecies and fulfillment
Prophetic
Scripture
Subject Fulfilled
1 Genesis 3:15 Seed of a woman (Virgin Birth) Luke 1:35,
Matthew 1:18-20
2 Genesis 3:15 He will bruise Satan's head. Hebrews 2:14, 1 John
3:18
3 Genesis 5:24 The Bodily ascension to heaven
illustrated. Mark 6:19
4 Genesis 9:26-27 The God of Shem will be the son of
Shem. Luke 3:36
5 Genesis 12:3 Abraham's seed, will bless all nations. Acts 3:25,26
6 Genesis 12:7 The Promise made to Abraham's
seed. Galatians 3:16
7 Genesis 14:18 A Priest after Melchizedek Hebrews 6:2
8 Genesis 14:18 A King Also Hebrews 7:2
9 Genesis 14:18 The Last Supper foreshadowed. Matthew 26:26-29
10 Genesis 17:19 The Seed of Isaac. Romans. 9:7
11 Genesis 21:12 The Seed of Isaac. Romans 9:7,
Hebrews 11:18
12 Genesis 22:8 The Lamb of God promised. John 1:29
13 Genesis 22:18 As Isaac's seed, will bless all nations. Galatians 3:16
14 Genesis26:2-5 The Seed of Isaac, promised as the
Redeemer. Hebrews11:18
15 Genesis 49:10 The Time of His coming. Luke 2:1-7; Galatians
4:4
16 Genesis 49:10 The Seed of Judah. Luke 3:33
17 Genesis 49:10 Called Shiloh or One Sent. John 17:3
18 Genesis 49:10 To come before Judah lost identity. John 11:47-52
19 Genesis 49:10 To Him shall the obedience of the
people be. John 10:16
20 Exodus 3:13,14 The great "I AM" John 4:26
21 Exodus 12:5 A Lamb without blemish. 1 Pet. 1:19
22 Exodus 12:13 The Blood of the Lam saves Roman
wrath. Romans. 5:9
23 Exodus 12:21-27 Christ is our Passover. 1 Corinthians 5;7
24 Exodus 12:46 Not a bone of the Lamb broken. John 19:31-36
25 Exodus 13:2 Blessing to First Born Son. Luke 2:23
26 Exodus 15:2 His exaltation predicted as Yeshua. Acts 7:55,56
27 Exodus 15:11 His Character-Holiness Luke 1:35; Acts 4:27
28 Exodus 17:6 The Spiritual Rock of Israel. 1 Corinthians 10:4
29 Exodus 33:19 His character Merciful Luke 1:72
30 Leviticus 14:11 The Leper cleansed - Sign to
Priesthood. Luke 1:72
31 Leviticus 16:15-
17 Prefigures Christ's once-for-all death. Hebrews 9:7-14
32 Leviticus16:27 Suffering Outside the Camp Matthew 27:33;
Hebrews 13:11, 12
33 Leviticus 17:11 The Blood - the life of the flesh. Matthew 26;28; Mark
10:45
34 Leviticus 17:11 It is the blood that makes atonement. 1 John 3:14-18
35 Leviticus 23:36-
37
The Drink offering.
"If any man thirst" John 19:31-36
36 Numbers 9:12 Not a bone of Him broken. John 19:31-36
37 Numbers 21:9 The serpent on a pole - Christ lifted
up. John 3:14-18
38 Numbers 24:8 Flight to Egypt. Matthew 2:14
39 Numbers 24:17 Time: "I shall see him but not now." Galatians 4:4
40 Numbers 24:17-
19 A star out of Jacob.
Matthew 2:2, Luke
1:33,78, Revelation
22:16
41 Deuteronomy
18:15 "This is of a truth that prophet." John 6:14
42 Deuteronomy
18:15-16
"Had ye believed Moses, ye would
believe me." John 5:45-47
43 Deuteronomy
18:18 Sent by the Father to speak His word. John 8:28, 29
44 Deuteronomy
18:19
Whoever will not hear must bear his
sin. John 12:15
45 Deuteronomy
21:13-23 As a prophet. John 6:14; 7:40,
Acts 3:22,23
46 Deuteronomy
21:23 Cursed is he that hangs on a tree. Galatians 3:10-13
47 Ruth 4:4-9 Christ, our kinsmen, has redeemed
us. Ephesians 1:3-7
48 1 Samuel 2:10 Shall be an anointed King to the
world.
Matthew 28:18; John
12:15
49 2 Samuel 7:12 David's seed. Matthew 1:1
50 2 Samuel 7:14a The Son of God Luke 1:32
51 2 Samuel 7:16 David's house established forever. Luke 3:31; Rev. 22:16
52 2 Samuel 23:2-4 Would be the "Rock". 1 Corinthians 10:4
53 2 Samuel 23:2-4 Would be as the "light of the
morning". Revelation 22:16
54 2 Kings 2:11 The bodily ascension to heaven
illustrated. Luke 24:51
55 1 Chronicles
17:11 David's seed. Matthew 1:1; 9:27
56 1 Chronicles
17:12, 13a To reign on David's throne forever. Luke 1:32, 33
57 1 Chronicles
17:13a "I will be His Father, ..He my son." Hebrews 1:5
58 Job 19:23-27 The Resurrection predicted. John 5:24-29
59 Psalms 2:1-3 The enmity of Kings foreordained. Acts 4:25-28
60 Psalms 2:2 To own the title, anointed (Christ) Acts 2:36
61 Psalms 2:6 His Character - Holiness John 8:46; Rev. 3:7
62 Psalms 2:6 To own the title King. Matthew 2:2
63 Psalms 2:7 Declared the beloved Son. Matthew 3:17
64 Psalms 2:7, 8 The Crucifixion and Resurrection
intimated. Acts 13:29-33
65 Psalms 2:12 Life comes through faith in Him. John 20:31
66 Psalms 8:2 The mouths of babes perfect His
praise. Matthew 21:16
67 Psalms 8:5, 6. His humiliation and exaltation. Luke 24:50-53;
1 Corinthians 15:27
68 Psalms 16:10 Was not to see corruption. Acts 2:31
69 Psalms 16:9-11 Was to arise from the dead. John 20:9
70 Psalms 17;15 The Resurrection predicted. Luke 24:6
71 Psalms 22:1 Forsaken because of sins for others. 2 Corinthians 5:21
72 Psalms 22:1 Words spoken from Calvary "My
God..." Mark 15:34
73 Psalms 22:2 Darkness upon Calvary. Matthew 27:45
74 Psalms 22:7 They shoot out the lip and shake the
head. Matthew 27:39
75 Psalms 22:8 "He trusted in God, let Him deliver
Him". Matthew 27:43
76 Psalms 22:9 Born the Savior Luke 2:7
77 Psalms 22:14 Died of a broken (ruptured) heart. John 19:34
78 Psalms 22:14,15 Suffered Agony on Calvary. Mark 15:34-37
79 Psalms 22:15 He thirsted. John 19:28
80 Psalms 22:16 They pierced His hands and His feet. John 19:34,37;20:27
81 Psalms 22:17,18 Stripped Him before the stares of
men. Luke 23:34,35
82 Psalms 22:18 They parted His garments. John 19:23,24
83 Psalms 22:20,21 He committed Himself to God. Luke23:46
84 Psalms 22:20,21 Satanic power bruising the
Redeemer's heel. Hebrews 2:14
85 Psalms 22:22 His Resurrection declared. John 20:17
86 Psalms 22:27 He shall be the governor of the
Nations. Col 1:16
87 Psalms 22:31 "It is finished" John 19:30
88 Psalms 23:1 "I am the Good Shepherd" John 10:11
89 Psalms 24:3 His exaltation predicted. Acts 1:11; Phil. 2:9
90 Psalms 27:12 Accused by false witnesses. Matthew 26:60,61,
Mark 14:57,58
91 Psalms 30:3 His resurrection predicted. Acts 2:32
92 Psalms 31:5 "Into thy hands I commit my spirit." Luke 23:46
93 Psalms 31:11 His acquaintances fled from Him Mark 14:50
94 Psalms 31:13 They took counsel to put Him to
death. John 11:53
95 Psalms 31:14,15 "He trusted in God let Him deliver
Him." Matthew 27:43
96 Psalms 34:20 Not a bone of Him broken. John 19:31-36
97 Psalms 35:11 False witnesses rose up against Him. Matthew 26:59
98 Psalms 35:19 He was hated without a cause. John 15:25
99 Psalms 38:11 His friends stood afar off. Luke 23:49
100 Psalms 40:2-5 The joy of His resurrection predicted. John 20:20
101 Psalms 40:6-8 His delight - the will of the Father John 4:34
102 Psalms 40:9 He was to preach the righteousness
in Israel. Matthew 4:17
103 Psalms 40:14 Confronted by adversaries in the
Garden. John 18:4-6
104 Psalms 41:9 Betrayed by a familiar friend. John 13:18
105 Psalms 45:2 Words of Grace come from His lips. Luke 4:22
106 Psalms 45:6 To own the title, God or Elohim. Hebrews 1:8
107 Psalms 45:7 A Special anointing by the Holy Spirit. Matthew3:16;
Hebrews1:9
108 Psalms 45:7,8 Called the Christ (Messiah or
Anointed.) Luke 2:11
109 Psalms 49-15 His Resurrection. Acts 2:27; 13:35,
Mark 16:6
110 Psalms 55:12-14 Betrayed by a friend, not an enemy. John 13:18
111 Psalms 55:15 Unrepentant death of the Betrayer. Matthew 27:3-5;
Acts 1:16-19
112 Psalms 68:18 To give gifts to men. Ephesians 4:7-16
113 Psalms 68:18 Ascended into heaven. Luke 24:51
114 Psalms 69:4 Hated without a cause. John 15:25
115 Psalms 69:8 A Stranger to own brethren. Luke 8;20,21
116 Psalms 69:9 Zealous for the Lord's house. John 2:17
117 Psalms 69:14-20 Messiah's anguish of soul before
crucifixion. Matthew 26:36-45
118 Psalms 69:20 "My soul is exceeding sorrowful" Matthew 26:38
119 Psalms 69:21 Give vinegar in thirst. Matthew 27:34
120 Psalms 69:26 The Savior given and smitten by God. John 17:4; 18:11
121 Psalms 72:10,11 Great persons were to visit Him. Matthew 2:1-11
122 Psalms 72:16 The corn of wheat to fall into the
Ground.
John 12:24
123 Psalms 72:17 His name, Yinon, will produce
offspring.
John 1:12,13
124 Psalms 72:17 All nations shall be blessed by Him. Acts 2:11,12,41
125 Psalms 78:1.2 He would teach in Parables. Matthew 13:34-35
126 Psalms 78:2b To speak the Wisdom of God with
Authority. Matthew 7:29
127 Psalms 88:8 They stood afar off and watched. Luke 23:49
128 Psalms 89:26 Messiah will call God His Father. Matthew 11:27
129 Psalms 89:27 Emmanuel to be higher than earthly
Kings. Luke 1:32,33
130 Psalms 89:35-37 David's seed, throne, kingdom endure
forever. Luke 1:32,33
131 Psalms 89:36-37 His character - Faithfulness. Rev. 1:5
132 Psalms 90:2.
(Micah 5:2)
He is from everlasting. John 1:1
133 Psalms 91:11,12 Identified as Messianic, used to tempt
Christ. Luke 4;10,11
134 Psalms 97:9 His exaltation predicted. Acts 1:11;Ephesians
1:20
135 Psalms 100:5 His character - Goodness. Matthew 19:16,17
136 Psalms 102:1-11 The Suffering and Reproach of
Calvary.
John 21:16-30
137 Psalms 102:16 Son of Man comes in Glory. Luke 21:24,
Revelation 12:5-10
138 Psalms 102:25- Messiah is the pre-existent Son. Hebrews 1:10-12
27
139 Psalms 109:4 Prays for His enemies. Luke 23:34
140 Psalms 109:7,8 Another to succeed Judas. Acts 1:16-20
141 Psalms 109:25 Ridiculed. Matthew 27:39
142 Psalms 110:1 Son of David. Matthew 22:43
143 Psalms 110:1 To ascend to the right hand of the
Father.
Mark16:19
144 Psalms 110:1 David's son called Lord. Matthew 22:44,45
145 Psalms 110:4 A Priest after Melchizedek's order. Hebrews 6:20
146 Psalms 112:4 His Character - Compassionate,
Gracious.
Matthew 9;36
147 Psalms
118:17,18. Messiah's Resurrection assured. Luke 24:5-7;
1 Corinthians 15:20
148 Psalms
118:22,23
The rejected stone is Head of the
corner.
Matthew 21:42,43
149 Psalms 118:26a The Blessed One presented to Israel. Matthew 21:9
150 Psalms 118:26b To come while Temple standing. Matthew 21;12-15
151 Psalms 132:11 The Seed of David (The fruit of his
body) Luke 1:32
152 Psalms 138:1-6 The Supremacy of David's seed
amazes kings.
Matthew 2:2-6
153 Psalms 147:3,6 The earthly ministry of Christ
described.
Luke 4:18
154 Psalms 1:23 He will send the Spirit of God. John 16;7
155 Proverbs 8:22-23 The Messiah would be from
everlasting.
John 17:5
156 Proverbs 30:4 Declared to be the Son of God. John 3:13, Romans 1:2-
4, 10:6-9, 2 Peter 1:17
157 Song of Solomon
5:16
The altogether Lovely one. John 1:17
158 Isaiah 2:2-4 Repentance for the Nations. Luke 24:47
159 Isaiah 4:2 Messiah reigning.
160 Isaiah 5:1-6 Son of God's vineyard: a parable of
judgment.
Matthew 21:33-39
161 Isaiah 6:1 When Isaiah saw His glory. John 12:40-41
162 Isaiah 6:9-10 Parables fall on deaf ears. Matthew 13:13-15
163 Isaiah 6:9-12 Blinded to Christ and deaf to His
words.
Acts 28:23-29
164 Isaiah 7:14 To be born of a Virgin. Luke 1:35
165 Isaiah 7:14 To be Emmanuel - God with us. Matthew 1:18-23
166 Isaiah 8:8 Called Emmanuel. Matthew 28:20
167 Isaiah 8:14 A stone of stumbling, a Rock of
offense.
1 Pet. 2:8
168 Isaiah 9:1,2 His ministry to begin in Galilee. Matthew 4:12-17
169 Isaiah 9:6 A child born - Humanity Luke 1:31
170 Isaiah 9:6 A son given - Deity. Luke 1:32; John 1;14; 1
Tim. 3:16
171 Isaiah 9:6 Declared to be the Son of God with
Power.
Romans. 1:3,4
172 Isaiah 9:6 The Wonderful one, Peleh. Luke 4:22
173 Isaiah 9:6 The Counselor, Yaatz. Matthew 13:54
174 Isaiah 9:6 The Mighty God, El Gibor. Matthew 11:20
175 Isaiah 9:6 The Everlasting Father, Avi Adth. John 8:58
176 Isaiah 9:6 The Prince of Peace, Sar Shalom. John . 16:33
177 Isaiah 9:7 To establish an everlasting kingdom. Luke 1:32-33
178 Isaiah 9:7 His Character - Just. John 5:30
179 Isaiah 9:7 No end to his Government, Throne
and Peace.
Luke 1:32-33
180 Isaiah 11:1 Called a Nazarene - the Branch,
Netzer. Matthew 2:23
181 Isaiah 11:1 A rod out of Jesse-Son of Jesse. Luke 3:23,32
182 Isaiah 11:2 The anointed One by the Spirit. Matthew 3;16,17
183 Isaiah 11:2 His Character-Wisdom,
Understanding, et al.
John 4:4-26
184 Isaiah 11:4 His Character-Truth. John 14:6
185 Isaiah 11:10 The Gentiles seek Him. John 12:18-21
186 Isaiah 12:2 Called Yeshua (Jesus) (salvation). Matthew 1:21
187 Isaiah 16:4,5 Reigning in mercy. Luke 1:31-33
188 Isaiah 22:21-25 Peg in a sure place. Revelation 3:7
189 Isaiah 25:8 The Resurrection predicted. 1 Corinthians 15:54
190 Isaiah 26:19 His power of Resurrection predicted. John 11:43,44
191 Isaiah 28:16 The Messiah is the precious corner
stone.
Acts 4:11,12
192 Isaiah 29:13 He indicated hypocritical obedience to
His Word.
Matthew 15:7-9
193 Isaiah 29:14 The wise are confounded by the
Word.
1 Corinthians 1:18-31
194 Isaiah 32:2 A Refuge-A man shall be a hiding
place.
Matthew 23:37
195 Isaiah 33:22 Son of the Highest. Luke 1:32;
1 Timothy 1:17 6:15
196 Isaiah 35:4 He will come and save you. Matthew 1:21
197 Isaiah 35:5 To have a ministry of miracles. Matthew 11:4-6
198 Isaiah 40:3,4 Preceded by forerunner. John 1:23
199 Isaiah 40:9 "Behold your God." John 1:36;19:14
200 Isaiah 40:11 A shepherd-compassionate life-giver. John 10:10-18
201 Isaiah 42:1-4 The Servant-as a faithful, patient
redeemer.
Matthew12:18-21
202 Isaiah 42:2 Meek and lowly. Matthew 11:28-30
203 Isaiah 42:3 He brings hope for the hopeless. John 4
204 Isaiah 42:4 The nations shall wait on His
teachings.
John 12:20-26
205 Isaiah 42:6 The Light (salvation) of the Gentiles. Luke 2:32
206 Isaiah 42:1,6 His is a Worldwide compassion. Matthew 28:19,20
207 Isaiah 42:7 Blind eyes opened. John 9:25-38
208 Isaiah 42:13-25 Messiah’s actions at His second
coming
Revelation 19
209 Isaiah 43:11 He is the only Savior. Acts 4:12
210 Isaiah 44:3 He will send the Spirit of God. John 16:7,13
211 Isaiah 45:23. He will be the Judge. John 5:22;Romans.
14:11
212 Isaiah 48:12 The First and the Last. John 1:30;Rev. 1:8,17
213 Isaiah 48:17 He came as a Teacher. John 3:2
214 Isaiah 49:1 Called from the womb-His humanity. Matthew 1:18
215 Isaiah 49:5 A Servant from the womb. Luke 1:31;Phil. 2:7
216 Isaiah 49:6 He is Salvation for Israel. Luke 2:29-32
217 Isaiah 49:6 He is the Light of the Gentiles. Acts 13:47
218 Isaiah 49:6 He is Salvation unto the ends of the
earth.
Acts 15:7-18
219 Isaiah 49:7 He is despised of the Nation. John 8:48-49
220 Isaiah 50:3 Heaven is clothed in black at His
humiliation. Luke 23:44,45
221 Isaiah 50:4 He is a learned counselor for the
weary.
Matthew 11:28,29
222 Isaiah 50:5 The Servant bound willingly to
obedience.
Matthew 26:39
223 Isaiah 50:6a "I gave my back to the smite's." Matthew 27:26
224 Isaiah 50:6b He was smitten on the cheeks. Matthew 26:67
225 Isaiah 50:6c He was spat upon. Matthew 27:30
226 Isaiah 52:4-5 Suffered vicariously. Mark 15:3,4,27,28; Luke
23:1-25,32-34
227 Isaiah 52:7 To publish good tidings of peace. Luke 4:14,15
228 Isaiah 52:13 The Servant exalted. Acts 1:8-11;
Ephesians 1:19-22
229 Isaiah 52:13 Behold, My Servant. Matthew 17:5; Phil. 2:5-
8
230 Isaiah 52:14 The Servant shockingly abused. Luke 18:31-34;
Matthew 26:67,68
231 Isaiah 52:15 Nations startled by message of the
Servant.
Romans. 15:18-21v
232 Isaiah 52:15 His blood shed to make atonement
for all..
Rev. 1:5
233 Isaiah 53:1 His people would not believe Him. John 12:37-38
234 Isaiah 53:2a He would grow up in a poor family. Luke 2:7
235 Isaiah 53:2b Appearance of an ordinary man. Phil. 2:7-8
236 Isaiah 53:3a Despised. Luke 4:28-29v
237 Isaiah 53:3b Rejected. Matthew 27:21-23
238 Isaiah 53:3c Great sorrow and grief. Luke 19:41-42
239 Isaiah 53:3d Men hide from being associated with
Him.
Mark 14:50-52
240 Isaiah 53:4a He would have a healing ministry. Luke 6:17-19
241 Isaiah 53:4b He would bear the sins of the world. 1 Pet. 2:24
242 Isaiah 53:4c Thought to be cursed by God. Matthew 27:41-43
243 Isaiah 53:5a Bears penalty for mankind's
transgressions.
Luke 23:33
244 Isaiah 53:5b His sacrifice would provide peace
between man and God. Col. 1:20
245 Isaiah 53:5c His back would be whipped. Matthew 27:26
246 Isaiah 53:6a He would be the sin-bearer for all
mankind.
Galatians 1:4
247 Isaiah 53:6b God's will that He bear sin for all
mankind.
1 John 4:10
248 Isaiah 53:7a. Oppressed and afflicted. Matthew 27:27-31
249 Isaiah 53:7b Silent before his accusers. Matthew 27:12-14
250 Isaiah 53:7c Sacrificial lamb. John 1:29
251 Isaiah 53:8a Confined and persecuted. Matthew 26:47-27:31
252 Isaiah 53:8b He would be judged. John 18:13-22
253 Isaiah 53:8c Killed. Matthew 27:35
254 Isaiah 53:8d Dies for the sins of the world. 1 John 2:2
255 Isaiah 53:9a Buried in a rich man's grave. Matthew 27:57
256 Isaiah 53:9b Innocent and had done no violence. Mark 15:3
257 Isaiah 53:9c No deceit in his mouth. John 18:38
258 Isaiah 53:10a God's will that He die for mankind. John 18:11
259 Isaiah 53:10b An offering for sin. Matthew 20:28
260 Isaiah 53:10c Resurrected and live forever. Mark 16:16
261 Isaiah 53:10d He would prosper. John 17:1-5
262 Isaiah 53:11a God fully satisfied with His suffering. John 12:27
263 Isaiah 53:11b God's servant. Romans. 5:18-19
264 Isaiah 53:11c He would justify man before God. Romans. 5:8-9
265 Isaiah 53:11d The sin-bearer for all mankind. Hebrews 9:28
266 Isaiah 53:12a Exalted by God because of his
sacrifice.
Matthew 28:18
267 Isaiah 53:12b He would give up his life to save
mankind.
Luke 23:46
268 Isaiah 53:12c Grouped with criminals. Luke 23:32
269 Isaiah 53:12d Sin-bearer for all mankind. 2 Corinthians 5:21
270 Isaiah 53:12e Intercede to God in behalf of
mankind.
Luke 23:34
271 Isaiah 55:1 Every one come who is thirsty. New Testament
272 Isaiah 55:3 Resurrected by God. Acts 13:34
273 Isaiah 55:4 A witness. John 18:37
274 Isaiah 55:5 Foreign nations come to God. Acts
275 Isaiah 59:15-16a He would come to provide salvation. John 6:40
276 Isaiah 59:15-16b Intercessor between man and God. Matthew 10:32
277 Isaiah 59:20 He would come to Zion as their
Redeemer.
Luke 2:38
278 Isaiah 60:1-3 Nations walk in the light. Luke 2:32
279 Isaiah 61:1-2a The Spirit of God upon him. Matthew 3:16-17
280 Isaiah 61:1-2b The Messiah would preach the good
news. Luke 4:17-21
281 Isaiah 61:1-2c Provide freedom from the bondage of
sin and death. John 8:31-32
282 Isaiah 61:1-2 Proclaim a period of grace. John 5:24
283 Isaiah 62:1-2 Called by an new name. Luke 2:32, Revelation
3:12
284 Isaiah 62:11 Thy King Cometh, Entered Jerusalem
on Colt.
Matthew 21:7
285 Isaiah 63:1-3 A vesture dipped in blood. Revelation 19:13
286 Isaiah 63:8,9 Afflicted with the afflicted. Matthew 25:34-40
287 Isaiah 65:9 The elect shall inherit. Romans 11 5-7,
Hebrews 7:14,
Revelation 5:5
288 Isaiah 65:17-25 New heaven/New Earth. 2 Peter 3:13,
Revelation 21:1
289 Isaiah 66:18-19 All nations come to God. New Testament
290 Jeremiah 23:5-6a Descendant of David. Luke 3:23-31
291 Jeremiah 23:5-6b The Messiah would be God. John 13:13
292 Jeremiah 23:5-6c The Messiah would be both God and
Man.
1 Tim. 3:16
293 Jeremiah 30:9 Born a King. John 18:37, Revelation
1:5
294 Jeremiah 31:15 Massacre of infants. Matthew 2:16-18
295 Jeremiah 31:22 Born of a virgin. Matthew 1:18-20
296 Jeremiah 31:31 The Messiah would be the new
covenant.
Matthew 26:28
297 Jeremiah 33:14-
15
Descendant of David. Luke 3:23-31
298 Ezekiel 17:22-24 Descendant of David. Luke 3:23-31
299 Ezekiel 21:26,27 The humble exalted. Luke 1:52
300 Ezekiel 34:23-24 Descendant of David. Matthew 1:1
301 Daniel 2:34-35 Stone cut without hands. Acts 4:10-12
302 Daniel 2:44,45 His Kingdom Triumphant. Luke 1:33, 1 Corinthians
15:24, Revelation 11:15
303 Daniel 7:13-14a He would ascend into heaven. Acts 1:9-11
304 Daniel 7:13-14b Highly exalted. Ephesians 1:20-22
305 Daniel 7:13-14c His dominion would be everlasting. Luke 1:31-33
306 Daniel 7:27 Kingdom for the Saints. Luke 1:33, 1 Corinthians
15:24, Revelation 11:15
307 Daniel 9:24a To make an end to sins. Galatians 1:3-5
308 Daniel 9:24b He would be holy. Luke 1:35
309 Daniel 9:25
Announced to his people 483 years,
to the exact day, after the decree to
rebuild the city of Jerusalem.
John 12:12-13
310 Daniel 9:26a Killed. Matthew 27:35
311 Daniel 9:26b Die for the sins of the world. Hebrews 2:9
312 Daniel 9:26c Killed before the destruction of the
temple.
Matthew 27:50-51
313 Daniel 10:5-6 Messiah in a glorified state. Rev. 1:13-16
314 Hosea 3:5 Israel restored. John 18:37, Romans
11:25-27
315 Hosea 11:1,
Numbers 24:8
Flight to Egypt. Matthew 2:14
316 Hosea 13:14 He would defeat death. 1 Corinthians 15:55-57
317 Joel 2:28-32 Promise of the Spirit. Acts 2:17-21,
Romans 10:13
318 Joel 2:32 Offer salvation to all mankind. Romans. 10:12-13
319 Micah 2:12-13 Israel Regathered. John 10:14,26
320 Micah 4:1-8 The Kingdom established - place of
Birth Bethlehem.
Luke 1:33, Matthew 2:1,
Luke 2:4,10,11
321 Micah 5:2a Born in Bethlehem. Matthew 2:1-2
322 Micah 5:2b God's servant. John 15:10
323 Micah 5:2c ...from everlasting... John 8:58
324 Haggai 2:6-9 He would visit the second Temple. Luke 2:27-32
325 Haggai 2:23 Descendant of Zerubbabel. Luke 3:23-27
326 Joel 2:28-32 Promise of the Spirit. Acts 2:17-21,
Romans 10:13
327 Amos 8:9 The Sun Darkened. Matthew 24:29, Acts
2:20, Revelation 6:12
328 Amos 9:11-12 Restoration of tabernacle. .Acts 14:16-18
329 Habakkuk 2:14 Earth filled with knowledge of the
glory of the Lord.
Romans 11:26,
Revelation 21:23-26
330 Zechariah 2:10-
13
The Lamb on the Throne. Revelation 5:13, 6:9,
21:24
331 Zechariah 3:8 God's servant. John 17:4
332 Zechariah 6:12-
13
Priest and King. Hebrews 8:1
333 Zechariah 9:9a Greeted with rejoicing in Jerusalem. Matthew 21:8-10
334 Zechariah 9:9b Beheld as King. John 12:12-13
335 Zechariah 9:9c The Messiah would be just. John 5:30
336 Zechariah 9:9d The Messiah would bring salvation. Luke 19:10
337 Zechariah 9:9e The Messiah would be humble. Matthew 11:29
338 Zechariah 9:9f Presented to Jerusalem riding on a
donkey.
Matthew 21:6-9
339 Zechariah 10:4 The cornerstone. Ephesians 2:20
340 Zechariah 11:4-
6a
At His coming, Israel to have unfit
leaders. Matthew 23:1-4
341 Zechariah 11:4-
6b
Rejection causes God to remove His
protection.
Luke 19:41-44
342 Zechariah 11:4-
6c
Rejected in favor of another king. John 19:13-15
343 Zechariah 11:7 Ministry to "poor," the believing
remnant.
Matthew 9:35-36
344 Zechariah 11:8a Unbelief forces Messiah to reject Matthew 23:33
them.
345 Zechariah 11:8b Despised. Matthew 27:20
346 Zechariah 11:9 Stops ministering to the those who
rejected Him.
Matthew 13:10-11
347 Zechariah 11:10-
11a
Rejection causes God to remove
protection...
Luke 19:41-44
348 Zechariah 11:10-
11b
The Messiah would be God. John 14:7
349 Zechariah 11:12-
13a
Betrayed for thirty pieces of silver. Matthew 26:14-15
350 Zechariah 11:12-
13b
Rejected. Matthew 26:14-15
351 Zechariah 11:12-
13c
Thirty pieces of silver thrown into the
house of the Lord. Matthew 27:3-5
352 Zechariah 11:12-
13d
The Messiah would be God. John 12:45
353 Zechariah 12:10a The Messiah's body would be
pierced.
John 19:34-37
354 Zechariah 12:10b The Messiah would be both God and
man.
John 10:30
355 Zechariah 12:10c The Messiah would be rejected. John 1:11
356 Zechariah 13:7a God's will He die for mankind. John 18:11
357 Zechariah 13:7b A violent death. Matthew 27:35
358 Zechariah 13:7c Both God and man. John 14:9
359 Zechariah 13:7d Israel scattered as a result of
rejecting Him. Matthew 26:31-56
360 Malachi 3:1a Messenger to prepare the way for
Messiah. Matthew 11:10
361 Malachi 3:1b Sudden appearance at the temple. Mark 11:15-16
362 Malachi 3:1c Messenger of the new covenant. Luke 4:43
363 Malachi 3:3 Our Sins Are Purged.
Luke 1:78, John 1:9;
12:46, 2 Peter 1:19,
Revelation 2:28; 19:11-
16; 22:16
364 Malachi 4:5 Forerunner in the spirit of Elijah. Matthew 3:1-2
365 Malachi 4:6 Forerunner would turn many to
righteousness. Luke 1:16-17
The Old Testament contains numerous prophecies written over 2,500 years ago. Every one of
these prophecies was fulfilled in the life of Yeshua (Jesus) approximately 2,000 years ago.
Even more prophecies concerning the Second Coming of the messiah remained unfulfilled,
but the promise of Yeshua (Jesus) is that they will be fulfilled in this generation.

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