Messianic Prophecy: 400+ Reliable and not Exaustive List (Part 1:2)
Christian Recognized Prophecies
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Torah Section, Five Books of Moses (1-21)
# OC ref NC ref Summary of Prophecy
1 Gen 1:3 John 3:19-20; 1 John 3:8 Light from God.
2 Gen 3:15a Luke 1:35 and John 12:31 Enmity between “Thy seed and her seed.” - Women have ovum, not seed as males, therefore this is a miraculous birth.
3 Gen 3:15b John 12:31-33 Heb 2:14-15; Rev 12:10, 20:1-3 Messiah’s heels bruise the serpent’s head. The serpent retaliates, but is hurled down from power.
4 Gen 9:26 Gal 3:8 Descendant of Shem – “blessed be the God of Shem.”
5 Gen 12:3 Luke 24:47; Gal 3:16 Descendant of Abraham - “By you all the nations of the earth (the Gentiles, non-Jews) will be blessed.”
6 Gen 12:7 John 1:29b-30; Acts 3:25-26; Rom 4:9; Gal 3:14 The blessing will come “in your seed.” - Seed refers to refers to Messiah, as promised in (Gen 3:15). Seed also identifies him as a descendant of Abraham This is the blessing, to restore right relationship with God.
7 Gen 22:8 Luke 23:33; John 1:29a Messiah is like a sacrificial lamb - “God will provide himself a lamb.”
8 Gen 22:14 Gal 3:14 Mount Moriah is where Abraham offered Issac and where Solomon’s Temple is located (2 Chr 3:1). On the same Saddle Mountain, Golgotha is the peak of Mountain Range. As a person ascends to Moriah, one could keep going higher and will reach Golgotha. Parallel events of sacrifice to God are seen on the same mountain range, outside the city gate (Heb 13:11-13).
9 Gen 22:18 Matt 1:1-2; Luke 3:34; Gal 3:16 The promised “seed” in which all nations will be blessed comes through Abraham.
10 Gen 49:10a Matt 1:2; Luke 3:33 King Messiah is a descendant of Judah.
11 Gen 49:10b John 18:31 When Messiah comes, then Judah will lose power and leadership, represented by the scepter.
12 Ex 12:46 John 19:32-33, 19:36; 1 Cor 10:3-4 None of Messiah’s bones would be broken parallel to the Passover lamb. (See also Ps 22:17a, 22:14b-c, 34:19-20).
13 Ex 17:6 1 Cor 10:4 “The Rock” explained by the NC passage is not directly a prophecy but a manifestation of Messiah.
14 Lev 14:2-3 (Ch 13-14) Matt 11:5; Mark 1:40-44; Luke 5:12-14, 17:12-14 (11-19) Only God can heal leprosy; really this is not Hansen’s disease but a divine-origin disease called tzara'at in Hebrew. Only God can afflict and only God can remove. Messiah has the authority of God to preform healing works that only God alone can accomplish such as healing disabilities. Examples: God applies the disease at will: (Ex 4:5-8; Num 12:10, 2 Kings 5:27); God only can heal the disease as He wills (Num 12:13-15; 2 Kings 5:1-8,5:14-15).
15 Num 21:9 John 3:14 (3:14-18), 12:32-34; Acts 3:26 The one providing atonement is lifted up on a stake to restore healing to man.
16 Num 24:17 Matt 2:1-2; Luke 1:30-33 Star out of Jacob. Star and Scepter (Gen 49:10) together identify royal leadership.
17 Num 24:17-18 Rev 22:16 Kingdom reign was first fulfilled by King David against Edom and Moab. Reference to the (Gen 49:10) scepter is finally fulfilled in the Messiah’s kingdom.
18 Deut 18:15 2 Sam 8:2, 8:14; Luke 4:23-24, 4:32 (4:16-32); 1 Cor 15:25 Moses prophecies God will raise up a prophet like himself among the people of Israel.
19 Deut 18:17-19 Matt 9:8 (9:1-8); John 7:40, 12:48-50; Acts 3:19-26, 7:37; 1 Peter 2:24 God confirms His intention to raise up a Prophet like Moses, and put His words the mouth of His Prophet.
20 Deut 18:19 Matt 8:4-7, 12:28, 12:30-32, 12:36-37 (12:22-37); John 8:23-29 Whoever does not honor the words of the Prophet will give an account to God. The prophet’s words are equal authority to God’s words.
21 Deut 21:22-23 John 19:31; Gal 3:13 Messiah is cursed on our behalf, hanged on a stake, (See also Is 53:5).
Books of History (22-29)
# OC ref NC ref Summary of Prophecy
22 Ruth 4:12-17 Gal 3:13 Descendent of Boaz and Ruth, who are the great grandparents of King David.
23 2 Sam 7:12-13 Matt 1:1, 1:6, 1:12; Luke 3:31 “Messiah is descendent of David without a curse – Matthew is Joseph’s Genealogy and Luke is Mary’s genealogy. The significance is in Joseph’s lineage, a man named Jeconiah (Matt 1:12). God cursed Jeconiah (Jer 22:24) who is also called Coniah (1 Chr 3:16-17). The curse states that no descendant of his will ever sit on the throne of David, “For no man of his descendants will prosper sitting on the throne of David or ruling again in Judah (Jer 22:30; 1 Chr 17:11-14)”. Messiah is of the “seed of woman” (Gen 3:15) and therefore not under the curse found in Joseph’s line, though Joseph is an upright man who was redeemed in likeness of the tribe of Levi being redeemed from the “curse” on their tribe’s origin (Gen 49:5-7; Deut 33:8-11).
24 2 Sam 7:16b 1 Chr 17:11-14; Luke 1:32-33 Messiah, as a descendant of David, establishes an everlasting throne for the house of David.
25 2 Sam 7:13-14 1 Chr 17:11-14; Luke 1:31-35 Messiah is the son of God. His throne is established forever. (Messiah is the son of God. (See also 1 Chr 17:13-15; Ps 2:7).
26 2 Sam 22:50 Rom 15:9 Messiah is praised among the nations
27 1 Chr 5:2 Luke 3:33 Messiah is a descendant of Judah.
28 1 Chr 17:11-12 Luke 1:32-33; Heb 1:5-8 Messiah, as a descendant of David, establishes an everlasting throne for the house of David.
29 1 Chr 17:13-15 Luke 1:33; Heb 1:5-8 Messiah is the son of God. (See also 2 Sam 7:12-14a; Ps 2:7).
Psalms Praises (30-137)
# OC ref NC ref Summary of Prophecy
30 Ps 2:1-2 Acts 2:23, 4:25-28 Messiah rejected by the Gentiles.
31 Ps 2:2 Acts 2:27b-28 To possess the title of “Anointed One,” literally Mashiach—“Messiah”.
32 Ps 2:6-7 (+12) John 3:36, 5:43 (context John 5:14-47) Combined with (Ps 2:6-7, 12), this Son is the King whom God installs in Zion and who has a special unique relationship to God. His wrath is not something to be desired. (See also Prov 30:4c).
33 Ps 2:6 Heb 12:22, 12:28 King Messiah rules from mount Zion.
34 Ps 2:6 Matt 2:2; John 18:37 Messiah is a King.
35 Ps 2:7b Luke 1:35; John 10:36; Acts 13:30-33 Messiah is the son of God. (See also 2 Sam 7:12-14a; 1 Chr 17:13-15).
36 Ps 2:8 John 17:4-10 (Context 17:4-24); Acts 13:46-49 Messiah will ask God for His inheritance, the nations of the world.
37 Ps 2:8b Matt 28:18 Messiah is given authority over all nations.
38 Ps 2:12a Matthew 17:5; John 3:36 “Kiss the Son” shows God has a Son deserving honor.
39 Ps 2:12 (+6-7) John 3:36, 5:43 (context John 5:14-47) Combined with (Ps 2:6-7, 12), this Son is the King whom God installs in Zion and who has a special unique relationship to God. His wrath is not something to be desired. (See also Prov 30:4c).
40 Ps 8:2a Matt 21:15-16 Infants give strength / praise to Messiah.
41 Ps 8:5-6 Acts 2:23-24, 3:17-18; 1 Cor 15:20-27; Phil 2:7-9 His humiliation and exaltation is foretold.
42 Ps 8:5b-6 Matt 28:18; 1 Cor 15:27; Heb 2:8-9 Messiah is given authority over all things.
43 Ps 16:10 Mark 16:6-7; Acts 2:24, 3:17-18, 13:35-37 The Messiah’s body will not be subject to decay as the dead in Sheol are. Messiah will be resurrected. (Combined with Ps 30:3, 49:15, 118:17-18).
44 Ps 22:1 (Ref to Ch 22) Matt 27:46 When Jesus quotes the first line, this is traditional Jewish method of making reference to the entire passage, by quoting the first few lines. Because people memorized the Bible back then, the entire passage and context was brought to memory. This is probably why the Rabbis said that Jesus is calling to Elijah (misdirection) and not quoting Psalm 22:1, because the entire Psalm speaks of this moment. They could see Jesus’ intention for people to compare the Psalm with his current execution.
45 Ps 22:1a Matt 27:46 Messiah will cry out to God, “My God! My God! Why have you abandoned me? Why so far from helping me, so far from my anguished cries?”
46 Ps 22:1b Mark 15:34 Messiah is forsaken by God. (See also Is 53:4b). (Consider “sent out and divorced” in Gen 3:23-24a).
47 Ps 22:6b Luke 23:21-25 Messiah is despised. (See also Is 53:3a).
48 Ps 22:7 Matt 27:39-40 Messiah is mocked by people shaking their heads.
49 Ps 22:8 Matt 27:43 Mockers will say of the Messiah, “he trusted God, let Him deliver him.”
50 Ps 22:9-10 Matt 1:20-21 Messiah is dedicated to God’s work from the womb.
51 Ps 22:11b Matt 26:56 Messiah is abandoned by the disciples.
52 Ps 22:14a John 19:34 “Poured out like water” Combined context refers to piercing (Ps 22:16) causing internal fluids to pour out (Ps 22:14). Could also reference the “pouring out” of a drink offering. Only during the Great Hossanah feast, on the 7th day of Sukkot, is both water and wine poured out together before God. (See notes on Is 55:1-2).
53 Ps 22:14b Luke 23:33 Bones are out of joint. When being lifted up to die, hanging by hands and feet will easily disjoint the bones, especially as he pulls upward to breathe placing extra stress on joints to sustain some life. (See also Ps 22:17a, 34:20).
54 Ps 22:14c John 19:33-34 Messiah’s heart melts like wax. The blood and water running out of the pierced side align with a disorder called “pericardial effusion”. Stress on the heart causing edema (swelling fluids) in the outer sac of the heart muscle. By going upward from the side with a spear, up to 2 liters of water could pour out along with the blood when the heart was pierced. (See also Ps 22:17a).
55 Ps 22:15b Matt 27:48; John 19:28-29 Messiah will thirst. (See also Ps 69:21a-b).
56 Ps 22:16a Matt 27:38 Messiah is surrounded by Gentiles “dogs” at his crucifixion. “Dog” is a derogatory term for non-Jews, Gentiles. New Covenant example of metaphor (Matt 15:21-27).
57 Ps 22:16b Matt 27:41-43 Messiah is surrounded by enemies at his death.
58 Ps 22:16c Luke 23:33, 24:39 Messiah’s hands and feet are pierced.
59 Ps 22:17a John 19:34, 19:36 The ability to count all bones implies no divided or broken bones, therefore none of his bones are broken (Ps 34:21), just as the passover lamb (Ex 12:46). (See also Ps 22:14b-c, 34:19-20).
60 Ps 22:17b Luke 23:35a; John 19:20 People will stare and witness Messiah during his death including piercing. Note: In the future, the people of Israel will look upon this same person, “whom they have pierced” (Zech 12:10).
61 Ps 22:18 Matt 27:35; John 19:23-24 The Messiah’s garments are divided; lots are divided; lots are cast for his clothes.
62 Ps 22:22 John 15:15; Heb 2:11-12 Messiah calls these believers, or those who do the Father’s will, brethren or brothers.
63 Ps 22:27-28 Rev 7:9-10 All nations and peoples of the earth will recall, worship, and serve Yahweh. The Messiah is implied by subject and topic of the chapter and (Ps 2:8) inheritance of the nations.
64 Ps 23:1 John 10:11, 10:14-15 Good Shepherd’s characteristics.
65 Ps 27:12 Mark 14:55-59 The Messiah is accused by false witnesses.
66 Ps 27:12-13 Matt 27:42-43 Messiah trusts Yahweh to maintain faithfulness that he will continue to live and not die under false accusations.
67 Ps 30:3 Luke 24:38-39, 24:46; Acts 13:34-37 The Messiah’s body will not be subject to decay. Messiah will be Resurrected. (Combined with Ps 16:10a, 49:15, 118:17-18).
68 Ps 31:5 Luke 23:46 Messiah says “into thy hands I commend my spirit.”
69 Ps 34:19-20 Rom 8:10-11; Heb 4:15-16 In the context of Messiah’s death, because of his righteousness, God protects him from complete disaster. Consider the parallel, the Passover lamb’s bones are not broken either (Ex 12:46). Note: It is profitable to notice two other prophecies concerning His bones which undoubtedly had an exact fulfillment, although such is not stated in Scripture in so many words. We draw our conclusions from honest inference. (1) Psalm 22:14 “All my bones are out of joint.” Hanging on the cross by the hands and feet will easily disjoint the bones, especially when we remember that the body was fixed to the frame while lying on the ground. (2) Psalm 22:17a “I can count all of my bones.” He was left hanging on the cross naked (John 19:23) and all His bones could thus easily be seen. The extension of the body and the wasting pangs of crucifixion will make the bones more prominent than usual.
70 Ps 34:20 John 19:32-33, 19:36 None of Messiah’s bones would be broken parallel to the Passover lamb (Ex 12:46). (See also Ps 22:17a, 22:14b-c).
71 Ps 35:11 Mark 14:55-57 False witnesses come forward. (See also Is 53:7b).
72 Ps 38:14 Matt 27:14 Messiah will be silent before his accusers.
73 Ps 40:6-8 John 15:12; Heb 10:5-9 Messiah establishes that obedience is more desired to God than sacrifice.
74 Ps 40:7 (context 40:6-10) Luke 24:44; John 5:39; Heb 10:5-9 Messiah will say the scriptures were written of him.
75 Ps 40:7-8 (context: 40:6-10) John 5:30 Messiah comes to do God’s will.
76 Ps 40:9-10 Luke 4:16-21 Messiah will not conceal his mission from the congregation.
77 Ps 41:9 Mark 14:17-20; John 13:18-27 The Messiah’s betrayer is a friend whom he breaks bread with. Consider more details about this betrayal: sold for 30 pieces of silver (Ex 21:32; Zech 11:12; Matt 26:15); the money is thrown down in God’s house (Zech 11:13b; Matt 27:5a); the price used to buy potter’s field for strangers’ burial graves (Zech 11:13b; Matt 27:7). (See also Ps 55:12-14; Zech 11:12-13a).
78 Ps 45:2 Luke 4:22 Messiah speaks with gracious words.
79 Ps 45:6a Col 1:15; Heb 1:8-9 Messiah is referred to as God.
80 Ps 45:6-7 Luke 1:33; Heb 1:8 The Messiah’s throne is everlasting.
81 Ps 45:7 Luke 5:31-32; John 5:30 Messiah will act with righteousness.
82 Ps 49:15 Mark 16:6-7; Acts 2:24 The Messiah’s body will not be subject to decay as the dead in Sheol are. Messiah will be resurrected. (Combined with Ps 16:10a, 30:3, 118:17-18).
83 Ps 55:12-14 Matt 26:48-50 Messiah is betrayed by a close friend. (See also Ps 41:9; Zech 11:12-13a).
84 Ps 68:18a Acts 1:9-11 Messiah will ascend into heaven.
85 Ps 68:18b Luke 12:31-34; John 14:25-27, 15:7-8; Eph 4:7-11 Messiah will distribute gifts to humanity, both those under his rein and those rebellious his rule establishing a dwelling for God.
86 Ps 69:4a John 15:24-25 Hated without a cause.
87 Ps 69:4b Rom 4:25, 5:18-19 “Accused by false accusations by many enemies. “I am forced to restore what I did not steal.” Consider the parallel and contrast in (Is 53:5-6) “he was afflicted for our crimes.” (See also Is 49:7).”
88 Ps 69:7 Matt 26:65-67; John 5:17-23 Messiah will bear reproach, for God’s sake.
89 Ps 69:7, 9 Mark 14:57-58, 14:64-65 Zeal for God’s reputation and house causes reproach against him.
90 Ps 69:8 John 1:11 Rejected by the Jews.
91 Ps 69:8b Mark 3:21; John 7:3-5 Messiah is refused to be associated with even by his own siblings, children of the same mother.
92 Ps 69:9 John 2:13-17 Messiah is angered by disrespect toward the temple because of his zeal for the house of Adonai.
93 Ps 69:20a Matt 26:38, 40 Messiah bears shame and seeks comforting thru companions but finds no one.
94 Ps 69:20 Mark 14:33-41 The Messiah’s disciples will fail him in his time of need.
95 Ps 69:21a Matt 27:34; John 19:29 “Messiah has gall offered him as food. Gall is a medicinal poison; poisons have a bitter taste and acids, like vinegar, have a sour taste. This mixture has various English simile terms: poisoned water, mixed drink with serpent poison, drinking viper’s poison (Deut 32:32-33; Jer 9:15, 23:15). Gall is a mixture of liver or gallbladder digestive juice, called bile, possibly mixed with poppy seed opium or wormwood. Gall would be offered to a person as an end to pain, cure illness, or overdosing to kill. Ingesting opium, wormwood, or bile is like taking very bitter medicine. Therefore descriptions of eating and drinking the substances are metaphors for very bitter experiences. (See also Ps 22:15b).
96 Ps 69:21b Matt 27:34, 27:48; Mark 15:23 Messiah will thirst and be given vinegar / sour wine to drink. Vinegar is an acid and constricts the throat. Vinegar was used for digestive medicine or possibly to suffocate or lower the vocalizations of victims. If myrrh was added to the sour wine vinegar, the purpose is to act as a pain duller, easing the victim’s sense of pain. Myrrh then is used like morphine is today. (See also Ps 22:15b).
97 Ps 69:25a Acts 1:16-20 The final resting place and family of the companion betrayer will be desolate and uninhabited. This Potter’s Field was used for the burial of foreigners without names.
98 Ps 72 entire chapter Dan 7:27 The Targum (Judaism’s commentary on Psalms composed by Third Century AD) treats all of Psalm chapter 72 as Messianic.
99 Ps 72:1b John 1:14; Heb 4:15-16, 9:15 “Your Righteousness” refers to the fullness of the seven fold Spirit of God (Is 11:1-2) and the perfection of graces and virtues without measure, “full of grace and truth” (John 1:14). This qualifies Messiah to be Mediator and Righteous Judge. (Is 11:2; Is 53:11).
100 Ps 72:1c Matt 1:1 Messiah’s name: “Son of David the King”.
101 Ps 72:2 Matt 28:18; John 5:22, 5:30 “Right Judgments” refers not to specific Torah Commands already given, but the whole power and authority of his role as King. This explains why the following verses describe how the Messiah rules.
102 Ps 72:2-7 John 5:22-24 Messiah’s Kingdom subjects possess protection, deliverance, and salvation by Him, and all spiritual blessings in His Kingship (Is 32:17-18; Jer 33:15-16). This evidence shows He is the promised seed (Gen 12:7, 22:18; Gal 3:16), in whom all nations should be blessed (Ps 72:17).
103 Ps 72:5 Rev 21:22-24 Messiah’s kingdom endures as long as sun and moon, “throughout all generations.”
104 Ps 72:6 Acts 3:19 Messiah’s authority is like refreshing gentle rains on “cut grass,” that is parched, cracked ground.
105 Ps 72:7b Rev 21:4, 21:27, 22:3, 22:14 Messiah’s Kingdom is characterized by enduring peace.
106 Ps 72:8 Rev 17:14-15 Messiah’s kingdom covers the entire world, both Jewish and Gentile nations (see parallel in Zech 9:10). Note: This specific detail (Ps 72:8) cannot refer to Solomon, because his kingdom reached to the Philistine land and the border of Egypt (1 Kings 4:21). When applied to Solomon, it could refer to the land God cut out for Israel described in (Ex 23:31), from the Indian Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea, and the Euphrates River to the desert land.
107 Ps 72:9 Luke 2:8-15; John 10:16 Worshiped by “desert nomads” also called Shepherds, (this rendering is debated by Scholars). Could also be Gentile nations living in the surrounding desert lands. Could be Gentiles in general living in a figurative wilderness born outside God’s covenant then coming into the covenant.
108 Ps 72:10 Matt 2:1b, 2:11 Presented with tribute and gifts from foreign kings. Being interpreted as pertaining to the magi [king makers] “from the east” (Matt 2:1). (See also Ps 72:15; Is 60:3, 60:6).
109 Ps 72:11 Rev 21:24 All Nations and all kings will serve King Messiah willingly (as see in Is 2:2-3).
110 Ps 72:12-13 Matt 1:21b, 9:2-8; Luke 18:35-43; Eph 1:7 Messiah serves the poor and needy who cannot repay in kind. This could reference a literal or spiritual condition or both.
111 Ps 72:14-15 John 14:13-17; Acts 1:6-8; Rom 8:26-27; Eph 5:20; Phil 2:10-11; Rev 19:11-16 This can be interpreted two ways. 1) Messiah prays for those who he has redeemed as Intercessor and Redeemer, or those redeemed will pray for the prosperity of their Redeemer. 2) Messiah redeems from violence. Spiritually referring to sin separating humans from God. Physically referring to Messiah as military leader and political redemption. Both are reason for humans to “continually bless him”. (Consider also in association with Ps 72:10; Is 60:3, 60:6).
112 Ps 72:16 John 12:24, 15:16; Heb 13:12 Corn referring to the kernel seed that starts small and grows to multiple abundance as the grass, likewise are Messiah and his disciples multiplying (according to R. Obadiah Gaon). Growing outside the city, in the land beyond borders, referencing a mixed group of Jew and non-Jew. By comparing this crop to “Lebanon,” it describes the quality of the produce grown.
113 Ps 72:16b Luke 24:47; Acts 1:8 This field must be outside the city walls, Talmud states the city referred to is Jerusalem because God cares for her specifically. Therefore the disciples growth and multiplication requires being sown outside Jerusalem among the nations (Bab. Talmud: Kethuboth Folio 111b ref. 29).
114 Ps 72:17a Acts 9:15; Heb 4:3b; 1 Peter 1:20; Rev 13:8b Messiah’s name endures forever. His name is linked to his actions, the Good News of God’s Redemption (Acts 9:15). Talmud: Nedarim 39b, Pesachim 54a: “Seven things were created before the creation of the world” 1. Torah (Prov 8:22) 2. Repentance (Ps 90:2-3) 3. Garden of Eden Paradise (Gen 2:8) 4. Gehinnom Lake of Fire (Is 30:33) 5. The Throne of Glory (Ps 93:2) 6. The Tabernacle Temple (Jer 17:12) and 7. The Messiah’s name (Ps 72:17).
115 Ps 72:17b Eph 1:3 In the Messiah all nations will be blessed. This adds to defining the prophecy to Abraham in (Gen 22:18). All nations will call King Messiah blessed.
116 Ps 78:2 Matt 13:34-35 The Messiah will speak in parables.
117 Ps 80:15, 17 Matt 26:63-64; Acts 5:31 Messiah is called the “stock planted” by God, God’s son, and the Son of Man and seated at the right hand of God. Jewish Targum refers to “Son of my Right Hand” as King Messiah.
118 Ps 89:3-4 Matt 1:1; Rom 1:3 Messiah is descended from King David.
119 Ps 89:29 Luke 1:32-33; Rev 11:15 Messiah establishes his eternal throne dynasty.
120 Ps 89:51 Matt 9:34, 12:24 Messiah mocked and taunted.
121 Ps 90:2 Col 1:15-17 Messiah is eternal.
122 Ps 102:1-11 Mark 15:37 (context whole chapter); John 19:30b (context 19:16-30 The suffering and reproach of Calvary (describes Ps 22).
123 Ps 102:25-27a John 1:1-3; Heb 1:8-12 Messiah is creator of all. He is eternal and remains constant.
124 Ps 109:4 Matt 23:37; Luke 23:34 Messiah will pray for his enemies.
125 Ps 109:8a Matt 27:3-5; Acts 1:15-18 The Messiah’s betrayer will have a short life.
126 Ps 109:8b Acts 1:20-26 The Messiah’s betrayer is replaced by another.
127 Ps 109:25 Mark 15:29-30 Messiah is mocked by people shaking their heads.
128 Ps 110:1a Luke 20:41-44 Messiah is called adon [Lord].
129 Ps 110:1 Matt 26:64; Mark 16:19; Acts 2:33; Rom 8:34; Col 3:1; Heb 1:3, 1:13, 8:1-2, 10:12; 1 Peter 3:22 Messiah sits at the right hand of God with all enemies being made subject to him.
130 Ps 110:4 Heb 5:5-6, 6:17-20, 8:1-2 Messiah will be a priest, not from Levi but rather from Melchizedek.
131 Ps 110:5 Mark 16:19; Luke 1:71; Acts 1:5-8, 2:33, 5:31, 7:55-58; Heb 8:1-2, 10:12, 12:2; 1 Peter 3:22; Rev 6:1-4, 6:15-17 Messiah is at the right hand of God crushing the kings against him.
132 Ps 118:17-18 Matt 27:41-44 The Messiah will not die but be Resurrected, himself being protected by Yahweh. The discipline is not for unrighteousness. (Combined with Is 53:4-5, 53:10-11; Ps 16:10a, 30:3, 49:15, 118:17-18). (Consider John 19:7).
133 Ps 118:22 Mark 12:10; Luke 20:17-19; Acts 4:11 Messiah will be rejected by his own people. (See also Isaiah 8:14, 28:16, 53:3, 53:11).
134 Ps 118:22-23 Matt 21:42-46; Acts 4:11-12; 1 Peter 2:4-9 Messiah is the “stone” rejected by the Jews that becomes the chief cornerstone the entire building is align to and built upon.
135 Ps 118:25-26a Matt 21:9; John 12:13 Messiah comes in the name of Yahweh. This is also an appropriate greeting to Messiah.
136 Ps 118:26b Matt 21:12-15 Messiah comes while the Temple is still standing. (Combined with Mal 3:1).
137 Ps 132:17 Luke 1:68-70 Messiah is the sprout from David’s line. (Combined with Is 11:1).
Wisdom and Intimate Poetry (138-141)
# OC ref NC ref Summary of Prophecy
138 Prov 8:22-23 John 17:5, 17:24b; 1 Cor 1:24; Col 1:15-17 This prophecy is debated between Jewish and Christian interpretations. Jewish: Wisdom in Proverbs refers to Torah itself, and therefore God’s Wisdom revealed in Torah was before the creation in (Gen 1:1). Christian: Messiah is from everlasting, for he is the incarnate wisdom of God. Therefore wisdom in Proverbs refers to Messiah. Proposed: The two perspectives can be reconciled if Messiah is not wisdom itself, rather the fullness of the wisdom expressed in the Living Torah.
139 Prov 30:4c Matt 3:16-17; John 3:13-15, 5:43 (context 5:14-47); 1 John 2:22-24 Statement and question, what is the name of “Son” of God. Consider in connection with (Ps 2:6-7) God’s King has become God’s son and (Ps 2:12) kiss the son / give reverence to the son lest he be angry and you perish).
140 Song of Songs 5:16 John 1:16-17 Messiah is referred to as the altogether lovely one.
141 Song of Songs 5:16 Luke 4:22, 24:47 Gracious words and most desirable are presented to the daughters of Jerusalem. (See also Ps 45:2). (Reason for fulfillment: Example of gracious words given to Jerusalem specifically.)
Major Prophets (Prophets who wrote alot) (142-312) (Isaiah only 142-301)
# OC ref NC ref Summary of Prophecy
142 Is 2:2-4 Luke 24:47; 1 Cor 15:24-28 (See also Ps 2:6-7, 2:12, 8:6; Is 9:6-7; Mic 4:1-3) Messiah establishes an ideal and everlasting kingdom in Jerusalem that brings world-wide rein and peace. The nations come to submit to King Messiah’s authority and repent of war.
143 Is 6:9-10 John 12:37-41 Seeing the glory of Messiah, Israel still hardens her heart and refuses to acknowledge him.
144 Is 6:9-10 Matt 13:13-17 Messiah speaks in parables so people hear but never understand; see but never perceive.
145 Is 7:14a Luke 1:27, 1:30-31 A virgin female will conceive and bear a son, (combined with Gen 3:15, seed of a woman). Note on textual variations: Why a virgin female as compared to young female? In the Masoretic text, the prophecy in Isaiah uses the Hebrew word almah [a woman of marriageable age] whereas the verse in Matthew uses the Greek word parthenos [a pure virgin or woman of marriageable age]. However the translators of the Greek Septuagint, which is older than any existing Hebrew text, used parthenos in their translation of the verse in Isaiah. Therefore the translators understood the verse in Isaiah as referring to a literal virgin birth.
146 Is 7:14b Matt 1:21-23; Col 2:9; Rev 21:3 The name Immanu'el, meaning [God with us]. This is an attributed title, not his literal name. Consider (Is 8:7-8) also uses the Hebrew Immanu'el.
147 Is 7:14c John 12:45; Col 2:9 Messiah is equal to God who sent him; Immanu'el, God with us.
148 Is 8:14-15 Matt 21:43-44; 1 Peter 2:8 Messiah is a “stumbling stone, a rock of offense” for Israel.
149 Is 9:1b-2 Matt 4:12b-13; Mark 1:14b Messiah comes from Galilee and shines upon the Galil-of-the-Goyim. Meaning his ministry begins in the Galilee and the region includes Gentiles living there. (Mark explains although Jesus had traveled previously, He did not begin His ministry until entering Galilee, his hometown region.)
150 Is 9:3 John 10:16; Rom 11:25; Eph 2:14 The light that comes to the Gentiles also enlarges Israel. (See also context of Is 9:1-2, and Is 42:6d, 49:6).
151 Is 9:1b-3 Luke 2:31-32; 1 Cor 9:19-21; Rom 3:1-2, 3:29-31; Eph 2:14-19 Messiah is a light to the Gentiles and this causes Israel to increase and have joy as in harvest. Combined: Messiah bears spiritual light in the darkness of those born outside Torah covenant, counting them as increasing the nation of Israel. (See also Is 42:6d, 49:6).
152 Is 9:6a Luke 2:11-12a “a child is born,” Messiah is born as a human being, a man-child.
153 Is 9:6a Luke 2:11; John 1:14 “a child is born,” Messiah has a human body of flesh and bone.
154 Is 9:6a Luke 1:32, 1:35c; John 1:34; Col 2:9 Messiah is the Son of God, “a son is given”. Hence Messiah has divine origins.
155 Is 9:6b Luke 4:22; John 7:46 Messiah is called Wonderful Counselor, by Christian interpretation this is one name. Judaism sees this as two names. “Wonderful” as in (Judges 13:18) by the Angel of Yahweh to Judge Manoah. Also “Counselor,” one who brings wisdom from God like Moses and Aaron did (Num 11:16-17).
156 Is 9:6b Matt 14:27; Acts 4:12 Messiah is called “Mighty God,” for he is mighty and strong, able to save. Hebrew Gibbor means Mighty or Strong.
157 Is 9:6b John 5:19, 5:30, 12:49-50; Rev 1:18 Messiah is everlasting with the authority of his father (Yahweh and ancestor David). Now the Hebrew idiom “Eternal Father” in the context of a ruler on David’s throne (Is 9:7). Eternal father could mean “The ruler with authority to pass on or deny access to eternal life”.
158 Is 9:6b John 12:49-50; Col 1:19-20 Messiah is the “Prince of Peace”. This role can be understood as “The chief leader of the people establishing a peaceful covenant relationship with God”.
159 Is 9:6a, 7 Luke 1:32 Messiah comes to bear the responsibility as the prophesied heir who establishes the everlasting kingdom as the heir to the throne of David.
160 Is 9:7 Luke 1:32-33, 17:20-21; Eph 1:21 Messiah son of David establishes a kingdom and rule that is over all and establishes righteousness and justice in accordance with Adonai, God of heaven’s Armies. (Also see Is 16:5; Dan 2:44). Note: In the Blessing of Aaron (Num 6:26), “God will give you peace,” this is called the peace of the Kingdom of David. (See also Is 16:5).
161 Is 11:1 Luke 3:32 Messiah is a descendant of Jesse. (This is one specific family within the entire tribe of Judah). (See also Is 11:10a).
162 Is 11:1 Matt 2:22b-23 Messiah will grow up in Nazareth. This is known because the Hebrew word netzer [branch] is used here. This is the only prophecy that says Messiah will come from Nazareth. (Consider illusion in Is 53:2a). In the parallel fulfillment verse, the Greek word for Nazarene is Nazaphnoe, coming from the Aramaic word for twig or branch. Note on the Greek: The Greek word for a citizen of Nazareth is Nazarethaios. But Matthew uses Nazaphnoe [branch], not Nazarethaios [a person from Nazareth]. The King James Version of the Bible, published in 1611, translates the original Greek word as “a person from Nazareth” regional but modern scholars now believe this translation to be incorrect. The Bible and Matthew both make it clear Jesus was a “citizen of Nazareth,” of Galilee, in Judea.
163 Is 11:1 Luke 2:22-24; Rom 15:12 “Stump of Jesse” alludes to the household exists but is not in former glory. Therefore Messiah will grow up in a poor family. In Luke 2, the offering described is detailed in (Lev 12:6-8) for the poor woman’s purification after giving birth. (See also Is 11:10a; Ps 132:17).
164 Is 11:2a John 1:32-33; Acts 10:38; Col 2:9; Rev 3:1 The Messiah possesses the complete (seven) anointing of the Spirit of God upon him. (Consider the purpose of the Spirit, Is 11:2a). Special Considerations: Seven is the number of complete fullness. Note: This phrase is repeated in (Rev 1:4, 3:1, 4:5, 5:6). All attributes listed are associated with “the Spirit of God” in Old Covenant working with humans, therefore we can liken this to the ministry of the Holy Spirit in the New Covenant because of the sameness.
165 Is 11:2a Luke 2:40 Messiah has the Spirit of Wisdom (Ex 31:3).
166 Is 11:2a Luke 2:46-47 Messiah has the Spirit of Understanding (Ex 31:3).
167 Is 11:2b Matt 7:28-29 Messiah has the Spirit of Counsel (Ex 18:10-14, 19, 23-24).
168 Is 11:2b Matt 8:26-27 Messiah has the Spirit of Might (Judges 7:18-22).
169 Is 11:2c Luke 4:14-15; John 7:15-16 Messiah has the Spirit of Knowledge of God (Ex 31:3; John 16:13).
170 Is 11:2c John 5:19, 5:30 Messiah has the Spirit of the Fear of God. (Deut 6:24, 10:12; Jer 32:38 context of Jer 31:31-33 covenant with a new spirit and a new heart.)
171 Is 11:3-4 Mark 12:41-44 Messiah has spiritual quickening, meaning discernment, to fear God rather than people, thus making right judgments based on God’s instructions (Lev 19:15). (Consider also Is 42:1c-d).
172 Is 11:10a Luke 2:22-24; Rom 15:12 “Stump of Jesse” alludes to the household exists but is not in former glory. (See also Is 11:a). Therefore Messiah will grow up in a poor family. In Luke 2, the offering described is detailed in (Lev 12:6-8) for the poor woman’s purification after giving birth. (See also Is 11:1; Ps 132:17).
173 Is 11:10b John 3:14-15; Acts 13:47-48, 26:23; Rom 15:8-9 Messiah is from Jesse’s household and is a banner and rallying point to the nations, the Gentiles. (See also Is 11:1, 49:6, 60:1-3).
174 Is 16:4-5 Luke 1:71, 1:74-75 In the last days, Moab will seek Israel for refuge and the throne of the honest judge from David’s line will be established. (See also Is 9:7).
175 Is 22:22 Matt 16:19; Rev 3:7 Messiah has the key of David (Is 9:7) and final authority to open or close based on his own governing decisions.
176 Is 25:8 Matt 28:5-7; Luke 24:45-47; Rev 1:18 Messiah defeats and overcomes death; His resurrection is foretold. Also this action removes the reproach of God’s people, that is their sins.
177 Is 26:19 Matt 27:52-53; John 11:25; 1 Thes 4:16-17 The dead in Messiah will bodily resurrect at the same time Messiah is resurrected from the dead. (Fulfillment is shown in three different contexts.)
178 Is 28:16 (15-18) 1 Peter 2:4-6 Messiah is the foundation stone and cornerstone set in opposition to darkness and death. (See also Is 25:8; Ps 118:26)
179 Is 29:18 Mark 7:32-35, 10:46b, 10:49-52 Messiah will heal deaf and blind. (See also Is 35:5).
180 Is 35:4 (4-6) 2 Thes 1:6-8; Rev 22:11-12 (8-12) With the glory and splendor of God, Messiah brings vengeance and retribution on some and he will save others.
181 Is 35:5-6a Matt 11:3-5; Luke 7:19-21 Signs of the Messiah include physical healing and restoration. (This is a broad brush statement).
182 Is 35:5a Matt 9:27-30a; Mark 8:22-25 Blind eyes are opened. (See also Is 29:18-19).
183 Is 35:5b Mark 7:32-35, 9:24-27 Deaf ears are opened. (Examples includes speech). (See also Is 29:18-19).
184 Is 35:6a Mark 2:10-12 (1:40-2:12); John 5:5-9; Acts 3:2-9 Lame legs healed. (In the example, this man was lame for 38 years).
185 Is 35:6b-7a Matt 9:32-33; Luke 11:14 Mute mouth speaks praise. (See also Is 29:18-19).
186 Is 35:6b-7a John 7:37-38 Rivers of Living Water come from the inner person. (One who was spiritually dry then watered by God’s Spirit). (See also Is 29:18-19).
187 Is 35:8 Matt 7:13-14; Luke 13:23-24 Pathway for the upright, those who are clean, to walk in, (waters in the desert Is 35:7) and not for those unclean. (See also Is 29:18-19).
188 Is 40:3 (3-5) Matt 3:1-5; John 1:22-23 A messenger is sent by God to comfort Israel by announcing and preparing a way for the Messiah. (See also Mal 3:1).
189 Is 40:3 John 1:14 Messiah has the titles of Yahweh and God associated with him (similar to the Angel of Yahweh in Ex 23:20-21). (See also Index: “The Angel of Yahweh).
190 Is 40:9b-10a John 1:14 Messiah has the titles of Yahweh and God associated with him (similar to the Angel of Yahweh in Ex 23:20-21). (See also Index: “The Angel of Yahweh).
191 Is 40:10 John 5:23-24; Rev 22:12 Messiah comes bearing strength and rewards accordingly.
192 Is 40:11 John 10:11 Messiah is likened to a Shepherd.
193 Is 42:1a Matt 12:17-18 Messiah is God’s chosen servant that brings delight to his Lord.
194 Is 42:1b Matt 3:16-17, 17:5 Messiah pleases God.
195 Is 42:1c Matt 3:16b; Acts 10:38a Messiah has the Spirit of God upon him. (See also Is 61:1-2). (See also Is 11:3-4).
196 Is 42:1d Matt 12:18d, 24:14 Messiah provides “justice” to the Gentiles. (See also Is 11:3-4).
197 Is 42:2 Matt 12:19 Messiah will not draw attention to himself.
198 Is 42:3-4 Matt 12:11-13, 12:20 Messiah will have compassion for “the bruised reed,” the poor, the weak, the needy, and broken hearted. (See also Is 61:1-2).
199 Is 42:4c Acts 13:4, 14:26, 21:16; Eph 2:17 The Gentiles / Coast lands wait for Messiah’s instructions. (See also Is 49:1a).
200 Is 42:6a John 5:19-20 God leads and guides the Messiah in righteous.
201 Is 42:6 Matt 26:27-28; Eph 2:5-6; Heb 12:23-24 Messiah is God’s covenant with the people; he was trained and formed by God to accomplish this purpose. (See also Is 49:8b).
202 Is 42:6c Luke 2:30-32; John 8:12 Messiah is a light to the Gentiles and the world. (See also context of Is 9:1-2, and Is 9:3, 49:6).
203 Is 42:7 (5-9) Matt 9:27-30a; Luke 4:18 (16-22); John 9:39-41 (Context all Ch. 9) Heals the blind both physically and spiritually, both Jew or Gentile, removing them from darkness as a prison. (See also Is 9:1-2, 49:6b).
204 Is 42:9 John 13:19 Messiah declares things before they happen.
205 Is 43:11 Matt 11:27; Acts 4:12 Yahweh is the only Savior. God is responsible for anything related to redeeming humans, which includes the work of His Servant (Is 43:10a). The Servant is the Messiah.
206 Is 48:12b Rev 1:8, 22:13 Messiah holds the title of alef tav (Hebrew), alpha omega (Greek), urim thumin (Hebrew alef tav), The first and the last.
207 Is 48:16 John 18:20-21 Messiah speaks nothing in secret.
208 Is 48:16 Col 1:15-17 In all of creation, Messiah participated in and holds it all together. “From the beginning … at the time it happened, I was there.”
209 Is 48:16b John 1:1-2, 17:5 Messiah is from everlasting just as Yahweh God is eternal.
210 Is 48:16c Acts 10:37-38 The Messiah will come and bring God’s Spirit along with him.
211 Is 49:1a Matt 28:18; 1 Tim 2:3-6; Eph 2:12-14 Messiah comes for all people. (See also Is 42:4c).
212 Is 49:1b Matt 1:20-21; Luke 2:11 Messiah is called to God’s service from the womb.
213 Is 49:1c Matt 1:21 Messiah was named before his birth.
214 Is 49:2 Luke 12:51; Heb 4:12 The Messiah’s words are as a sharp sword. (To divide is an idiom referring to his teachings, it will not unite everyone).
215 Is 49:3a, 5a, 6a John 4:34, 6:38; Phil 2:7 Messiah is God’s servant.
216 Is 49:3b John 8:54-55, 12:49-50 Messiah is called Israel. Messiah comes from the nation of Israel. Messiah is also called Israel as the patriarch Ya'akov Jacob was renamed Israel (Gen 32:28). Being called Israel as a relationship role, Messiah is the example of right relationship with Yahweh for all Israel to emulate.
217 Is 49:3b Matt 15:30-31; John 12:27-29, 17:1-5 The work that Messiah does will glorify God.
218 Is 49:4a Luke 19:41-42 Messiah’s work among Israel’s tribes appears to be in vain.
219 Is 49:5b Matt 10:5-6, 15:24 Messiah will restore and raise up Israel, turning them back to God.
220 Is 49:6 Luke 2:31-32; Acts 13:47-48; Rom 3:22 Messiah is a light to the nations, the Gentiles. (See also Is 60:1-3). (See also context of Is 9:1-2, and Is 9:3, 42:6d).
221 Is 49:6 Matt 28:19; Acts 13:47 Messiah will bring salvation to the ends of the earth.
222 Is 49:7a John 15:23-25 Messiah is despised. (See also Ps 69:4b).
223 Is 49:8b Matt 26:28 Also referenced: Luke 24:21; Acts 1:6; 2 Cor 6:2; Rev 19:11-21+; Ezekiel 38-39 and Daniel 11 “Preserved you as a covenant for the people” - the restoring the land and distributing inheritance was anticipated at Messiah’s coming (see in Luke 24:21 and Acts 1:6). The national-political redemption is yet to come at the demise of the anti-Messiah and the establishment of Messiah’s eternal kingdom. (Rev 19:11-21 is describing Ezekiel 38-39 and Daniel 11). Judaism in the days of Yeshua expected political redemption with the Messiah (Luke 24:21; Acts 1:6).
224 Is 50:4 Matt 7:29; Mark 1:27; Luke 4:32, 4:36; John 12:49-50 The Messiah speaks with knowledge taught to him from God, not from men.
225 Is 50:4a Matt 11:28 Messiah’s teachings can sustain the weary.
226 Is 50:5 John 12:27 Messiah is not rebellious to God’s will.
227 Is 50:6a John 19:1 Messiah’s back is whipped. “I gave my back to the smiters.”
228 Is 50:6 Mark 14:65 with 2 Sam 10:4 Messiah’s face is beaten according to the Septuagint translation. The Masoretic text reads plucking out the beard. Note: In (2 Sam 10:4), plucking out the beard is a great insult. Both interpretations can be valid as prophecy.
229 Is 50:6b Matt 26:67 Messiah is mocked to his face. “I did not hide my face from insult”.
230 Is 50:6b Matt 26:67, 27:30 Messiah is spat upon in his face. “I did not hide my face from ... spitting”.
231 Is 50:7b Luke 9:51 Messiah’s face is set like flint, steadfast.
232 Is 50:8 Luke 23:2-4; Heb 8:33-34 Messiah is justified, no negative charges against him are valid.
233 Is 50:10 John 5:23, 14:1, 15:24, 17:3; 1 John 2:23 Trusting in Yahweh God also means to trust in his Servant Messiah.
234 Is 50:10b John 11:9, 12:35-36, 12:46 Trusting in the servant sent brings light and direction from God.
235 Is 52:13 John 12:27-32; Phil 2:7-11 Messiah, as God’s Servant, will be highly exalted.
236 Is 52:14-15a Matt 26:67; Mark 14:65; Luke 22:62-64 Messiah’s appearance is greatly marred, (consider too Is 50:6, 53:5), while bearing the sins of humanity in himself (Is 53:15a). Scripture does not say how his marring is much more than any other human. Consider that his face may be covered in scars that alter and mar his appearance. Yet consider, Yeshua who endured such a beating before death, was recognized by everyone who saw him after the resurrection. (Luke 24:16, 24:31; 1 Cor 15:5-8).
237 Is 52:15 Matt 28:19-20a; Rom 15:20-21; 1 Cor 1:22-24 Messiah will proclaim a message that is new to the Gentiles.
238 Is 53:1 John 12:37-38 The Messiah’s own people do not believe he is the Messiah.
239 Is 53:2a Luke 2:7, 2:22, 2:24 Messiah will grow up in “dry ground,” an idiom for “a poor family”. Luke 2:7 identifies the poorest offering after childbirth being used (Lev 12:6-8). (See also Is 11:1b – Jesse’s tree was cut off at the trunk—not thriving family). (Consider illusion in Is 11:1).
240 Is 53:2b Matt 26:48-49; Phil 2:7 Messiah appears like an ordinary man. His betrayer identified Messiah in the garden by kissing him, because Messiah was not comely or handsome in appearance.
241 Is 53:3a Luke 4:28-29 Messiah is despised. (See also Ps 22:6b).
242 Is 53:3b Matt 12:24; Luke 23:10-19; John 1:11, 12:32; Acts 13:47-48 Messiah is rejected by his own Jewish people, “we did not esteem him”. Yet (Is 49:6 and 60:1-3) says the Messiah’s light draws the Gentiles to Him.
243 Is 53:3c Luke 19:41-44; John 11:33-36; Heb 4:15 Messiah sympathizes with great sorrow and grief.
244 Is 53:3d Mark 14:50, 14:69-71 Men would hide their faces from Messiah.
245 Is 53:4a Matt 8:16-17, 9:35 Messiah bears (removes, heals) our “diseases, sickness, sorrows”.
246 Is 53:4b Matt 27:41-44; John 19:7 Messiah perceived to be cursed by God. (See also Ps 22:1b, 118:17-18).
247 Is 53:5a Matt 20:28; John 19:34; Rom 4:25 Messiah is “pierced / wounded for our transgressions.” Note: There is no Bible punishment or law for death that specifically involves piercing; stoning or banishment is more common.
248 Is 53:5b 1 Peter 2:24 Messiah bears and carries the sins of others.
249 Is 53:5c Rom 4:25, 5:15-18; Col 1:20 Messiah’s chastening brings us peace (with God). Implied by the context, this peace is in relationship with our Creator not other humans.
250 Is 53:5d Matt 8:16-17; John 17:17-19; 1 Peter 2:24 “By his stripes we are healed / made whole.” Messiah’s atonement brings wholeness and healing to those in association with him. (This healing could be physical, spiritual or both.)
251 Is 53:6a 1 Peter 2:25 We have strayed like sheep away from our atonement.
252 Is 53:6b Rom 5:17-18 (Rom 5:6-10, 5:15-21); Heb 9:28; (Also referenced in: 1 Cor 15:3b; 2 Cor 5:21; 1 Peter 2:24; 1 John 2:2, 3:5, 4:10) Messiah bears the sins for all mankind, like the scapegoat removed from the camp on Yom Kippur [Day of Atonement] (Lev 16:10).
253 Is 53:7a Matt 27:11-14 Messiah is oppressed and afflicted but does not speak out in his own defense.
254 Is 53:7b Matt 27:12-14; John 1:29; 1 Peter 1:18-19, 2:23 Messiah, in likeness of a sacrificial lamb, is silent before his accusers. (See also Ps 35:11).
255 Is 53:8a Mark 14:53-65; Acts 8:27-35 Messiah is confined and oppressed without opposition.
256 Is 53:8a John 18:12-13, 18:19-24 Messiah is confined and judged.
257 Is 53:8b Acts 8:33; 2 Cor 5:21; 1 Peter 1:18-19 Messiah is killed / “cut off” as just punishment in place of the people’s transgressions.
258 Is 53:9a Matt 27:38 By being killed along with other criminals, Messiah is assigned a grave with the wicked.
259 Is 53:9a Matt 27:57-60 Buried in a rich man’s grave. Evidence: Raymond Brown comments on Roman attitudes to the bodies of the crucified. The Digest of Justinian 48:24 (200 CE) gives two Roman political legal people’s decisions about criminals executed. Ulpian: “The bodies of those who suffer capital punishment are not to be refused to their relatives.” Julius Paulus adds: “Nor to any who seek them for burial.” Ulpian states this might be refused if the criminal was executed for treason. Therefore Yeshua was not convicted of Roman treason, but likely killed for a political motive. (The Burial of Jesus Mark 15:42-47 by Raymond Brown (1988)).
260 Is 53:9b Luke 23:13-15; 1 Peter 2:21-23 Messiah is innocent, having done no violence or deceit, personally or politically.
261 Is 53:9b Luke 23:14; 1 Peter 2:23 Messiah’s character is without blame, even when provoked.
262 Is 53:10a John 12:27-33; Gal 1:4; 1 Peter 2:24 God will afflict the Messiah, in association with bearing sin.
263 Is 53:10b Matt 20:28b; Eph 5:2 Messiah offers himself as a sin offering.
264 Is 53:10b John 17:1-5; Rom 4:25; Eph 1:16-23; Heb 10:9-10; 1 John 2:2 God’s desire is fulfilled in Messiah being a sin offering. This end goal is God’s purpose. In context, God pleasure is linked to a sin offering being provided. An atonement, a redemption, and a covering for sin was accomplished through that offering for all people who are associated (see Is 53:5-6, 53:11) bringing God pleasure. Being associated with the sin offering is seen in (Lev 4:4, 4:15, 4:24, 4:29, 4:33).
265 Is 53:10c Luke 24:6-7, 24:46; Acts 2:24 Messiah is resurrected from death and has life beyond the grave. “he will prolong / lengthen his days”.
266 Is 53:11a John 10:17-18; Gal 1:4; 1 Peter 2:24 God is fully satisfied with the suffering of the Messiah. By accepting this, it infers the sin offering is accepted. Acceptance of the sin offering is seen in (Lev 4:20). Read in context of (Lev 4:2-7).
267 Is 53:11b Heb 2:17-18; 4:15, 9:28 Messiah has intimate knowledge of the anguish and suffering of the sin that his atonement is covering.
268 Is 53:11b John 6:38; Romans 6:19 Messiah is God’s servant.
269 Is 53:12a Matt 28:18; Eph 1:20-22; Heb 1:3 Because of making his atonement offering, Messiah is greatly exalted by God and reaps rewards.
270 Is 53:12a Luke 11:21-23; John 15:15, Rom 6:11-18, 8:1-4, 8:14-17; Gal 4:3-8; Eph 4:8-9 “He will divide the spoils.” By being an atonement for many, Messiah is the Redeemer and therefore enjoys the benefits / spoils of this conquest; redeeming people from their former master who rules thru sin to the new Master who is Yahweh.
271 Is 53:12a Matt 16:21-23; Phil 2:8b Obedient even unto death.
272 Is 53:12b Mark 15:27-28; Luke 22:37 Messiah is grouped with criminals at his death.
273 Is 53:12c Romans 2:23-26; Col 2:14; 1 John 2:2 Messiah is the atonement that covers the sins of those who transgress God’s Torah [Teaching].
274 Is 53:12d Luke 22:32, 23:34; Heb 7:25; 1 John 2:1-2 Messiah will pray / intercede unto God on behalf of the transgressors. See parallel with Priestly breastplate bearing the tribes names before God (Ex 28:28) and Priest as intercessor (Ex 28:36-38).
275 Is 55:1-2 John 7:37-39; Rev 22:17 By quotation, Messiah is declaring himself a parallel Feast Day fulfillment. “Every one come who is thirsty” (John 7:37-39) is applied Messiah’s ministry. Note: By quoting the first lines of this chapter, Messiah is referencing the entire chapter (as was a common custom of rabbis of his day because all Jews memorized the whole of Bible books), therefore the entire chapter is used to allude to his Messianic claim and be as a witness to this prophetic fulfillment. Consider: By quoting this passage, the Messiah applied the Tabernacles Water Pouring ceremony and the intention of the ceremony to himself and to the effusion and permeation of the Holy Spirit (Is 44:3). The Holy Spirit is promised to be given by Messiah and even accompanying His ministry. Consider: Bishop Lowth, in 1846, quoted an undefined passage in Jerusalem Talmud, concluding that the song in (Num 21:16-18) is to be sung in the times of the Messiah, possibly at this ceremony. Context: The water is said to be “drawn from the wells of salvation” (Is 12:3), signifying the influences of the Holy Spirit to be given in the days of Messiah.
276 Is 55:3-4 Luke 22:20; Heb 8:6; Rev 1:5, 22:14-16 Messiah establishes a new covenant, continuing in the same authority as God with King David, and is for a witness and a leader and commander like unto David. (See also Jer 31:31-34).
277 Is 55:4-5 Luke 7:2-3, 7:9 (7:1-10); John 12:27-32; Acts 13:46-48 Gentiles / Non-Jews will be drawn unto Messiah because of the glory God bestows on him. (See Isaiah 53:12).
278 Is 59:15-16 Matt 10:32-33; Acts 4:12; Rom 8:34 The Messiah is the only intercessor between God and humans.
279 Is 59:16 Heb 5:8-9; 9:15 The Messiah is sent from God in order to provide salvation for justice and intercession. There is no other who intercedes. (See also Is 53:8, 53:10).
280 Is 59:17-18 Matt 16:27; Rom 2:6-8; Rev 19:15 Messiah comes to bring judgment and repays each person according to their deeds.
281 Is 59:20-21 John 14:23-26 Messiah comes to Zion as Redeemer to remove transgression by placing Holy Spirit upon people and teach God’s Torah [Teachings] in their inner-person. (See also Jer 31:31-33).
282 Is 60:1-2 John 1:9-11, 1:14 The Light shines with the glory of God, yet darkness covers the people, (lack of understanding).
283 Is 60:2 John 1:26, 1:32-34; 2 Cor 4:4-6 God will set Messiah apart amidst people who do not recognize or understand (in darkness).
284 Is 60:2-3 Luke 2:30-32; John 1:4-5 The light of Messiah draws Gentile nations. Messiah is accepted by the Gentiles (Is 49:6, 55:4-5), yet was rejected by “his own” (Is 50:3).
285 Is 60:3 Matt 2:1b-2 Gentile Kings will seek out the birth of Messiah. (See also Ps 72:10, 72:15; Is 60:6).
286 Is 60:6 Matt 2:11 Presented with gold and frankincense, the caravans coming from Sheba (northern Africa) will proclaim the good news of the praises of Yahweh! (See also Ps 72:10, 72:15; Is 60:6).
287 Is 60:7 Rom 12:1, 15:16; Heb 13:15-16 Offering sacrifices to God that are appropriate and acceptable glorify His house. (Historically fulfilled in Ezra 6:9; Spiritually fulfilled by Rom 12:1, 15:16).
288 Is 61:1 Matt 3:16-17; John 1:32-33 Messiah will have the Spirit of God upon Him to accomplish His appointed works from God. (Consider the purpose of the Spirit, Is 11:2a).
289 Is 61:1b John 8:36, 9:39; 2 Cor 3:17 Messiah has the anointing to proclaim liberty to captives.
290 Is 61:1c John 8:31-34; Rom 6:16-20, 8:1-4 Messiah has the ministry to proclaim freedom to prisoners (slaves to sin).
291 Is 61:1-2 Matt 11:5; Luke 4:18-21 Messiah’s ministry includes preaching the good news to those afflicted and binding the broken hearted.
292 Is 61:2a Matt 4:17; Acts 17:30; 2 Cor 6:2 Messiah proclaims the favorable time and grace of God.
293 Is 61:2b John 3:16-19, 12:47-48; Acts 17:31 Messiah brings the time of God’s judgment and vengeance.
294 Is 61:3 Rev 21:3-4 Fulfilled in the second coming is the establishing of the Messianic Kingdom and giving glory to those who mourned in Zion.
295 Is 63:8-9 John 3:17; Acts 7:30-32 The Angel of God’s presence is referred to in Exodus and became their Savior from God. Therefore this Savior is sent from God as Servant, Priest, prophet, and later as King to save, redeem, and establish a people unto God. This establishes that Messiah is the Angel of Yahweh. Messiah, as the Angel of God’s presence, acted on God’s directive to save and redeem God’s people (Ex 23:20-21, 32:34 with Is 43:11, 49:6) “for God’s name is in him [the angel] (Ex 23:21)”. Note: In combination, this prophecy is a key pin that identifies that “The Angel of Yahweh” who is also called “The Angel of God” who also shares names and titles with God and who identified with Yahweh. This is in fact the Messiah, God’s Servant at God’s right hand, sent to save and redeem by God’s command. (Is 43:11 – God is the only Savior, Is 63:8, Is 53:4-6 – the Servant who is afflicted and is in association with those in iniquity). Consider: In (Ex 23:21; Is 40:3, 40:9), the Angel shares titles with Yahweh. In (Gen 22:1-2, 22:11-12; Ex 3:2-4, 13:21, 14:19), the Angel of Yahweh is identified when Yahweh is also being identified. Yeshua says he represents Father God and are equal in (John 5:23, 10:30, 14:1, 14:9-11). For a complete list about “The Angel of the Lord” see appendix.
296 Is 63:11-14 Luke 10:9-11; Heb 10:29 Parallel to Yahweh and Holy Spirit during the Exodus, Messiah brings the presence of Holy Spirit with himself in like manner, but also in a different manner (Matt 28:19-20; John 14:16-17; Gal 5:16). Because of the atonement of Messiah, God has justice and promises to not removing his Spirit, (Hag 2:5). Individuals still can grieve and quench the Spirit (Eph 1:13, 4:30; 1 Thes 5:19; Heb 10:29).
297 Is 64:4 John 14:2; 1 Cor 2:9 Nobody has seen or heard the things that God has prepared for those who wait for Him.
298 Is 65:1 Acts 13:48; Rom 11:25; Rev 21:24 Messiah will be sought for and found by the Gentile nations who did not seek him.
299 Is 65:2 John 5:37-40 Messiah reaches out to rebellious Israel.
300 Is 65:17 2 Peter 3:13; Rev 21:1-5 New heaven and new earth will be established.
301 Is 65:18-19a Rev 21:2-3 New Jerusalem is a source of joy and the people thereof are delighted.
302 Jer 7:11 Matt 21:13 Parallel, Temple ground was used by merchant robbers who are not repentant.
303 Jer 23:5-6 Luke 1:32-33; 1 John 2:1b-2 The Righteous Branch from David’s household is given the name “Lord Our righteousness”.
304 Jer 31:15 Matt 2:16-18 Infants will die.
305 Jer 31:30, 31:33 Matt 26:28; 2 Cor 5:21; 1 John 3:3-6; Rom 3:25-26; Rev 21:27 “God establishes a new covenant with Israel and Judah, forgiving and removing sin allows them to know God intimately.”
306 Jer 31:30-32 Matt 26:28 God establishes a new covenant with Israel and Judah, writing his Torah [Teaching] in their hearts. (See also Is 42:6, 56:6-7, 59:20-21, 61:8-9; Jer 32:36-42; Eze 16:59-63, all of chapter 37, 37:23-28).
307 Jer 33:14-16 John 5:22-24, 5:29; Rom 3:25; Rev 19:11 The descendant of David is “Branch of Righteousness” and fulfills God’s good promises, establishing justice and righteousness and peace. The name to describe Jerusalem under his authority is “Yahweh Our righteousness”.
308 Eze 34:4 Matt 9:35 The Shepherds, leader teachers, of Israel do not tend to their own people.
309 Eze 34:5 Matt 9:36 Unfit leaders means the people have no shepherd.
310 Eze 34:23-24 John 10:11 God will raise up a person representing David to shepherd his people, He is a Shepard and Prince before God.
311 Eze 37:24-25 Luke 1:32-33; John 14:12-14, 14:21; Heb 8:10 Messiah son of David will be the Shepard Leader Ruler teaching God’s people to live holy by God’s instructions.
312 Eze 37:26 1 Cor 6:19-20; Rev 21:3 The Shepherd Messiah establishes the covenant where God’s tabernacle is among the people forever.
Minor Prophets (Prophets who wrote little) (313-401)
# OC ref NC ref Summary of Prophecy
313 Dan 2:34-35 Matt 21:42; 1 Peter 2:4 A stone cut out without hands, meaning God not humans created this stone.
314 Dan 2:44-45 Heb:1:8 The Messianic Kingdom is triumphant.
315 Dan 7:13 Matt 26:64 Messiah ascends into heaven.
316 Dan 7:14 Matt 26:64; Eph 1:20-22 Messiah is highly exalted.
317 Dan 7:13-14 Luke 1:31-33; Rev 11:15 The Messiah’s dominion is everlasting.
318 Dan 7:18 Luke 1:33; Rev 2:26 The Kingdom will be received by the Saints of the Most High.
319 Dan 9:24a Romans 5:6-11 Messiah comes to make an end to sins.
320 Dan 9:24b Mark 1:24b; 1 Peter 1:15-16 Messiah is holy.
321 Dan 9:25 John 12:12-13 Messiah is announced to his people 483 years, to the exact day, after the decree to rebuild the city of Jerusalem. The calculation using 360 days per calendar year, lunar year.
322 Dan 9:26a Luke 23:33, 23:46 Messiah is killed.
323 Dan 9:26b Luke 22:37; Heb 2:9 Messiah will die for the sins of the world.
324 Dan 9:26c Matt 27:50-51 Messiah is killed before the destruction of the temple.
325 Dan 9:26 Luke 24:50-53 MP: Messiah will visit the second Temple before it is destroyed. The book of Daniel not only speaks of the destruction of the temple, he also provides us with an exact sequence of events: “...The Messiah shall be cut off, but not for Himself.” And “the people of the prince who is to come shall destroy the city and the sanctuary.” (See Dan 9:24-26). According to Daniel: The Messiah comes. (This happened with Jesus’ birth between 6BC - 1 A.D.) The Messiah is cut off, an idiom for killed. (This happened with Jesus’ crucifixion approximately 33 A.D.) Jerusalem and the temple are destroyed. (This happened in 70 A.D). Evidence: According to New Covenant, the Apostles worshiped in the Temple after the Messiah ascended into Heaven. Proof that Rabbi Yeshua Messiah died before the Temple was destroyed. Rabbi Yeshua teaches the Daniel prince is coming, likewise the Messiah’s death (John 12:31-33, 14:30). Details concerning the context Daniel’s prophecies are seen in (Matt 24:1-31). Daniel says, “the people of the prince” will destroy the temple; there are multiple Legions. Titus called Roman Legion 12, a people based from Syria and Asia Minor (the middle east); according to (Josephus WotJ: Book 3, Ch1, Par3). The king of Arabia Malchus sent his military (Josephus WotJ: Book3, Ch4, Par20). The standard Roman Legions 3, 5, 10, 15, and 18 are available too. The point is, the people prophesied are not definitive Roman but could be from a couple select Middle Eastern nations. The temple was destroyed at 70 CE.
326 Dan 10:5-6 Rev 1:13-16 A description of a vision of the Messiah in a glorified state is given.
327 Hos 2:23 Rom 9:24-26; 1 Peter 2:10 The Lord restores His people, both Jew and Gentile, into His own land of Israel.
328 Hos 3:5 Rom 11:11-15 The children of Israel return and seek the Lord.
329 Hos 3:4-5 Matt 23:38-39; Rom 11:25-29 National Israel will be without the Temple sacrifice, without Levites ministering, and without foreign deities for a period of time. At the end of this age, Israel will repent, return, and seek Yahweh and King Messiah descendant of David.
330 Hos 6:2 1 Cor 15:3-5 Messiah resurrects from the dead. Three days represents 3 days of 24 hours, and three 1000 year days.
331 Hos 11:1 Matt 2:13-15 Messiah is the Son of God.
332 Hos 11:1 Matt 2:19-21 Messiah is called out of Egypt. True, Israel is referenced, but the singular use of “son” is Messianic. This is a double reference of my son and my children is two different references that are parallel to each other. (Messiah is taken to Egypt in Matt 2:13-15.)
333 Joel 2:28-29 John 20:19-22; Acts 2:1-4; Acts 2:16-18 The Spirit of the Lord will be poured out upon all people.
334 Joel 2:28-30 John 5:23-24; Rom 10:8-13 Messiah will offer salvation to all mankind.
335 Joel 2:32 Acts 2:21; Rom 10:13 Whoever calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.
336 Joel 2:32 Acts 10:5-35; Rom 10:8-13; Titus 2:11-13 Messiah will offer salvation to all mankind.
337 Amos 5:20 Matt 24:29; Luke 23:45; Referenced in Acts 2:19-20 and Rev 6:12-14 “The Day of Yahweh” refers to the end of this age characterized by darkness (Amos 8:9). (Also see Is 24:18-23). In Messianic parallel, the earth will grow dark when the Messianic atonement is accomplished. This aligns with the 70th week of (Daniel 9:24). This verse states the purpose of 70 weeks: 1) “to finish transgression,” 2) “to put an end to sin,” 3) “to atone for wickedness,” 4) “to bring in everlasting righteousness,” 5) “to seal up vision and prophecy,” and 6) “to anoint the most holy.”
338 Amos 8:9 Matt 27:45 God will cause the sky to be darkened in the mid-day. Possible illusion to “The day of Yahweh” and the 70th week of Daniel. Roman Historian Thallus cites Roman Historian Phlegon record that in the time of Tiberius Caesar, at full moon (middle of the Hebrew month), there was a full eclipse of the sun from the sixth hour to the ninth hour. Note: The Hebrew Calendar counts twelve hours from sunrise to sunset. This makes the sixth hour about noon, and the ninth hour near three in the afternoon. Skeptic: An eclipse cannot happen during a full moon. Answer: Scientificly that is correct, and historically this was recorded, so it has to be a miracle or nothing. Note: We do not have evidence to denounce the cited Historians as their books no longer exist.
339 Amos 9:11-12 Acts 15:16-18 The Lord will restore the tabernacle of David.
340 Obadiah 1:18 Gal 4:30-31 In the rein of King Messiah, Edom will not have any inheritance (being Esau was born outside the covenant of God with Abraham) and Messiah will judge them.
341 Jonah 1:17, 2:10 Matt 12:38-40, 16:4; Luke 24:46c The sign of Jonah is given by the Messiah. After three days of death, he is returned to the land of the living, resurrection from the dead.
342 Mic 5:1 Matt 27:30; Mark 15:19 Smitten “...They will strike Israel’s ruler on the cheek with a reed.”
343 Mic 5:2a Matt 2:1-6; Luke 2:1-7; John 7:42 2.1-6 Messiah is born in Bethlehem Ephrathah. This defines the ancient Bethlehem originally called Ephrath in (Gen 35:16, 19; 48:7; Ruth 4:11). This place was also called Beth-lehem Ephratah (Mic 5:2), Beth-lehem-Judah (1 Sam 17:12), and “the city of David” (Luke 2:4). At the time of Yeshua’s birth, Bethlehem Ephrathah, also called “Bethlehem in Judea” in (Matt 2:5), was a village about five miles south of Jerusalem in Judea. This is different from the Zebulun tribe’s city of Bethlehem in the Galilee, about six miles west of Nazareth menioned only in (Josh 19:15).
344 Mic 5:2 Matt 2:6 Messiah is born of the tribe of Judah.
345 Mic 5:2b Matt 2:1-2; John 6:38, 12:49-50 Messiah is God’s servant born in Bethlehem, “the future ruler of Israel”.
346 Mic 5:2c John 1:1-3, 8:58; Col 1:12-17; Rev 1:8 Messiah is from everlasting, meaning He preexisted, “whose origins are far in the past, back in ancient times”.
347 Habakkuk 2:14 Rev 15:4 All the earth is filled with knowledge of the glory of the Lord.
348 Zep 3:8 Rev 16:1, 19:11-16 The outpouring of the Lord’s wrath is at the time of judging the entire world (last days).
349 Hag 2:6-9 Matt 21:12, 21:23; Heb 12:25-28 The earth and its kingdoms will be uprooted and shaken, in lieu of the unshakable Kingdom of Messiah. Messiah visits the Temple.
350 Hag 2:21-23 Matt 21:12, 21:23; Heb 12:25-28 The earth and its kingdoms will be uprooted and shaken, in lieu of the unshakable Kingdom of Messiah. Messiah visits the Temple.
351 Hag 2:23 Luke 3:23b-3:27b Messiah is a descendant of Zerubbabel. The signet ring signifies authority. In this context, the ring represents royal lineage and legal authority (forefather of Messiah like unto David and Judah).
352 Zech 2:10-11 John 1:14 Messiah is sent by GOD to dwell among his people, Gentiles joining Jews.
353 Zech 2:10-11 John 8:12-18 Adonai Tzva'ot [Yah Commander of Heaven’s armies] is coming to dwell with His people. Messiah is coming to dwell with his people.
354 Zech 3:4b Luke 15:18-24 Messiah will take away the filthy garments. This is a parallel to the Messiah taking away our sins.
355 Zech 3:8 Luke 3:27b Messiah is a descendant of Zerubbabel. (See also Hag 2:23).
356 Zech 3:8 John 6:37-38, 17:4 Messiah is God’s servant.
357 Zech 6:11-13 Applying His ministry to us: (2 Cor 5:20-21). Ministry in action; as Priest: (Heb 5:5, 9:12) and as King: (John 18:36-37a; Rev 17:14) This prophecy is in the names’ literal meaning connected to the prophecy of the sprout and of the crown. He, the Branch, is Salvation and serves as Priest and King. “Put one crown on Joshua [Yah is Salvation] son of Y'hotzadak [Yah is Righteous], the high priest” then prophecy describes “The branch” and his priestly and kingly service.
358 Zech 6:12b Eph 2:20-22 Messiah builds the temple of Yahweh. (Messianic Kingdom: See Ez chapters 40-48 and Ez 48:35 with Rev 21:3).
359 Zech 6:12-13 Heb 8:1 Messiah is Priest and King. (See also Jer 33:17-18).
360 Zech 9:9a Matt 21:8-10 Messiah is greeted with rejoicing in Jerusalem.
361 Zech 9:9a Mark 11:7-10 Triumphal entry into Jerusalem is accomplished by Messiah.
362 Zech 9:9b John 12:12-13 Messiah is beheld as King.
363 Zech 9:9c John 5:30 Messiah is just.
364 Zech 9:9d Luke 19:10; 1 Thes 5:8-9 Messiah brings salvation.
365 Zech 9:9e Matt 11:29 Messiah is humble.
366 Zech 9:9f Matt 21:1-9; Luke 19:29-37a Messiah is presented to Jerusalem riding on a donkey.
367 Zech 10:4 Eph 2:20; 1 Peter 2:4-7 Messiah is “the cornerstone”.
368 Zech 11:4-6 Matt 23:1-5, 23:13-14 At the time of Messiah’s coming, Israel will have unfit leaders.
369 Zech 11:7 Matt 4:23-24 Messiah will have a ministry to the “poor,” the believing remnant.
370 Zech 11:8a Matt 23:1-5, 23:13 The unbelief of Israel’s leaders will force the Messiah to reject them.
371 Zech 11:8b Matt 26:3-4 Messiah is despised.
372 Zech 11:9a Matt 13:10-12 Messiah will stop ministering to those who rejected Him.
373 Zech 11:10-11a Luke 19:41-44 The Messiah’s rejection will cause God to remove His protection of Israel.
374 Zech 11:10-11b John 1:1 (1:1-14) Messiah is God.
375 Zech 11:12-13a Matt 26:14-15 Messiah is betrayed for thirty pieces of silver. (See also Ps 41:9; 55:12-14).
376 Zech 11:12-13b Matt 26:14-15; Acts 3:13-15 Messiah is rejected.
377 Zech 11:12-13 Matt 27:3-5a Thirty pieces of silver are thrown into the house of the Lord.
378 Zech 11:12-13 Matt 27:6-8 Thirty pieces of silver is used to buy the potter’s field.
379 Zech 11:12-13 John 12:44-45; 1 Tim 3:16 Messiah is God.
380 Zech 12:10 Luke 23:33b The Messiah’s body is pierced. Consider: Jesus was crucified in the typical Roman manner: His hands and feet were nailed to the cross using large spikes. This is very interesting considering crucifixion had not yet been devised. Both verses refer to the different reactions of the witnesses: (Ps 22:16) refers to the witnesses who rejected Jesus as the Messiah and rallied for His crucifixion. (Zech 12:10) refers to the witnesses who accepted Jesus as the Messiah and mourned at His crucifixion. (Consider John 19:34-37).
381 Zech 12:10a John 19:34-37; Rev 1:7 The Messiah’s body will be pierced.
382 Zech 12:10b John 1:14 (1:1-14), 5:18, 10:30; Heb 1:1-3 Messiah is both God and man.
383 Zech 12:10c John 15:23-25 Messiah is rejected.
384 Zech 12:10c 1 Peter 2:6-8 Messiah is rejected. Note: (Zech 12:10c) refers to the second coming of the Messiah: “they will look upon me who they have pierced.”
385 Zech 13:7a Luke 22:42-43 It was God’s will that Messiah will die for all mankind.
386 Zech 13:7a Romans 3:23-26; Gal 1:4 It was God’s will that the Messiah will die for all mankind.
387 Zech 13:7 Col 1:15-17; Heb 1:1-3 Messiah is God’s equal. It could also be said, Messiah is God’s alternative.
388 Zech 13:7 Acts 2:22-23 Messiah will die a violent death.
389 Zech 13:7 John 16:32 The Shepard is struck and the sheep (disciples) scatter.
390 Zech 13:7 John 5:17-19 Messiah is both God and man.
391 Zech 13:7d Matt 18:10, 23:34-39; Luke 21:21-24 The Messiah’s rejection will cause God to remove His protection of Israel.
392 Mal 3:1a Matt 11:10 This messenger is the forerunner for the Messiah.
393 Mal 3:1b John 2:13-17 Messiah will make a sudden appearance at the temple.
394 Mal 3:1b Luke 4:43 Messiah is the messenger of the new covenant.
395 Mal 3:1c John 2:13-17 Messiah will enter the temple with authority. Messiah’s appearance at the Temple will test and purify those in association with the Temple. Once again, they will offer sacrifices in an upright manner, acceptable before God.
396 Mal 3:1 Luke 1:76-79 A messenger will prepare the way for the Messiah. Note: In Malachi, the word “suddenly” refers to the imminent coming of the Messiah once this messenger appears. From the writings of Josephus, we know John the Baptist and Jesus were contemporaries of one another.
397 Mal 3:1-4 Matt 11:13-15 The Messiah’s forerunner will come in the spirit of Elijah.
398 Mal 4:2 Luke 8:43b-44 (context 8:43-48) “The Sun of Righteousness will arise with healing in his wings” refers to Messiah and his covering wings. Seen on the Prayer Shawl, which was a normal part of Jewish outer garments on the day but is now ceremonial. Seen at the corners are the blue tzitzit fringes (Num 15:38-40), this area is called “the wings”. Therefore healing will come thru the corners of his outer garment, and this power will come by God. The blue cords represent blue of heaven and God’s commands and God’s name.
399 Mal 4:5 Matt 11:13-15 The Messiah’s forerunner will come in the spirit of Elijah.
400 Mal 4:6 Mark 1:3-5 The Messiah’s forerunner will turn many to righteousness.
401 Mal 4:6 Luke 1:16-17 Messiah’s forerunner will turn the hearts of children to their fathers (possibly forefathers) and restore connection therein.
Organized by Thomas Robinson for One Unity Resource Bible, 2016
Resources collected as common information, list was inspired by works yet original work presented. Resources used are noted in the OUR Bible Biblography.