Old Testament Prophecies of Jesus

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Jesus' lineage and birth

Born in family of the Tribe of Judah
Reference: Genesis 49:10
Fulfillment: Luke 3:33
Lineage of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob
Reference: Genesis 12:3, 17:17,19;
Fulfillment: Matthew 1:1-2,16; Luke 3:34
Heir to the Throne of David
Reference: Isaiah 9:6-7
Fulfillment: Luke 1:32
Anointed and Eternal
Reference: Psalm 45:6-7
Fulfillment: Hebrews 1:8-10
Born like other humans
Reference: Genesis 3:14-15
Fulfillment: Galatians 4:4
Born in Bethlehem
Reference: Micah 5:2
Fulfillment: Luke 2:4-7
Does GOD
celebrate Christmas?
How many WISE
MEN visited Jesus
after he was born?
How does
God celebrate
Picture of
Shepherds Field
What is real
Reason for
Christmas Season?
The time of birth
Reference: Daniel 9:24-25
Fulfillment: Luke 2:1-5
Christ to be born of a virgin
Reference: Isaiah 7:13-14
Fulfillment: Luke 1:26-28, 30-31
A prophet would be raised up
Reference: Deuteronomy 18:15
Fulfillment: Acts 3:19-20, 22
Murder of infants
Reference: Jeremiah 31:15
Fulfillment: Matthew 2:16-18
To be called out of Egypt
Reference: Hosea 11:1
Fulfillment: Matthew 2:13-15

The ministry of Jesus

The way of the Lord prepared
Reference: Isaiah 40:3-4
Fulfillment: Luke 3:2-5
A messenger to come before the Lord
Reference: Malachi 3:1
Fulfillment: Luke 7:24-27
Declared to be a Son of God
Reference: Psalm 2:7
Fulfillment: Matthew 3:13-17
Ministry centered in Galilee
Reference: Isaiah 9:1-2
Fulfillment: Matthew 4:12-16
He would speak and teach in parables
Reference: Psalm 78:1-2
Fulfillment: Matthew 13:34-35
What did Jesus
look like?
Did Jesus ever
SAY he was GOD?
Why was Galilee
special to the
twelve apostles?
Who were the
disciples of
John the Baptist?
He would bind up, heal the broken hearted
Reference: Isaiah 61:1-3
Fulfillment: Luke 4:17-21
A priest after the order of Melchizedek
Reference: Psalm 110:1,4
Fulfillment: Hebrews 5:5-6
Rejected, not believed by the Jews
Reference: Isaiah 53:1-4
Fulfillment: John 1:11, 12:37-40; Luke 23:20-21
He would be hated without reason
Reference: Psalm 35:19
Fulfillment: John 15:23-25

Jesus' last week, suffering and death

Triumphal entry into Jerusalem
Reference: Zechariah 9:9
Fulfillment: Mark 11:7-11
Praised by mouth of babes (young children)
Reference: Psalm 8:1-2
Fulfillment: Matthew 21:15-16
Betrayed by close friend who ate with him
Reference: Psalm 41:9
Fulfillment: Matthew 26:14-15, Mark 14:10
The price paid for betrayal
Reference: Zechariah 11:12
Fulfillment: Matthew 26:14-15
What would be done with the betrayal money
Reference: Zechariah 11:13
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:3, 5-7
Forsaken by His disciples
Reference: Zechariah 13:7
Fulfillment: Mark 14:50; Matthew 26:31
False witnesses against Christ
Reference: Psalm 27:12, 35:11
Fulfillment: Matthew 26:59-61; Mark 14:55-57
Won't not defend himself against accusations
Reference: Isaiah 53:7
Fulfillment: Mark 15:3-5, Matthew 27:13-14
Satan will bruise his "heel"
Reference: Genesis 3:15
Fulfillment: John 19:18; John 12:31-33
Jesus would be tortured
Reference: Isaiah 50:6
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:26; Mark 15:15
His body would have marks of abuse
Reference: Psalm 22:16-17; Isaiah 52:14
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:26-30; John 19:1-3
He would suffer and die for sins of world
Reference: Isaiah 53:4-6, 10-11
Fulfillment: Romans 5:6-8
Receive reproach, enemies before him
Reference: Psalm 69:9, 19-20
Fulfillment: Matthew 26:55, 65-66, 27:27-30
His feet and hands would be pierced
Reference: Psalm 22:15-16; Zech. 12:9-10
Fulfillment: John 19:33-35, 20:25-27
Timeline of
Jesus' Last Week
Why was Jesus
killed though innocent?
When and where
was Jesus arrested?
How did Judas sit
next to Jesus during
the Last Supper?
Did Judas REPENT
of betraying Jesus?
Picture of the
Garden of Gethsemane
Picture of where
Jesus was crucified
Timeline of the
Old Testament
Considered a criminal
Reference: Isaiah 53:12
Fulfillment: Luke 23:33
Some would shake their heads
Reference: Psalm 22:7-8, 109:25
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:39-40
He would be reviled, mocked by a crowd
Reference: Psalm 22:7-8
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:39-43; Luke 23:35
He would bear the sins of those killing him
Reference: Isaiah 53:12
Fulfillment: Luke 23:33-34
His clothes would be taken and lots cast
Reference: Psalm 22:18
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:35; John 19:23-24
Many will see and stare at him on the cross
Reference: Psalm 22:16-17
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:36, 55; Luke 23:48
Family, friends will see his suffering
Reference: Psalm 38:10-11
Fulfillment: Luke 23:48-49; Matthew 27:55-56
Forsaken by God
Reference: Psalm 22:1-2
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:45-46
Given vinegar to drink
Reference: Psalm 69:21
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:34; John 19:28-30
Jesus' side would be pierced
Reference: Zechariah 12:10
Fulfillment: John 19:34
He would commend His spirit to God
Reference: Psalm 31:5
Fulfillment: Luke 23:46; John 19:30
Not one bone will be broken
Reference: Exodus 12:43-46; Psalm 34:19-20
Fulfillment: John 19:33-36
Christ, our Passover, sacrificed for us
Reference: Exodus 12:3, 5-6; Isaiah 53:7
Fulfillment: John 1:29; 1Corinthians 5:7
He would be cut off but not for himself
Reference: Daniel 9:26
Fulfillment: John 11:49-52

Jesus' burial, resurrection, ascension

Buried in the tomb of a rich man
Reference: Isaiah 53:8-9
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:57-60
Body in grave EXACTLY three days, nights
Reference: Matthew 12:39-40
Fulfillment: Matthew 27:57-60
His body would not decay
Reference: Psalm 16:9
Fulfillment: Acts 2:24, 27, 31
Resurrected from the dead
Psalm 16:10-11; Psalm 49:15
Fulfillment: Mark 16:5-6

Jesus ascends to heaven and sits at God's right hand
Psalm 68:18, Acts 1:9, 2:32-33; 1Corinthians 15:3-4; Mark 16:19; Ephesians 4:8-10

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