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312 Fulfilled Prophecies That Were Fulfilled in Jesus Christ

Genesis

1. The Messiah would be born of the “seed” of a woman (Genesis 3:15a, Luke 1:34-35).

2. The Messiah would defeat Satan (Genesis 3:15b, 1 John 3:8).

3. The Messiah would suffer while reconciling men to God (Genesis 3:15c, 1 Peter 3:18).

4. The Messiah would be a descendant of Seth (Genesis 4:25, Luke 3:23-38).

5. The Messiah would be a descendant of Shem (Genesis 9:26, Luke 3:23-36).

6. The Messiah would be a descendant of Abraham (Genesis 12:3, Matthew 1:1).

7. The Messiah would be a descendant of Isaac (Genesis 17:19, Luke 3:23-34).

8. The Messiah would come for all nations (Genesis 18:18b, Acts 3:24-26).

9. The Messiah would be a descendant of Isaac (Genesis 21:12, Luke 3:23-34).

10. The Messiah would be as a sacrificial lamb (Genesis 22:8, John 1:29).

11. The Messiah would be sacrificed upon the same mountain where God tested Abraham (Genesis 22:14, Luke 23:33).

12. The Messiah would bless all nations (Genesis 22:18, Galatians 3:14).

13. The Messiah would be a descendant of Isaac (Genesis 26:4, Luke 3:23-34).

14. The Messiah would be a descendant of Jacob (Genesis 28:14a, Luke 3:23-34).

15. The Messiah would come for all people (Genesis 28:14b, Galatians 3:26-29).

16. The Messiah would be a descendant of Judah (Genesis 49:10a, Luke 3:23-33).

17. The Messiah would be King of Israel (Genesis 49:10b, John 1:49).

18. The Messiah’s authority shall extend to all nations (Genesis 49:10c, Judah 1:25).

19. The Messiah would be the “vine” (Genesis 49:11, John 15:1-5).

Exodus

20. None of the Messiah’s bones would be broken (Exodus 12:46, John 19:32-33).

Numbers

21. None of the Messiah’s bones would be broken (Numbers 9:12, John 19:32-33).

22. The Messiah would be King of Israel (Numbers 24:17, John 19:19).

Deuteronomy

23. The Messiah would be a Prophet (Deuteronomy 18:15, Matthew 21:11).

24. The Messiah would be a Prophet (Deuteronomy 18:18a, Matthew 21:11).

25. God would speak through the Messiah (Deuteronomy 18:18b, John 12:49).

26. The Messiah would be made a curse to redeem man (Deuteronomy 21:23, Galatians 3:13).

27. The Messiah would be worshiped by angels at his birth (Deuteronomy 32:43, Luke 2:13-14).

Ruth

28. The Messiah would be a descendant of Boaz & Ruth (Ruth 4:12-17, Luke 3:23-32).

1 Samuel

29. The Messiah would be exalted by God with power and strength (1 Samuel 2:10, Matthew 28:18).

2 Samuel

30. The Messiah would be a descendant of David (2 Samuel 7:12-13, Matthew 1:1).

31. The Messiah would be the Son of God (2 Samuel 7:13-14, Matthew 3:16-17).

32. The Messiah would be a descendant of David (2 Samuel 7:16, Matthew 1:1).

33. The Messiah would come for all people (2 Samuel 22:50, Romans 15:8-9).

34. The Messiah would be the “Rock” ( 2 Samuel 23:2-4a, 1 Corinthians 10:4).

35. The Messiah would be as the “light of the morning” (2 Samuel 23:2-4b, Revelation 22:16).

1 Chronicles

36. The Messiah would be a descendant of Judah (1 Chronicles 5:2, Luke 3:23-33).

37. The Messiah would be a descendant of David (1 Chronicles 17:11-12a, Luke 3:23-31).

38. The Messiah’s throne would be everlasting (1 Chronicles 17:11-12b, Luke 1:32-33).

39. The Messiah would be the Son of God (1 Chronicles 17:13-14, Matthew 3:16-17).

Psalms

40. The Messiah would be rejected by Gentiles (Psalm 2:1 Acts, 4:25-28).

41. Political and religious leaders would conspire against the Messiah (Psalm 2:2, Matthew 26:3-4).

42. The Messiah would be a King (Psalm 2:6, John 12:12-13).

43. The Messiah would be the Son of God (Psalm 2:7a, Luke 1:31-35).

44. The Messiah would declare that he was the Son of God (Psalm 2:7b, John 9:35-37).

45. The Messiah would be resurrected and crowned as King (Psalm 2:7c, Acts 13:30-33).

46. The Messiah would ask God for His inheritance (Psalm 2:8a, John 17:4-24).

47. The Messiah would receive authority over all (Psalm 2:8b, Matthew 28:18).

48. The Messiah would be the Son of God (Psalm 2:12a, Matthew 17:5).

49. The Messiah would reject those who did not believe in him (Psalm 2:12b, John 3:36).

50. Infants would give praise to the Messiah (Psalm 8:2, Matthew 21:15-16).

51. The Messiah would be given authority over all things (Psalm 8:6, Matthew 28:18).

52. The Messiah would be resurrected (Psalm 16:8-10a, Matthew 28:6).

53. The Messiah’s body would not be subject to decay (Psalm 16:8-10b, Acts 13:35-37).

54. The Messiah would be exalted to the presence of God (Psalm 16:11, Acts 2:25-33).

55. The Messiah would come for all people (Psalm 18:49, Ephesians 3:4-6).

56. The Messiah would cry out to God (Psalm 22:1a, Matthew 27:46).

57. The Messiah would be forsaken by God (Psalm 22:1b, Mark 15:34).

58. The Messiah, anguished, would pray without ceasing (Psalm 22:2, Matthew 26:38-39).

59. The Messiah would be despised (Psalm 22:6, Luke 23:21-23).

60. The Messiah would be mocked by people shaking their heads (Psalm 22:7, Matthew 27:39).

61. Mockers would say of the Messiah, “he trusted God, let him deliver him” (Psalm 22:8, Matt 27:41-43).

62. The Messiah would be aware of his Father from his youth (Psalm 22:9, Luke 2:40).

63. The Messiah would be called to God’s service from the womb (Psalm 22:10, Luke 1:30-33).

64. The Messiah would be abandoned by the disciples (Psalm 22:11, Mark 14:50).

65. The Messiah would be surrounded by evil spirits (Psalm 22:12-13, Colossians 2:15).

66. The Messiah’s heart would burst, flowing with blood & water (Psalm 22:14a, John 19:34).

67. The Messiah would be crucified (Psalm 22:14b, Matthew 27:35).

68. The Messiah would thirst (Psalm 22:15a, John 19:28).

69. The Messiah would thirst shortly before his death (Psalm 22:15b, John 19:30).

70. The Messiah would be surrounded by Gentiles at his crucifixion (Psalm 22:16a, Luke 23:36).

71. The Messiah would be surrounded by enemies at his crucifixion (Psalm 22:16b, Matt 27:41- 43).

72. The Messiah’s hands and feet would be pierced (Psalm 22:16c, Matthew 27:38).

73. None of the Messiah’s bones would be broken (Psalm 22:17a, John 19:32-33).

74. People would stare at the Messiah during his crucifixion (Psalm 22:17b, Luke 23:35).

75. The Messiah’s garments would be divided (Psalm 22:18a, John 19:23-24).

76. Lots would be cast for theMessiah’s clothes (Psalm 22:18b, John 19:23-24).

77. The Messiah’s atonement would enable believers to be his brethren (Psalm 22:22, Hebrews 2:10-12).

78. The Messiah’s enemies would stumble and fall when they came for him (Psalm 27:2, John 18:3-6).

79. The Messiah would be accused by false witnesses (Psalm 27:12, Matthew 26:59-61).

80. The Messiah would cry out “into thy hands I commend my spirit” (Psalm 31:5, Luke 23:46).

81. The would be plots to kill the Messiah (Psalm 31:13, Matthew 27:1).

82. None of the Messiah’s bones would be broken (Psalm 34:20, John 19:32-33).

83. The Messiah would be accused by false witnesses (Psalm 35:11, Mark 14:55-59).

84. The Messiah would be hated by many without cause (Psalm 35:19, John 18:19-23).

85. The Messiah would be silent before his accusers (Psalm 38:13-14, Matthew 26:62-63).

86. The Messiah’s offering of himself would replace all sacrifices (Psalm 40:6-8a, Hebrews 10:10-13).

87. The Messiah would say the scriptures were written of him (Psalm 40:6-8b, Luke 24:44).

88. The Messiah would come to do God’s will (Psalm 40:7-8, John 5:30).

89. The Messiah would not conceal his mission from the congregation (Psalm 40:9-10, Luke 4:16-21).

90. The Messiah’s betrayer would be a friend whom he broke bread with (Psalm 41:9, Mark 14:17-18).

91. The Messiah would speak with a message of grace (Psalm 45:2, Luke 4:22).

92. The Messiah’s throne would be everlasting (Psalm 45:6-7a, Luke 1:31-33).

93. The Messiah would be God (Psalm 45:6-7b, Hebrews 1:8-9).

94. The Messiah would act with righteousness (Psalm 45:6-7c, John 5:30).

95. The Messiah would be betrayed by a friend (Psalm 55:12-14, Luke 22:47-48).

96. The Messiah would ascend into heaven (Psalm 68:18a, Luke 24:51).

97. TheMessiah would give gifts to men (Psalm 68:18b, Matthew 10:1).

98. The Messiah would be hated by many without cause (Psalm 69:4, Luke 23:13-22).

99. The Messiah would bear reproach, for God’s sake (Psalm 69:7, Matthew 26:65-67).

100. The Messiah would be rejected by his people (Psalm 69:8a, John 1:11).

101. The Messiah’s brothers would disbelieve him (Psalm 69:8b, John 7:3-5).

102. The Messiah would be angered by disrespect toward the temple (Psalm 69:9a, John 2:13-17).

103. The Messiah would bear reproach, for God’s sake (Psalm 69:9b, Romans 15:3).

104. The Messiah’s heart would be broken (Psalm 69:20a, John 19:34).

105. The Messiah’s disciples would fail him in his time of need (Psalm 69:20b, Mark 14:33-41).

106. The Messiah would be offered gall and vinegar (Psalm 69:21a, Matthew 27:34).

107. The Messiah would thirst (Psalm 69:21b, John 19:28).

108. The potter’s field would be uninhabited (Psalm 69:25, Acts 1:16-20).

109. The Messiah would speak in parables (Psalm 78:2, Matthew 13:34-35).

110. The Messiah would be at the right hand of God (Psalm 80:17, Acts 5:31).

111. The Messiah would be a descendant of David (Psalm 89:3-4, Matthew 1:1).

112. The Messiah would call God his Father (Psalm 89:26, Matthew 11:27).

113. The Messiah would be God’s “firstborn (” Psalm 89:27, Mark 16:6).

114. The Messiah would be a descendant of David (Psalm 89:29, Matthew 1:1).

115. The Messiah would be a descendant of David (Psalm 89:35-36, Matthew 1:1).

116. The Messiah would be eternal (Psalm 102:25-27a, Colossians 1:17).

117. The Messiah would be the creator of all (Psalm 102:25-27b, John 1:3).

118. The Messiah would be accused by false witnesses (Psalm 109:2, John 18:29-30).

119. The Messiah would pray for his enemies (Psalm 109:4, Luke 23:34).

120. The Messiah’s betrayer would have a short life (Psalm 109:8a, Acts 1:16-18).

121. The Messiah’s betrayer would be replaced (Psalm 109:8b, Acts 1:20-26).

122. The Messiah would be mocked by people shaking their heads (Psalm 109:25, Mark 15:29-30).

123. The Messiah would be Lord (Psalm 110:1a, Matthew 22:41-45).

124. The Messiah would be at the right hand of God (Psalm 110:1b, Mark 16:19).

125. The Messiah would be a Priest in the order of Melchisedek (Psalm 110:4, Hebrews 6:17- 20).

126. The Messiah would be at the right hand of God (Psalm 110:5, 1 Peter 3:21-22).

127. The Messiah would be the “stone” rejected by Israel (Psalm 118:22, Matthew 21:42-43).

128. The Messiah would come in the name of the Lord (Psalm 118:26, Matthew 21:9).

129. The Messiah would be a descendant of David (Psalm 132:11, Matthew 1:1).

130. The Messiah would be a descendant of David (Psalm 132:17, Matthew 1:1).

Proverbs

131. The Messiah would be from everlasting (Proverbs 8:22-23, John 17:5).

132. The Messiah would ascend and descend from heaven (Proverbs 30:4a, John 3:13).

133. God would have a Son (Proverbs 30:4b, Matthew 3:16-17).

Isaiah

134. Israel would have a hardened heart against the Messiah (Isaiah 6:9-10a, John 12:37-40).

135. The Messiah would speak in parables (Isaiah 6:9-10b, Matthew 13:13-15).

136. The Messiah would be a descendant of David (Isaiah 7:13-14, Matthew 1:1).

137. The Messiah would be born of a virgin (Isaiah 7:14a, Luke 1:34-35).

138. The Messiah would be Immanuel, “God with us.” Isaiah 7:14b, Matthew 1:21-23).

139. The Messiah would be God (Isaiah 7:14c, John 12:45).

140. The Messiah would be a “stumbling stone” for Israel (Isaiah 8:14, Matthew 21:43-44).

141. The Messiah would minister in Galilee (Isaiah 9:1-2a, Matthew 4:12-17).

142. The Messiah would be a light to the Gentiles (Isaiah 9:1-2b, Luke 2:28-32).

143. The birth of the Messiah (Isaiah 9:6a, Luke 2:11).

144. The Messiah would be the Son of God (Isaiah 9:6b, Luke 1:35).

145. The Messiah would be the “Wonderful Counselor” (Isaiah 9:6c, John 7:46).

146. The Messiah would be both man and God the “Mighty God” (Isaiah 9:6d, John 10:30).

147. The Messiah would be from everlasting the “Everlasting Father” (Isaiah 9:6e, Revelation 1:8).

148. The Messiah would be the “Prince of Peace” (Isaiah 9:6f, Colossians 1:20).

149. The Messiah would be a descendant of Jesse (Isaiah 11:1a, Luke 3:23-32).

150. The Messiah would grow upin a poor family (Isaiah 11:1b, Luke 2:7).

151. The Messiah would grow upin Nazareth (Isaiah 11:1c, Matthew 2:21-23).

152. The Messiah would have the full Spirit of God upon him (Isaiah 11:2a, Matthew 3:16-17).

153. The Messiah would have the Spirit of Wisdom (Isaiah 11:2b, Luke 2:40).

154. The Messiah would have the Spirit of Understanding (Isaiah 11:2c, Luke 2:40).

155. The Messiah would have the Spirit of Counsel (Isaiah 11:2d, Matthew 7:28-29).

156. The Messiah would have the Spirit of Might (Isaiah 11:2e, Matthew 8:27).

157. The Messiah would have the Spirit of the Knowledge of God (Isaiah 11:2f, John 7:29).

158. The Messiah would have the Spirit of the Fear of God (Isaiah 11:2g, Hebrews 5:7).

159. The Messiah would have a quick understanding in the fear of the Lord (Isaiah 11:3a, Luke 2:46-47).

160. The Messiah would not judge on the basis of external representations (Isaiah 11:3b, John 7:24).

161. The Messiah would judge the poor with righteousness (Isaiah 11:4, Mark 12:41-44).

162. The Messiah would be a descendant of Jesse (Isaiah 11:10a, Luke 3:23-32).

163. The Messiah would come for all people (Isaiah 11:10b, Acts 13:47-48).

164. The Messiah would have the key of David (Isaiah 22:22, Revelation 3:7).

165. The Messiah would defeat death (Isaiah 25:8, Revelation 1:18).

166. Others would rise to life at the resurrection of the Messiah (Isaiah 26:19, Matthew 27:52- 53).

167. The Messiah would be the cornerstone (Isaiah 28:16, 1 Peter 2:4-6).

168. The Messiah would heal the blind (Isaiah 35:5a, Mark 10:51-52).

169. The Messiah would heal the deaf (Isaiah 35:5b, Mark 7:32-35).

170. The Messiah would heal the lame (Isaiah 35:6a, Matthew 12:10-13).

171. The Messiah would heal the dumb (Isaiah 35:6b, Matthew 9:32-33).

172. The forerunner of the Messiah would live in the wilderness (Isaiah 40:3a, Matthew 3:1-4).

173. The forerunner would prepare people for the coming of the Messiah (Isaiah 40:3b, Luke 1:17).

174. The Messiah would be God (Isaiah 40:3c, John 10:30).

175. The Messiah would be as a shepherd (Isaiah 40:11, John 10:11).

176. The Messiah would be God’s servant (Isaiah 42:1a, John 4:34).

177. The Messiah would have the Spirit of God upon him (Isaiah 42:1b, Matthew 3:16-17).

178. The Messiah would please God (Isaiah 42:1c, Matthew 3:16-17).

179. The Messiah would not draw attention to himself (Isaiah 42:2, Matthew 12:15-21).

180. The Messiah would have compassion for the poor and needy (Isaiah 42:3, Matthew 11:4-5).

181. The Messiah would receive guidance from God (Isaiah 42:6a, John 5:19-20).

182. The Messiah would be ministered to by God (Isaiah 42:6b, John 8:29).

183. The Messiah would be the new covenant (Isaiah 42:6c, Matthew 26:28).

184. The Messiah would be a light to the Gentiles (Isaiah 42:6d, John 8:12).

185. The Messiah would heal the blind (Isaiah 42:7, Matthew 9:27-30).

186. The Messiah would be from everlasting (Isaiah 48:16a, John 1:1-2).

187. The Messiah would be sent from God (Isaiah 48:16b, John 7:29).

188. The Messiah would come for all people (Isaiah 49:1a, 1 Timothy 2:4-6).

189. The Messiah would be called to God’s service from the womb (Isaiah 49:1b, Matthew 1:20-21).

190. The Messiah would be called by his name before he was born (Isaiah 49:1c, Luke 1:30-31).

191. The Messiah’s words would be as a sharp sword (Isaiah 49:2a, Revelation 2:12-16).

192. The Messiah would be protected by God (Isaiah 49:2b, Matthew 2:13-15).

193. The Messiah would be responsible for the judgment of mankind (Isaiah 49:2c, John 5:22-29).

194. The Messiah would be God’s servant (Isaiah 49:3a, John 17:4).

195. The Messiah’s work would glorify God (Isaiah 49:3b, Matthew 15:30-31).

196. The Messiah would be distressed over Israel’s unbelief (Isaiah 49:4, Luke 19:41-42).

197. The Messiah would be God’s servant (Isaiah 49:5a, John 6:38).

198. The Messiah would come to bring Israel back to God (Isaiah 49:5b, Matthew 15:24).

199. The Messiah would be God’s servant (Isaiah 49:6a, John 12:49-50).

200. The Messiah would be a light to the Gentiles (Isaiah 49:6b, Acts 13:47-48).

201. The Messiah would be despised (Isaiah 49:7, John 10:20).

202. The Messiah would speak with knowledge given to him from God (Isaiah 50:4, John 12:49).

203. The Messiah would not be rebellious to God’s will (Isaiah 50:5, John 12:27).

204. The Messiah’s back would be whipped (Isaiah 50:6a, Matthew 27:26).

205. The Messiah’s face would be beaten and spit upon (Isaiah 50:6b, Matthew 26:67).

206. The Messiah would steadfastly set his face toward his mission (Isaiah 50:7, Luke 9:51-53).

207. The Messiah would be justified by his righteousness (Isaiah 50:8, 1 Timothy 3:16).

208. The Messiah would place his trust in God (Isaiah 50:8-10, John 11:7-10).

209. The Messiah would be God’s servant (Isaiah 52:13a, John 9:4).

210. The Messiah would be highly exalted (Isaiah 52:13b, Philippians 2:9-11).

211. The Messiah’s face would be disfigured from severe beatings (Isaiah 52:14, Matthew 26:67-68).

212. The Messiah’s blood would be shed to make atonement for all (Isaiah 52:15, Revelation 1:5).

213. The Messiah’s own people would not believe he was the Messiah (Isaiah 53:1, John 12:37-38).

214. The Messiah would grow upin Nazareth (Isaiah 53:2a, Matthew 2:21-23).

215. The Messiah would have the appearance of an ordinary man (Isaiah 53:2b, Philippians 2:7-8).

216. The Messiah would be despised (Isaiah 53:3a, Luke 4:28-29).

217. The Messiah would be rejected (Isaiah 53:3b, Matthew 27:21-23).

218. The Messiah would have great sorrow and grief (Isaiah 53:3c, Luke 19:41-42).

219. Men would hide from being associated with the Messiah (Isaiah 53:3d, Mark 14:50-52).

220. The Messiah would have a healing ministry (Isaiah 53:4a, Luke 6:17-19).

221. The Messiah would bear and carry upon himself the sins of the world (Isaiah 53:4b, 1 Peter 2:24).

222. The Messiah would be thought to be cursed by God (Isaiah 53:4c, Matthew 27:41- 43).

223. The Messiah would bear the penalty for mankind’s transgressions (Isaiah 53:5a, Luke 23:33).

224. The Messiah’s sacrifice would provide peace between man and God (Isaiah 53:5b, Colossians 1:20).

225. The Messiah’s back would be whipped (Isaiah 53:5c, Matthew 27:26).

226. The Messiah would be the sin-bearer for all mankind (Isaiah 53:6, Galatians 1:4).

227. The Messiah would be oppressed and afflicted (Isaiah 53:7a, Matthew 27:27-31).

228. The Messiah would be silent before his accusers (Isaiah 53:7b, Matthew 27:12-14).

229. The Messiah would be as a sacrificial lamb (Isaiah 53:7c, John 1:29).

230. The Messiah would be confined and persecuted (Isaiah 53:8a, Matthew 26:47-27:31).

231. The Messiah would be judged (Isaiah 53:8b, John 18:13-22).

232. The Messiah would be killed (Isaiah 53:8c, Matthew 27:35).

233. The Messiah would die for the sins of the world (Isaiah 53:8d, 1 John 2:2).

234. The Messiah would be buried in a rich man’s grave (Isaiah 53:9a, Matthew 27:57).

235. The Messiah would be innocent and had done no violence (Isaiah 53:9b, Mark 15:3).

236. The Messiah would have no deceit in his mouth (Isaiah 53:9c, John 18:38).

237. It was God’s will that the Messiah would die for all mankind (Isaiah 53:10a, John 18:11).

238. The Messiah would be an offering for sin (Isaiah 53:10b, Matthew 20:28).

239. The Messiah would be resurrected and live forever (Isaiah 53:10c, Mark 16:16).

240. The Messiah would prosper (Isaiah 53:10d, John 17:1-5).

241. God would be fully satisfied with the suffering of the Messiah (Isaiah 53:11a, John 12:27).

242. The Messiah would be God’s servant (Isaiah 53:11b, Romans 5:18-19).

243. The Messiah would justify man before God (Isaiah 53:11c, Romans 5:8-9).

244. The Messiah would be the sin-bearer for all mankind (Isaiah 53:11d, Hebrews 9:28).

245. Because of his sacrifice, the Messiah would be greatly exalted by God (Isaiah 53:12a, Matthew 28:18).

246. The Messiah would give uphis life to save mankind (Isaiah 53:12b, Luke 23:46).

247. The Messiah would be grouped with criminals (Isaiah 53:12c, Luke 23:32).

248. The Messiah would be the sin-bearer for all mankind (Isaiah 53:12d, 2 Corinthians 5:21).

249. The Messiah would intercede to God in behalf of mankind (Isaiah 53:12e, Luke 23:34).

250. The Messiah would be resurrected by God (Isaiah 55:3, Acts 13:34).

251. The Messiah would be a witness (Isaiah 55:4, John 18:37).

252. The Messiah would come to provide salvation (Isaiah 59:15-16a, John 6:40).

253. The Messiah would be the intercessor between man and God (Isaiah 59:15-16b, Matthew 10:32-33).

254. The Messiah would come to Zion as their Redeemer (Isaiah 59:20, Luke 2:38).

255. The Messiah would have the Spirit of God upon him (Isaiah 61:1, Matthew 3:16-17).

256. The Messiah would preach the good news (Isaiah 61:1-2, Luke 4:18-21).

257. The Messiah would come to provide salvation (Isaiah 63:5, John 3:17).

258. The Messiah would be discovered by a people who were not seeking him (Isaiah 65:1, Matthew 15:22-28).

259. The Messiah would be rejected by Israel (Isaiah 65:2, John 5:37-40).

Jeremiah

260. The Messiah would be a descendant of David (Jeremiah 23:5, Luke 3:23-31).

261. The Messiah would be Lord (Jeremiah 23:6, John 13:13).

262. Infants would die during an attempt to kill the babyMessiah (Jeremiah 31:15, Matthew 2:16).

263. The Messiah would be born of a virgin (Jeremiah 31:22, Matthew 1:18-20).

264. The Messiah would be the new covenant (Jeremiah 31:31, Matthew 26:28).

265. The Messiah would be a descendant of David (Jeremiah 33:14-15, Luke 3:23-31).

Lamentations

266. The Messiah would be struck on the face (Lamentations 3:30, John 18:22).

Ezekiel

267. The Messiah would be a descendant of David (Ezekiel 17:22-24, Luke 3:23-31).

268. The Messiah would be a descendant of David (Ezekiel 34:23-24, Matthew 1:1).

Daniel

269. The Messiah would ascend into heaven (Daniel 7:13-14a, Acts 1:9-11).

270. The Messiah would be highly exalted (Daniel 7:13-14b, Ephesians 1:20-22).

271. The Messiah’s dominion would be everlasting (Daniel 7:13-14c, Luke 1:31-33).

272. The Messiah would come to make an end to sins (Daniel 9:24a, Galatians 1:3-5).

273. The Messiah would be holy (Daniel 9:24b, Luke 1:35).

274. The Messiah would be announced to his people 483 years, to the exact day, after the decree to rebuild the city of Jerusalem (Daniel 9:25, John 12:12-13).

275. The Messiah would be killed (Daniel 9:26a, Matthew 27:35).

276. The Messiah would die for the sins of the world (Daniel 9:26b, Hebrews 2:9).

277. The Messiah would be killed before the destruction of the temple (Daniel 9:26c, Matthew 27:50-51).

278. A vision of the Messiah in a glorified state (Daniel 10:5-6, Revelation 1:13-16).

Hosea (circa 613 BC)

279. The Messiah would be the Son of God (Hosea 11:1a, Matthew 2:13-15).

280. The Messiah would be called out of Egypt (Hosea 11:1b, Matthew 2:13-15).

281. The Messiah would defeat death (Hosea 13:14, 1 Corinthians 15:55-57).

Joel

282. The Messiah would offer salvation to all mankind (Joel 2:32, Romans 10:12-13).

Amos

283. God would cause the sky to be darkened at noon (Amos 8:9, Matthew 27:45-46).

Micah

284. The Messiah would be born in Bethlehem (Micah 5:2a, Matthew 2:1-2).

285. The Messiah would be God’s servant (Micah 5:2b, John 15:10).

286. The Messiah would be from everlasting (Micah 5:2c, Revelation 1:8).

Haggai

287. The Messiah would visit the second Temple (Haggai 2:6-9, Luke 2:27-32).

288. The Messiah would be a descendant of Zerubbabel (Haggai 2:23, Luke 3:23-27).

Zechariah

289. The Messiah would be God as man and dwell among his people (Zechariah 2:10-11a,John 1:14).

290. The Messiah would be sent by God (Zechariah 2:10-11b, John 8:18-19).

291. The Messiah would be a descendant of Zerubbabel (Zechariah 3:8a, Luke 3:23-27).

292. The Messiah would be God’s servant (Zechariah 3:8b, John 17:4).

293. The Messiah would be Priest and King (Zechariah 6:12-13, Hebrews 8:1).

294. The Messiah would be greeted with rejoicing in Jerusalem (Zechariah 9:9a, Matthew 21:8-10).

295. The Messiah would be beheld as King (Zechariah 9:9b, John 12:12-13).

296. The Messiah would be just (Zechariah 9:9c, John 5:30).

297. The Messiah would bring salvation (Zechariah 9:9d, Luke 19:10).

298. The Messiah would be humble (Zechariah 9:9e, Matthew 11:29).

299. The Messiah would be presented to Jerusalem riding on a donkey (Zechariah 9:9f, Matthew 21:6-9).

300. The Messiah would be the cornerstone (Zechariah 10:4, Ephesians 2:20).

301. The Messiah’s rejection would cause God to remove His protection of Israel (Zechariah 11:10, Luke 19:41-44).

302. The Messiah would be betrayed for thirty pieces of silver (Zechariah 11:12, Matthew 26:14-15).

303. Thirty pieces of silver would be thrown into the house of the Lord (Zechariah 11:13a, Matthew 27:3-5).

304. Thirty pieces of silver would be used to buy the potter’s field (Zechariah 11:13b, Matthew 27:6-7).

305. The Messiah’s body would be pierced (Zechariah 12:10, John 19:34).

306. The Messiah would be God’s equal (Zechariah 13:7a, John 14:9).

307. The Messiah’s disciples would be “scattered.” Zechariah 13:7b, Matthew 26:31-56).

Malachi

308. A messenger would prepare the way for the Messiah (Malachi 3:1a, Matthew 11:10).

309. The Messiah would make a sudden appearance at the temple (Malachi 3:1b, Mark 11:15-16).

310. The Messiah would be the messenger of the new covenant (Malachi 3:1c, Luke 4:43).

311. The Messiah’s forerunner would come in the spirit of Elijah (Malachi 4:5, Matthew 3:1-2).

312. The Messiah’s forerunner would turn many to righteousness (Malachi 4:6, Luke 1:16-17).