prophecy fulfilled

332 Prophecies Fulfilled

From the beginning of time our Father has given us so many examples of His eternal love being poured out upon each of us. One of the best, most understandable pictures comes from the Old Testament. I have complied more than three hundred prophecies given in the Old Testament, fulfilled in the New Testament to help illustrate God’s great love for you today.

All the prophets throughout the Old Testament, from Genesis to Malachi, foretold vital information about the coming Messiah, Christ Jesus. It is mathematically impossible that one man could have fulfilled even a few of the specific prophecies, much less more than three hundred. Only on this one Person, in all of history, is the exact fulfillment of all these prophecies.

Christ Jesus, in fact, is the subject, goal, and center of all prophecy throughout the Old and New Testaments. He was what inspired the prophets through the centuries to testify beforehand of the birth, life, death, burial, and resurrection of the Savior.

Old Testament prophecies pointed forward to the Savior. When He came to earth, exactly as foretold, He then openly and candidly revealed to His followers, friends, and even enemies what had been written of Him.

It is my payer that you will make an eternal decision to live for the Lord Jesus as you read over these prophecies. We must accept Him as the eternal Savior when faced with all the prophecies of the Bible and centuries of living proof that He Jesus is “the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world” (John 1:29).

The message is unmistakable. No one forgives sin but God. Won’t you give the Lord Jesus your heart and life today?

332 Prophecies Fulfilled

1. Seed of a woman (virgin birth)—Gen. 3:15 Luke 1:35; Matt. 1:18–20

2. He will bruise Satan’s head—Gen. 3:15 Heb. 2:14; 1 John 3:18

3. Bodily ascension to heaven— Gen. 5:24 Mark 6:19

4. Son of Shem— Gen. 9:26–27 Luke 3:36

5. From Abraham’s seed— Gen. 12:3 Acts 3:25–26

6. Promised to Abraham’s seed— Gen. 12:7 Gal. 3:16

7. A priest after Melchizedek— Gen. 14:18 Heb. 6:20

8. A King also— Gen. 14:18 Heb. 7:2

9. Last Supper foreshadowed— Gen. 14:18 Matt. 26:26–29

10. Seed of Isaac— Gen. 17:19 Rom. 9:7

11. Lamb of God promised— Gen. 22:8 John 1:29

12. Isaac’s seed will bless all nations— Gen. 22:18 Gal. 3:16

13. Redeemer from seed of Isaac— Gen. 26:2–5 Heb. 11:18

14. Time of His appearing— Gen. 49:10 Luke 2:1–7; Gal. 4:4

15. Seed of Judah— Gen. 49:10 Luke 3:33

16. Called Shiloh or “One Sent”— Gen. 49:10 John 17:3

17. Before Judah loses identity— Gen. 49:10 John 11:47–52

18. Obedience to Him— Gen. 49:10 John 10:16

19. The Great I AM—Exod. 3:13–14 John 4:26

20. A Lamb without blemish— Exod. 12:5 1 Pet. 1:19

21. Lamb’s blood saves from wrath— Exod. 12:13 Rom. 5:8

22. Christ our Passover— Exod. 12:21–27 1 Cor. 5:7

23. No bone of the Lamb broken— Exod. 12:46 John 19:31–36

24. Exaltation predicted as Yeshua— Exod. 15:2 Acts 7:55–56

25. Holiness His character Exod. 15:11 Luke 1:35; Acts 4:27

26. Spiritual Rock of Israel— Exod. 17:6 1 Cor. 10:4

27. Merciful— Exod. 33:19 Luke 1:72

28. Leper cleansed; priesthood sign— Lev. 14:11 Luke 5:12–14; Matt. 8:2

29. Christ’s death once for all— Lev. 16:15–17; Heb. 9:7–14

30. Suffering outside the camp— Lev. 16:27 Matt. 27:33; Heb. 13:11–12

31. Blood, life of the flesh— Lev. 17:11 Matt. 26:28; Mark 10:45

32. Blood makes atonement— Lev. 17:11 John 3:14–18

33. “If any man thirst” drink offering— Lev. 23:36–37; John 19:31–36

34. Not a bone broken— Num. 9:12; John 19:31–36

35. Christ lifted up on cross— Num. 21:9; John 3:14–18

36. Time: “see him, but not now”— Num. 24:17; Gal. 4:4

37. A prophet would come— Deut. 18:15; John 6:14

38. Believed Moses, believe me— Deut. 18:15–16; John 5:45–47

39. Sent to speak Father’s word— Deut. 18:18; John 8:28–29

40. Bear sin if you will not hear— Deut. 18:19; John 12:15

41. Cursed; hangs on a tree— Deut. 21:23; Gal. 3:10–13

42. Christ redeemed us— Ruth 4:4–9; Eph. 1:3–7

43. An anointed King to the Lord— 1 Sam. 2:10; Matt. 28:18; John 12:15

44. David’s seed— 2 Sam. 7:12; Matt. 1:1

45. The Son of God— 2 Sam. 7:14; Luke 1:32

46. Establish David’s house forever 2 Sam. 7:16 Luke 3:31; Rev. 22:16

47. Bodily ascension to heaven— 2 Kings 2:11; Luke 24:51

48. David’s seed— 1 Chron. 17:11; Matt. 1:1; 9:27

49. Reign on David’s throne forever— 1 Chron. 17:12–13; Luke 1:32–33

50. “I will be his Father, and he…my Son”— 1 Chron. 17:13; Heb. 1:5

51. The Resurrection predicted— Job 19:23–27; John 5:24–29

52. Became lowly among men— Job 25:6; Matt. 27:30–31

53. Enmity of kings foreordained Ps. 2:1–3 Acts 4:25–28

54. To own the title “Anointed”— Ps. 2:2; Acts 2:36

55. His character: holiness— Ps. 2:6; Rev. 3:7

56. To own the title King— Ps. 2:6; Matt. 2:2

57. Declared the Beloved Son— Ps. 2:7; Matt. 3:17

58. The Crucifixion and Resurrection— Ps. 2:7–8; Acts 13:29–33

59. Life comes through faith in Him— Ps. 2:12; John 20:31

60. Mouth of babes perfect His praise— Ps. 8:2; Matt. 21:16

61. His humiliation and exaltation— Ps. 8:5–6 Luke 24:50–53; 1 Cor. 15:27

62. Was not to see corruption— Ps. 16:10; Acts 2:31

63. Was to arise from the dead— Ps. 16:9–11; John 20:9

64. The Resurrection predicted Ps. 17:15 Luke 24:6

65. Forsaken due to sins of others— Ps. 22:1 2; Cor. 5:21

66. Words from Calvary, “My God…” —Ps. 22:1; Mark 15:34

67. Darkness upon Calvary— Ps. 22:2; Matt. 27:45

68. They shake the head— Ps. 22:7; Matt. 27:39

69. Trusted God, let God help— Ps. 22:8; Matt. 27:43

70. Born the Savior— Ps. 22:9; Luke 2:7

71. Died of a broken heart— Ps. 22:14; John 19:34

72. Suffered agony on Calvary— Ps. 22:14–15; Mark 15:34–37

73. He thirsted— Ps. 22:15; John 19:28

74. Pierced His hands and feet— Ps. 22:16; John 19:34,37; 20:27

75. Stripped Him before men— Ps. 22:17–18; Luke 23:34–35

76. They parted His garments— Ps. 22:18; John 19:23–24

77. He committed Himself to God— Ps. 22:20–21; Luke 23:46

78. Satan bruised Redeemer’s heel— Ps. 22:20–21; Heb. 2:14

79. His resurrection declared— Ps. 22:22; John 20:17

80. The Governor of the nations— Ps. 22:27–28; Col. 1:16

81. “It is finished” —Ps. 22:31 John 19:30

82. “I am the Good Shepherd”— Ps. 23:1; John 10:11

83. His exaltation predicted— Ps. 24:3; Acts 1:11; Phil. 2:9

84. His ascension— Ps. 24:7–10; John 7:33

85. His resurrection predicted— Ps. 30:3; Acts 2:32

86. “Into thy hands I commend my spirit”— Ps. 31:5; Luke 23:46

87. His acquaintances fled from Him— Ps. 31:11; Mark 14:50

88. Took counsel to put Him to death— Ps. 31:13; John 11:53

89. He trusted God, let Him deliver— Ps. 31:14–15; Matt. 27:43

90. Not a bone of Him broken— Ps. 34:20; John 19:31–36

91. False witnesses against Him— Ps. 35:11; Matt. 26:59

92. He was hated without a cause— Ps. 35:19; John 15:25

93. His friends stood afar off— Ps. 38:11; Luke 23:49

94. Joy of His resurrection predicted— Ps. 40:2–5; John 20:20

95. His delight, the will of the Father— Ps. 40:6–8; John 4:34

96. Righteousness preached in Israel— Ps. 40:9; Matt. 4:17

97. Confronted in the garden— Ps. 40:14; John 18:1

98. Betrayed by a familiar friend— Ps. 41:9; John 13:18

99. Grace came from His lips Ps. 45:2 Luke 4:22

100. To own the title, God or Elohim— Ps. 45:6; Heb. 1:8

101. Anointed by the Holy Spirit— Ps. 45:7; Matt. 3:16; Heb.1:9

102. Called Christ (Messiah, Anointed)— Ps. 45:7–8; Luke 2:11

103. Worthy of our worship— Ps. 45:11; Matt. 2:2

104. Betrayed by a friend, not enemy— Ps. 55:12–14; John 13:18

105. Unrepentant death of betrayer— Ps. 55:15; Matt. 27:3–5; Acts 1:16–19

106. To give gifts to men— Ps. 68:18; Eph. 4:7–16

107. Ascended into heaven— Ps. 68:18; Luke 24:51

108. Hated without a cause— Ps. 69:4; John 15:25

109. A stranger to own brethren— Ps. 69:8; Luke 8:20–21

110. Zealous for the Lord’s house— Ps. 69:9; John 2:17

111. Messiah’s anguish before cross Ps. 69:14–20 Matt. 26:36–45

112. “My soul is exceeding sorrowful” —Ps. 69:20; Matt. 26:38

113. Given vinegar in thirst— Ps. 69:21; Matt. 27:34

114. Savior given and smitten— Ps. 69:26; John 17:4; 18:11

115. Great persons were to visit Him— Ps. 72:10–11; Matt. 2:1–11

116. Corn of wheat fall to ground— Ps. 72:16; John 12:24

117. Name, Yinon, produce offspring— Ps. 72:17; John 1:12–13

118. All nations blessed by Him— Ps. 72:17; Acts 2:11–12,41

119. He would teach in parables— Ps. 78:1–2; Matt. 13:34–35

120. Spoke wisdom with authority— Ps. 78:2; Matt. 7:29

121. From the tribe of Judah— Ps. 78:67–68; Luke 3:33

122. He would have compassion— Ps. 86:15; Matt. 9:36

123. They stood afar off and watched— Ps. 88:8; Luke 23:49

124. Higher than earthly kings— Ps. 89:27; Luke 1:32–33

125. David’s seed endures forever— Ps. 89:35–37; Luke 1:32–33

126. His character: faithfulness— Ps. 89:36–37; Rev. 1:5

127. He is from everlasting— Ps. 90:2; Mic. 5:2 John 1:1

128. Identified as messianic— Ps. 91:11–12; Luke 4:10–11

129. His exaltation predicted— Ps. 97:9 Acts 1:11; Eph. 1:20

130. His character: goodness— Ps. 100:5; Matt. 19:16–17

131. Suffering, reproach of Calvary— Ps. 102:1–11; John 19:16–18

132. Messiah is the preexistent Son— Ps. 102:25–27; Heb. 1:10–12

133. Ridiculed— Ps. 109:25; Matt. 27:39

134. Son of David— Ps. 110:1; Matt. 22:43

135. Ascend to right hand of Father— Ps. 110; 1 Mark 16:19

136. David’s son called Lord— Ps. 110:1; Matt. 22:44–45

137. Priest after Melchizedek’s order— Ps. 110:4; Heb. 6:20

138. His character: compassionate— Ps. 112:4; Matt. 9:36

139. Resurrection assured— Ps. 118:17–18; Luke 24:5–7; 1 Cor. 15:20

140. Rejected stone is head of corner— Ps. 118:22–23; Matt. 21:42

141. Blessed One presented to Israel— Ps. 118:26; Matt. 21:9

142. To come while temple standing— Ps. 118:26; Matt. 21:12–15

143. Seed of David (fruit of His body)— Ps. 132:11; Luke 1:32

144. David’s seed amazes kings— Ps. 138:1–6; Matt. 2:2–6

145. Earthly ministry of Christ— Ps. 147:3,6; Luke 4:18

146. He will send the Spirit of God—Ps. 147:18; John 16:7

147. A friend of sinners— Prov. 18:24; Matt. 11:19

148. The altogether lovely One— Song of Sol. 5:16; John 1:17

149. Judge among nations— Isa. 2:4; Luke 11:22

150. Beautiful branch and true vine— Isa. 4:2; John 15:1

151. When Isaiah saw His glory— Isa. 6:1; John 12:40–41

152. Parables fall on deaf ears— Isa. 6:9–10; Matt. 13:13–15

153. Blind to Christ, deaf to His words— Isa. 6:9–12; Acts 28:23–29

154. To be born of a virgin— Isa. 7:14; Luke 1:35

155. To be Emmanuel, God with us— Isa. 7:14; Matt. 1:18–23

156. Called Emmanuel— Isa. 8:8; Matt. 28:20

157. Stumbling stone, rock of offense Isa. 8:14 1 Pet. 2:8

158. His ministry to begin in Galilee Isa. 9:1–2 Matt. 4:12–17

159. A child born, humanity Isa. 9:6 Luke 1:31

160. A Son given, deity— Isa. 9:6; Luke 1:32; John 1:14; 1 Tim. 3:16

161. Declared Son of God with power— Isa. 9:6; Rom. 1:3–4

162. The Wonderful One, Peleh— Isa. 9:6; Luke 4:22

163. The Counselor, Yaatz— Isa. 9:6; Matt. 13:54

164. The Mighty God, El Gibor— Isa. 9:6; Matt. 11:20

165. Everlasting Father, Avi Adth— Isa. 9:6; John 8:58

166. The Prince of Peace, Sar Shalom— Isa. 9:6; John 16:33

167. Establish everlasting kingdom —Isa. 9:7; Luke 1:32–33

168. His character: just— Isa. 9:7; John 5:30

169. No end government/throne/peace— Isa. 9:7; Luke 1:32–33

170. Called a Nazarene— Isa. 11:1; Matt. 2:23

171. A rod out of Jesse, Son of Jesse— Isa. 11:1; Luke 3:23,32

172. The anointed One by the Spirit— Isa. 11:2; Matt. 3:16–17

173. His character: wisdom— Isa. 11:2; John 4:4–26

174. His character: truth— Isa. 11:4; John 14:6

175. The Gentiles seek Him— Isa. 11:10; John 12:18–21

176. Called Jesus, Yeshua (salvation)— Isa. 12:2; Matt. 1:21

177. The Resurrection predicted—Isa. 25:8 1; Cor. 15:54

178. Power of resurrection predicted— Isa. 26:19 ;John 11:43–44

179. Precious cornerstone— Isa. 28:16; Acts 4:11–12

180. Hypocritical obedience to Word— Isa. 29:13; Matt. 15:7–9

181. Wise confounded by the Word— Isa. 29:14; 1 Cor. 1:18–31

182. A refuge, hiding place— Isa. 32:2; Matt. 23:37

183. He will come and save you— Isa. 35:4; Matt. 1:21

184. To have a ministry of miracles— Isa. 35:5; Matt. 11:4–6

185. Preceded by forerunner— Isa. 40:3–4; John 1:23

186. “Behold your God”— Isa. 40:9; John 1:36; 19:14

187. Shepherd, compassionate life-giver— Isa. 40:11; John 10:10–18

188. Faithful, patient redeemer— Isa. 42:1–4; Matt. 12:18–21

189. Meek and lowly— Isa. 42:2; Matt. 11:28–30

190. He brings hope for the hopeless— Isa. 42:3; John 4:1–26

191. Nations wait on His teachings— Isa. 42:4; John 12:20–26

192. The Light, salvation of Gentiles— Isa. 42:6; Luke 2:32

193. His is a worldwide compassion— Isa. 42:1,6; Matt. 28:19–20

194. Blind eyes opened— Isa. 42:7; John 9:25–38

195. He is the only Savior— Isa. 43:11; Acts 4:12

196. He will send the Spirit of God— Isa. 44:3; John 16:7,13

197. He will be the Judge— Isa. 45:23; John 5:22; Rom. 14:11

198. The first and the last— Isa. 48:12; John 1:30; Rev. 1:8,17

199. He came as Teacher— Isa. 48:17; John 3:2

200. Called from the womb— Isa. 49:1; Matt. 1:18

201. A Servant from the womb— Isa. 49:5; Luke 1:31; Phil. 2:7

202. He is salvation for Israel —Isa. 49:6; Luke 2:29–32

203. He is the Light of the Gentiles— Isa. 49:6; Acts 13:47

204. Salvation unto ends of the earth— Isa. 49:6; Acts 15:7–18

205. He is despised of the nation— Isa. 49:7; John 8:48–49

206. Heaven black at His humiliation— Isa. 50:3; Luke 23:44–45

207. Learned counselor for the weary— Isa. 50:4; Matt. 11:28–29

208. Servant bound willingly to obey— Isa. 50:5; Matt. 26:39

209. “I gave my back to the smiters”— Isa. 50:6; Matt. 27:26

210. He was smitten on the cheeks— Isa. 50:6; Matt. 26:67

211. He was spat upon— Isa. 50:6; Matt. 27:30

212. Publish good tidings of peace— Isa. 52:7; Luke 4:14–15

213. The Servant exalted— Isa. 52:13; Acts 1:8–11; Eph. 1:19–22

214. “Behold, my servant”— Isa. 52:13; Phil. 2:5–8

215. The Servant shockingly abused— Isa. 52:14; Luke 18:31–34; Matt. 26:67–68

216. Nations startled by His message— Isa. 52:15; Rom. 15:18–21

217. His blood shed, atonement for all— Isa. 52:15; Rev. 1:5

218. His people would not believe Him— Isa. 53:1; John 12:37–38

219. He grew up in a poor family— Isa. 53:2; Luke 2:7

220. Appearance of an ordinary man— Isa. 53:2; Phil. 2:7–8

221. Despised— Isa. 53:3; Luke 4:28–29

222. Rejected —Isa. 53:3; Matt. 27:21–23

223. Great sorrow and grief— Isa. 53:3; Luke 19:41–42

224. Men hide from His association— Isa. 53:3; Mark 14:50–52

225. He would have a healing ministry— Isa. 53:4; Luke 6:17–19

226. Bear the sins of the world— Isa. 53:4; 1 Pet. 2:24

227. Thought to be cursed by God— Isa. 53:4; Matt. 27:41–43

228. Bears penalty for man’s sin— Isa. 53:5; Luke 23:33

229. Peace between man and God— Isa. 53:5; Col. 1:20

230. His back would be whipped— Isa. 53:5; Matt. 27:26

231. Sin-Bearer for all mankind— Isa. 53:6; Gal. 1:4

232. God’s will to bear man’s sin— Isa. 53:6; 1 John 4:10

233. Oppressed and afflicted— Isa. 53:7; Matt. 27:27–31

234. Silent before His accusers— Isa. 53:7; Matt. 27:12–14

235. Sacrificial Lamb— Isa. 53:7; John 1:29

236. Confined and persecuted— Isa. 53:8; Matt. 26:47—27:31

237. He would be judged— Isa. 53:8; John 18:13–22

238. Stricken and crucified— Isa. 53:8; Matt. 27:35

239. Dies for the sins of the world— Isa. 53:8; 1 John 2:2

240. Buried in a rich man’s grave— Isa. 53:9; Matt. 27:57

241. Innocent, had done no violence— Isa. 53:9; Mark 15:3

242. No deceit in his mouth— Isa. 53:9; John 18:38

243. God’s will that He die for man— Isa. 53:10; John 18:11

244. An offering for sin— Isa. 53:10; Matt. 20:28

245. Resurrected and lives forever— Isa. 53:10; Mark 16:16

246. He would prosper— Isa. 53:10; John 17:1–5

247. God satisfied with His suffering— Isa. 53:11; John 12:27

248. God’s servant— Isa. 53:11; Rom. 5:18–19

249. Would justify man before God— Isa. 53:11; Rom. 5:8–9

250. The Sin-Bearer for all mankind —Isa. 53:11; Heb. 9:28

251. Exalted by God for His sacrifice Isa. 53:12 Matt. 28:18

252. Gave His life to save mankind— Isa. 53:12; Luke 23:46

253. Grouped with criminals— Isa. 53:12; Luke 23:32

254. Sin-Bearer for all mankind— Isa. 53:12; 2 Cor. 5:21

255. Intercedes on man’s behalf— Isa. 53:12; Luke 23:34

256. Resurrected by God— Isa. 55:3; Acts 13:34

257. A Witness— Isa. 55:4; John 18:37

258. Inhabits eternity, lives in heart— Isa. 57:15; Rom. 10:10

259. His ministry set captives free— Isa. 58:6; Luke 4:17–18

260. Came to provide salvation— Isa. 59:15–16; John 6:40

261. Intercedes between man and God— Isa. 59:15–16; Matt. 10:32

262. Came to Zion as Redeemer— Isa. 59:20; Luke 2:38

263. The Spirit of God upon Him— Isa. 61:1–2; Matt. 3:16–17

264. Preached the good news— Isa. 61:1–2; Luke 4:17–21

265. Provided freedom from bondage— Isa. 61:1–2; John 8:31–32

266. Proclaim a period of grace— Isa. 61:1–2; John 5:24

267. Power to save— Isa. 61:3; Matt. 9:6

268. Giving joy for mourning—Isa. 63:1; John 17:13

269. Descendant of David—Jer. 23:5-6; Luke 3:23–31

270. The Messiah would be God— Jer. 23:5-6; John 13:13

271. The Messiah both God and man— Jer. 23:5–6; 1 Tim. 3:16

272. Born of a virgin— Jer. 31:22; Matt. 1:18–20

273. Messiah was the new covenant— Jer. 31:31; Matt. 26:28

274. Descendant of David —Jer. 33:14–15; Luke 3:23–31

275. Spoke words of God— Ezek. 2:1; John 17:8

276. Descendant of David— Ezek. 17:22–24; Luke 3:23–31

277. With amazement men marvel— Ezek. 32:10; Mark 5:20

278. Descendant of David— Ezek. 34:23–24; Matt. 1:1

279. He would ascend into heaven—Dan. 7:13–14; Acts 1:9–11

280. Highly exalted—Dan. 7:13–14; Eph. 1:20–22

281. His dominion everlasting— Dan. 7:13–14; Luke 1:31–33

282. To make an end to sins— Dan. 9:24; Gal. 1:3–5

283. He would be holy— Dan. 9:24; Luke 1:35

284. Decree to rebuild Jerusalem— Dan. 9:25; John 12:12–13

285. Messiah cut off —Dan. 9:26; Matt. 27:35

286. Die for the sins of the world— Dan. 9:26; Heb. 2:9

287. Killed before temple’s destruction— Dan. 9:26; Matt. 27:50–51

288. Messiah in a glorified state— Dan. 10:5–6; Rev. 1:13–16

289. The personification of love— Hosea 11:4; 2 Cor. 5:14

290. He would defeat death— Hosea 13:14; 1 Cor. 15:55–57

291. His Spirit poured out— Joel 2:28; Acts 2:17–18

292. Offer salvation to all mankind— Joel 2:32; Rom. 10:12–13

293. Preexistence of Christ —Mic. 5:2; Heb. 1:8

294. Born in Bethlehem— Mic. 5:2; Matt. 2:1–2

295. God’s servant— Mic. 5:2; John 15:10

296. From everlasting— Mic. 5:2; John 8:58

297. He would visit second temple— Hag. 2:6–9; Luke 2:27–32

298. Descendant of Zerubbabel— Hag. 2:23; Luke 3:23–27

299. God’s servant— Zech. 3:8; John 17:4

300. Priest and King— Zech. 6:12–13; Heb. 8:1

301. Greeted with rejoicing in Jerusalem—; Zech. 9:9; Matt. 21:8–10

302. Beheld as King— Zech. 9:9; John 12:12–13

303. The Messiah would be just— Zech. 9:9; John 5:30

304. The Messiah brought salvation— Zech. 9:9; Luke 19:10

305. The Messiah would be humble— Zech. 9:9; Matt. 11:29

306. Rode donkey into Jerusalem— Zech. 9:9; Matt. 21:6–9

307. The cornerstone— Zech. 10:4; Eph. 2:20

308. Unfit leaders in Israel— Zech. 11:4-6; Matt. 23:1–4

309. Protection removed at rejection —Zech. 11:4–6; Luke 19:41–44

310. Rejected in favor of another king— Zech. 11:4–6; John 19:13–15

311. Ministry to poor —Zech. 11:7; Matt. 9:35–36

312. Unbelief forces rejection— Zech. 11:8; Matt. 23:13–36

313. Despised and abhorred —Zech. 11:8; Matt. 27:20

314. Ceases ministry to His rejectors— Zech. 11:9; Matt. 3:10–11

315. Protection removed at rejection —Zech. 11:10–11; Luke 19:41–44

316. The Messiah would be God— Zech. 11:10–11; John 14:7

317. Betrayed for 30 pieces of silver— Zech. 11:12–13; Matt. 26:14–15

318. Rejected —Zech. 11:12–13; Matt. 26:14–15

319. Silver thrown into house of Lord— Zech. 11:12–13; Matt. 27:3–5

320. Messiah would be God— Zech. 11:12–13; John 12:45

321. Messiah’s body would be pierced— Zech. 12:10; John 19:34–37

322. Messiah both God and man— Zech. 12:10; John 10:30

323. The Messiah would be rejected— Zech. 12:10; John 1:11

324. His will to die for mankind— Zech. 13:7; John 18:11

325. A violent death— Zech. 13:7; Matt. 27:35

326. Both God and man— Zech. 13:7; John 14:9

327. Israel scattered for rejecting Him— Zech. 13:7; Matt. 26:31–56

328. Messenger prepared the way— Mal. 3:1; Matt. 11:10

329. Sudden appearance at temple— Mal. 3:1; Mark 11:15–16

330. Messenger of the New Covenant— Mal. 3:1; Luke 4:43

331. Forerunner in the spirit of Elijah— Mal. 4:5; Matt. 3:1–2

332. Turn many to righteousness— Mal. 4:6; Luke 1:16–17


From Lamb of God by Benny Hinn, copyright (c) 2004 Clarion Call Marketing. Used by permission, Dallas, Texas.

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