356 Prophecies Fulfilled in Jesus Christ"Search the scriptures... they are they which testify of me." (Jesus Christ, John 5:39).
"Lo, I come: in the volume of the book it is written of me" (Psalm 40:7).
"The testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy" (Revelation 19:10).
"...all things must be fulfilled, which were written in the law of Moses, and in the prophets, and in the psalms, concerning me" (Jesus Christ, Luke 24:44).
"And beginning at Moses and all the prophets, he expounded unto them in all the scriptures the things concerning himself." (Jesus Christ, Luke 24:27).
"For had ye believed Moses, ye would have believed me: for he wrote of me." (Jesus Christ, John 5:46).
"To Him give all the prophets witness" (Acts 10:43).
|1. Gen. 3:15||Seed of a woman (virgin birth)||Galatians 4:4-5, Matthew 1:18|
|2. Gen. 3:15||He will bruise Satan's head||Hebrews 2:14, 1John 3:8|
|3. Gen. 3:15||Christ's heel would be bruised with nails on the cross||Matthew 27:35, Luke 24:39-40|
|4. Gen. 5:24||The bodily ascension to heaven illustrated||Mark 16:19, Rev. 12:5|
|5. Gen. 9:26, 27||The God of Shem will be the Son of Shem||Luke 3:23-36|
|6. Gen. 12:3||Seed of Abraham will bless all nations||Galatians 3:8, Acts 3:25, 26|
|7. Gen. 12:7||The Promise made to Abraham's Seed||Galatians 3:16|
|8. Gen. 14:18||A priest after the order of Melchizedek||Hebrews 6:20|
|9. Gen. 14:18||King of Peace and Righteousness||Hebrews 7:2|
|10. Gen. 14:18||The Last Supper foreshadowed||Matthew 26:26-29|
|11. Gen. 17:19||Seed of Isaac (Gen. 21:12)||Romans 9:7|
|12. Gen. 22:8||The Lamb of God promised||John 1:29|
|13. Gen. 22:18||As Isaac's seed, will bless all nations||Galatians 3:16|
|14. Gen. 26:2-5||The Seed of Isaac promised as the Redeemer||Hebrews 11:18|
|15. Gen. 28:12||The Bridge to heaven||John 1:51|
|16. Gen. 28:14||The Seed of Jacob||Luke 3:34|
|17. Gen. 49:10||The time of His coming||Luke 2:1-7; Galatians 4:4|
|18. Gen. 49:10||The Seed of Judah||Luke 3:33|
|19. Gen. 49:10||Called Shiloh or One Sent||John 17:3|
|20. Gen. 49:10||Messiah to come before Judah lost identity||John 11:47-52|
|21. Gen. 49:10||Unto Him shall the obedience of the people be||John 10:16|
|22. Ex. 3:13-15||The Great "I AM"||John 4:26; 8:58|
|23. Ex. 12:3-6||The Lamb presented to Israel 4 days before Passover||Mark 11:7-11|
|24. Ex. 12:5||A Lamb without blemish||Hebrews 9:14; 1Peter 1:19|
|25. Ex. 12:13||The blood of the Lamb saves from wrath||Romans 5:8|
|26. Ex. 12:21-27||Christ is our Passover||1Corinthians 5:7|
|27. Ex. 12:46||Not a bone of the Lamb to be broken||John 19:31-36|
|28. Ex. 15:2||His exaltation predicted as Yeshua||Acts 7:55, 56|
|29. Ex. 15:11||His Character-Holiness||Luke 1:35; Acts 4:27|
|30. Ex. 17:6||The Spiritual Rock of Israel||1Corinthians 10:4|
|31. Ex. 33:19||His Character-Merciful||Luke 1:72|
|32. Lev. 1:2-9||His sacrifice a sweet smelling savor unto God||Ephesians 5:2|
|33. Lev. 14:11||The leper cleansed-Sign to priesthood||Luke 5:12-14; Acts 6:7|
|34. Lev. 16:15-17||Prefigures Christ's once-for-all death||Hebrews 9:7-14|
|35. Lev. 16:27||Suffering outside the Camp||Matthew 27:33; Heb. 13:11, 12|
|36. Lev. 17:11||The Blood-the life of the flesh||Matthew 26:28; Mark 10:45|
|37. Lev. 17:11||It is the blood that makes atonement||Rom. 3:23-24; 1John 1:7|
|38. Lev. 23:36-37||The Drink-offering: "If any man thirst"||John 7:37|
|39. Num. 9:12||Not a bone of Him broken||John 19:31-36|
|40. Num. 21:9||The serpent on a pole-Christ lifted up||John 3:14-18; 12:32|
|41. Num. 24:17||Time: "I shall see him, but not now."||John 1:14; Galatians 4:4|
|42. Deut. 18:15||"This is of a truth that prophet."||John 6:14|
|43. Deut. 18:15-16||"Had ye believed Moses, ye would believe me."||John 5:45-47|
|44. Deut. 18:18||Sent by the Father to speak His word||John 8:28, 29|
|45. Deut. 18:19||Whoever will not hear must bear his sin||Acts 3:22-23|
|46. Deut. 21:23||Cursed is he that hangs on a tree||Galatians 3:10-13|
|47. Joshua 5:14-15||The Captain of our salvation||Hebrews 2:10|
|48. Ruth 4:4-10||Christ, our kinsman, has redeemed us||Ephesians 1:3-7|
|49. 1 Sam. 2:35||A Faithful Priest||Heb. 2:17; 3:1-3, 6; 7:24-25|
|50. 1 Sam. 2:10||Shall be an anointed King to the Lord||Mt. 28:18, John 12:15|
|51. 2 Sam. 7:12||David's Seed||Matthew 1:1|
|52. 2 Sam. 7:13||His Kingdom is everlasting||2Peter 1:11|
|53. 2 Sam. 7:14||The Son of God||Luke 1:32, Romans 1:3-4|
|54. 2 Sam. 7:16||David's house established forever||Luke 3:31; Rev. 22:16|
|55. 2 Ki. 2:11||The bodily ascension to heaven illustrated||Luke 24:51|
|56. 1 Chr. 17:11||David's Seed||Matthew 1:1; 9:27|
|57. 1 Chr. 17:12-13||To reign on David's throne forever||Luke 1:32, 33|
|58. 1 Chr. 17:13||"I will be His Father, He...my Son."||Hebrews 1:5|
|59. Job 9:32-33||Mediator between man and God||1 Timothy 2:5|
|60. Job 19:23-27||The Resurrection predicted||John 5:24-29|
|61. Psa. 2:1-3||The enmity of kings foreordained||Acts 4:25-28|
|62. Psa. 2:2||To own the title, Anointed (Christ)||John 1:41, Acts 2:36|
|63. Psa. 2:6||His Character-Holiness||John 8:46; Revelation 3:7|
|64. Psa. 2:6||To own the title King||Matthew 2:2|
|65. Psa. 2:7||Declared the Beloved Son||Matthew 3:17, Romans 1:4|
|66. Psa. 2:7, 8||The Crucifixion and Resurrection intimated||Acts 13:29-33|
|67. Psa. 2:8, 9||Rule the nations with a rod of iron||Rev. 2:27; 12:5; 19:15|
|68. Psa. 2:12||Life comes through faith in Him||John 20:31|
|69. Psa. 8:2||The mouths of babes perfect His praise||Matthew 21:16|
|70. Psa. 8:5, 6||His humiliation and exaltation||Hebrews 2:5-9|
|71. Psa. 9:7-10||Judge the world in righteousness||Acts 17:31|
|72. Psa. 16:10||Was not to see corruption||Acts 2:31; 13:35|
|73. Psa. 16:9-11||Was to arise from the dead||John 20:9|
|74. Psa. 17:15||The resurrection predicted||Luke 24:6|
|75. Psa. 18:2-3||The horn of salvation||Luke 1:69-71|
|76. Psa. 22:1||Forsaken because of sins of others||2 Corinthians 5:21|
|77. Psa. 22:1||"My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?"||Matthew 27:46|
|78. Psa. 22:2||Darkness upon Calvary for three hours||Matthew 27:45|
|79. Psa. 22:7||They shoot out the lip and shake the head||Matthew 27:39-44|
|80. Psa. 22:8||"He trusted in God, let Him deliver Him"||Matthew 27:43|
|81. Psa. 22:9-10||Born the Saviour||Luke 2:7|
|82. Psa. 22:12-13||They seek His death||John 19:6|
|83. Psa. 22:14||His blood poured out when they pierced His side||John 19:34|
|84. Psa. 22:14, 15||Suffered agony on Calvary||Mark 15:34-37|
|85. Psa. 22:15||He thirsted||John 19:28|
|86. Psa. 22:16||They pierced His hands and His feet||John 19:34, 37; 20:27|
|87. Psa. 22:17, 18||Stripped Him before the stares of men||Luke 23:34, 35|
|88. Psa. 22:18||They parted His garments||John 19:23, 24|
|89. Psa. 22:20, 21||He committed Himself to God||Luke 23:46|
|90. Psa. 22:20, 21||Satanic power bruising the Redeemer's heel||Hebrews 2:14|
|91. Psa. 22:22||His Resurrection declared||John 20:17|
|92. Psa. 22:27-28||He shall be the governor of the nations||Colossians 1:16|
|93. Psa. 22:31||"It is finished"||John 19:30, Heb. 10:10, 12, 14, 18|
|94. Psa. 23:1||"I am the Good Shepherd"||John 10:11, 1Peter 2:25|
|95. Psa. 24:3||His exaltation predicted||Acts 1:11; Philippians 2:9|
|96. Psa. 30:3||His resurrection predicted||Acts 2:32|
|97. Psa. 31:5||"Into thy hands I commit my spirit"||Luke 23:46|
|98. Psa. 31:11||His acquaintances fled from Him||Mark 14:50|
|99. Psa. 31:13||They took counsel to put Him to death||Mt. 27:1, John 11:53|
|100. Psa. 31:14, 15||"He trusted in God, let Him deliver him"||Matthew 27:43|
|101. Psa. 34:20||Not a bone of Him broken||John 19:31-36|
|102. Psa. 35:11||False witnesses rose up against Him||Matthew 26:59|
|103. Psa. 35:19||He was hated without a cause||John 15:25|
|104. Psa. 38:11||His friends stood afar off||Luke 23:49|
|105. Psa. 38:12||Enemies try to entangle Him by craft||Mark 14:1, Mt. 22:15|
|106. Psa. 38:12-13||Silent before His accusers||Matthew 27:12-14|
|107. Psa. 38:20||He went about doing good||Acts 10:38|
|108. Psa. 40:2-5||The joy of His resurrection predicted||John 20:20|
|109. Psa. 40:6-8||His delight-the will of the Father||John 4:34, Heb. 10:5-10|
|110. Psa. 40:9||He was to preach the Righteousness in Israel||Matthew 4:17|
|111. Psa. 40:14||Confronted by adversaries in the Garden||John 18:4-6|
|112. Psa. 41:9||Betrayed by a familiar friend||John 13:18|
|113. Psa. 45:2||Words of Grace come from His lips||John 1:17, Luke 4:22|
|114. Psa. 45:6||To own the title, God or Elohim||Hebrews 1:8|
|115. Psa. 45:7||A special anointing by the Holy Spirit||Mt. 3:16; Heb. 1:9|
|116. Psa. 45:7, 8||Called the Christ (Messiah or Anointed)||Luke 2:11|
|117. Psa. 45:17||His name remembered forever||Ephesians 1:20-21, Heb. 1:8|
|118. Psa. 55:12-14||Betrayed by a friend, not an enemy||John 13:18|
|119. Psa. 55:15||Unrepentant death of the Betrayer||Matthew 27:3-5; Acts 1:16-19|
|120. Psa. 68:18||To give gifts to men||Ephesians 4:7-16|
|121. Psa. 68:18||Ascended into Heaven||Luke 24:51|
|122. Psa. 69:4||Hated without a cause||John 15:25|
|123. Psa. 69:8||A stranger to own brethren||John 1:11; 7:5|
|124. Psa. 69:9||Zealous for the Lord's House||John 2:17|
|125. Psa. 69:14-20||Messiah's anguish of soul before crucifixion||Matthew 26:36-45|
|126. Psa. 69:20||"My soul is exceeding sorrowful."||Matthew 26:38|
|127. Psa. 69:21||Given vinegar in thirst||Matthew 27:34|
|128. Psa. 69:26||The Saviour given and smitten by God||John 17:4; 18:11|
|129. Psa. 72:10, 11||Great persons were to visit Him||Matthew 2:1-11|
|130. Psa. 72:16||The corn of wheat to fall into the Ground||John 12:24-25|
|131. Psa. 72:17||Belief on His name will produce offspring||John 1:12, 13|
|132. Psa. 72:17||All nations shall be blessed by Him||Galatians 3:8|
|133. Psa. 72:17||All nations shall call Him blessed||John 12:13, Rev. 5:8-12|
|134. Psa. 78:1-2||He would teach in parables||Matthew 13:34-35|
|135. Psa. 78:2||To speak the Wisdom of God with authority||Matthew 7:29|
|136. Psa. 80:17||The Man of God's right hand||Mark 14:61-62|
|137. Psa. 88||The Suffering and Reproach of Calvary||Matthew 27:26-50|
|138. Psa. 88:8||They stood afar off and watched||Luke 23:49|
|139. Psa. 89:9||He calms the wind and the sea||Matthew 8:26|
|140. Psa. 89:27||Firstborn||Colossians 1:15, 18|
|141. Psa. 89:27||Emmanuel to be higher than earthly kings||Luke 1:32, 33|
|142. Psa. 89:35-37||David's Seed, throne, kingdom endure forever||Luke 1:32, 33|
|143. Psa. 89:36-37||His character-Faithfulness||Revelation 1:5; 19:11|
|144. Psa. 90:2||He is from everlasting (Micah 5:2)||John 1:1|
|145. Psa. 91:11, 12||Identified as Messianic; used to tempt Christ||Luke 4:10, 11|
|146. Psa. 97:9||His exaltation predicted||Acts 1:11; Ephesians 1:20|
|147. Psa. 100:5||His character-Goodness||Matthew 19:16, 17|
|148. Psa. 102:1-11||The Suffering and Reproach of Calvary||John 19:16-30|
|149. Psa. 102:25-27||Messiah is the Preexistent Son||Hebrews 1:10-12|
|150. Psa. 109:25||Ridiculed||Matthew 27:39|
|151. Psa. 110:1||Son of David||Matthew 22:42-43|
|152. Psa. 110:1||To ascend to the right-hand of the Father||Mark 16:19|
|153. Psa. 110:1||David's son called Lord||Matthew 22:44, 45|
|154. Psa. 110:4||A priest after Melchizedek's order||Hebrews 6:20|
|155. Psa. 112:4||His character-Compassionate, Gracious, et al||Matthew 9:36|
|156. Psa. 118:17, 18||Messiah's Resurrection assured||Luke 24:5-7; 1Cor. 15:20|
|157. Psa. 118:22, 23||The rejected stone is Head of the corner||Matthew 21:42, 43|
|158. Psa. 118:26||The Blessed One presented to Israel||Matthew 21:9|
|159. Psa. 118:26||To come while Temple standing||Matthew 21:12-15|
|160. Psa. 132:11||The Seed of David (the fruit of His Body)||Luke 1:32, Act 2:30|
|161. Psa. 129:3||He was scourged||Matthew 27:26|
|162. Psa. 138:1-6||The supremacy of David's Seed amazes kings||Matthew 2:2-6|
|163. Psa. 147:3, 6||The earthly ministry of Christ described||Luke 4:18|
|164. Prov. 1:23||He will send the Spirit of God||John 16:7|
|165. Prov. 8:23||Foreordained from everlasting||Rev. 13:8, 1Peter 1:19-20|
|166. Song. 5:16||The altogether lovely One||John 1:17|
|167. Isa. 2:3||He shall teach all nations||John 4:25|
|168. Isa. 2:4||He shall judge among the nations||John 5:22|
|169. Isa. 6:1||When Isaiah saw His glory||John 12:40-41|
|170. Isa. 6:8||The One Sent by God||John 12:38-45|
|171. Isa. 6:9-10||Parables fall on deaf ears||Matthew 13:13-15|
|172. Isa. 6:9-12||Blinded to Christ and deaf to His words||Acts 28:23-29|
|173. Isa. 7:14||To be born of a virgin||Luke 1:35|
|174. Isa. 7:14||To be Emmanuel-God with us||Matthew 1:18-23, 1Tim. 3:16|
|175. Isa. 8:8||Called Emmanuel||Matthew 1:23|
|176. Isa. 8:14||A stone of stumbling, a Rock of offense||1Peter 2:8|
|177. Isa. 9:1, 2||His ministry to begin in Galilee||Matthew 4:12-17|
|178. Isa. 9:6||A child born-Humanity||Luke 1:31|
|179. Isa. 9:6||A Son given-Deity||Luke 1:32, John 1:14, 1Tim. 3:16|
|180. Isa. 9:6||Declared to be the Son of God with power||Romans 1:3, 4|
|181. Isa. 9:6||The Wonderful One, Peleh||Luke 4:22|
|182. Isa. 9:6||The Counsellor, Yaatz||Matthew 13:54|
|183. Isa. 9:6||The Mighty God, El Gibor||1Cor. 1:24, Titus 2:13|
|184. Isa. 9:6||The Everlasting Father, Avi Adth||John 8:58; 10:30|
|185. Isa. 9:6||The Prince of Peace, Sar Shalom||John 16:33|
|186. Isa. 9:7||Inherits the throne of David||Luke 1:32|
|187. Isa. 9:7||His Character-Just||John 5:30|
|188. Isa. 9:7||No end to his Government, Throne, and kingdom||Luke 1:33|
|189. Isa. 11:1||Called a Nazarene-the Branch, Netzer||Matthew 2:23|
|190. Isa. 11:1||A rod out of Jesse-Son of Jesse||Luke 3:23, 32|
|191. Isa. 11:2||Anointed One by the Spirit||Matthew 3:16, 17, Acts 10:38|
|192. Isa. 11:2||His Character-Wisdom, Knowledge, et al||Colossians 2:3|
|193. Isa. 11:3||He would know their thoughts||Luke 6:8, John 2:25|
|194. Isa. 11:4||Judge in righteousness||Acts 17:31|
|195. Isa. 11:4||Judges with the sword of His mouth||Rev. 2:16; 19:11, 15|
|196. Isa. 11:5||Character: Righteous & Faithful||Rev. 19:11|
|197. Isa. 11:10||The Gentiles seek Him||John 12:18-21|
|198. Isa. 12:2||Called Jesus-Yeshua||Matthew 1:21|
|199. Isa. 22:22||The One given all authority to govern||Revelation 3:7|
|200. Isa. 25:8||The Resurrection predicted||1Corinthians 15:54|
|201. Isa. 26:19||His power of Resurrection predicted||Matthew 27:50-54|
|202. Isa. 28:16||The Messiah is the precious corner stone||Acts 4:11, 12|
|203. Isa. 28:16||The Sure Foundation||1Corinthians 3:11, Mt. 16:18|
|204. Isa. 29:13||He indicated hypocritical obedience to His Word||Matthew 15:7-9|
|205. Isa. 29:14||The wise are confounded by the Word||1Corinthians 1:18-31|
|206. Isa. 32:2||A Refuge-A man shall be a hiding place||Matthew 23:37|
|207. Isa. 35:4||He will come and save you||Matthew 1:21|
|208. Isa. 35:5-6||To have a ministry of miracles||Matthew 11:2-6|
|209. Isa. 40:3, 4||Preceded by forerunner||John 1:23|
|210. Isa. 40:9||"Behold your God."||John 1:36; 19:14|
|211. Isa. 40:10.||He will come to reward||Revelation 22:12|
|212. Isa. 40:11||A shepherd-compassionate life-giver||John 10:10-18|
|213. Isa. 42:1-4||The Servant-as a faithful, patient redeemer||Matthew 12:18-21|
|214. Isa. 42:2||Meek and lowly||Matthew 11:28-30|
|215. Isa. 42:3||He brings hope for the hopeless||Mt. 12:14-21; John 4:1-54|
|216. Isa. 42:4||The nations shall wait on His teachings||John 12:20-26|
|217. Isa. 42:6||The Light (salvation) of the Gentiles||Luke 2:32|
|218. Isa. 42:1, 6||His is a worldwide compassion||Matthew 28:19, 20|
|219. Isa. 42:7||Blind eyes opened.||John 9:25-38|
|220. Isa. 43:11||He is the only Saviour.||Acts 4:12|
|221. Isa. 44:3||He will send the Spirit of God||John 16:7, 13|
|222. Isa. 45:21-25||He is Lord and Saviour||Philippians 3:20, Titus 2:13|
|223. Isa. 45:23||He will be the Judge||John 5:22; Romans 14:11|
|224. Isa. 46:9, 10||Declares things not yet done||John 13:19|
|225. Isa. 48:12||The First and the Last||John 1:30, Revelation 1:8, 17|
|226. Isa. 48:16, 17||He came as a Teacher||John 3:2|
|227. Isa. 49:1||Called from the womb-His humanity||Matthew 1:18|
|228. Isa. 49:5||A Servant from the womb.||Luke 1:31, Philippians 2:7|
|229. Isa. 49:6||He will restore Israel||Acts 3:19-21; 15:16-17|
|230. Isa. 49:6||He is Salvation for Israel||Luke 2:29-32|
|231. Isa. 49:6||He is the Light of the Gentiles||John 8:12, Acts 13:47|
|232. Isa. 49:6||He is Salvation unto the ends of the earth||Acts 15:7-18|
|233. Isa. 49:7||He is despised of the Nation||John 1:11; 8:48-49; 19:14-15|
|234. Isa. 50:3||Heaven is clothed in black at His humiliation||Luke 23:44, 45|
|235. Isa. 50:4||He is a learned counselor for the weary||Matthew 7:29; 11:28, 29|
|236. Isa. 50:5||The Servant bound willingly to obedience||Matthew 26:39|
|237. Isa. 50:6||"I gave my back to the smiters."||Matthew 27:26|
|238. Isa. 50:6||He was smitten on the cheeks||Matthew 26:67|
|239. Isa. 50:6||He was spat upon||Matthew 27:30|
|240. Isa. 52:7||Published good tidings upon mountains||Matthew 5:12; 15:29; 28:16|
|241. Isa. 52:13||The Servant exalted||Acts 1:8-11; Eph. 1:19-22, Php. 2:5-9|
|242. Isa. 52:14||The Servant shockingly abused||Luke 18:31-34; Mt. 26:67, 68|
|243. Isa. 52:15||Nations startled by message of the Servant||Luke 18:31-34; Mt. 26:67, 68|
|244. Isa. 52:15||His blood shed sprinkles nations||Hebrews 9:13-14, Rev. 1:5|
|245. Isa. 53:1||His people would not believe Him||John 12:37-38|
|246. Isa. 53:2||Appearance of an ordinary man||Philippians 2:6-8|
|247. Isa. 53:3||Despised||Luke 4:28-29|
|248. Isa. 53:3||Rejected||Matthew 27:21-23|
|249. Isa. 53:3||Great sorrow and grief||Matthew 26:37-38, Luke 19:41, Heb. 4:15|
|250. Isa. 53:3||Men hide from being associated with Him||Mark 14:50-52|
|251. Isa. 53:4||He would have a healing ministry||Matthew 8:16-17|
|252. Isa. 53:4||Thought to be cursed by God||Matthew 26:66; 27:41-43|
|253. Isa. 53:5||Bears penalty for mankind's iniquities||2Cor. 5:21, Heb. 2:9|
|254. Isa. 53:5||His sacrifice provides peace between man and God||Colossians 1:20|
|255. Isa. 53:5||His sacrifice would heal man of sin||1Peter 2:24|
|256. Isa. 53:6||He would be the sin-bearer for all mankind||1John 2:2; 4:10|
|257. Isa. 53:6||God's will that He bear sin for all mankind||Galatians 1:4|
|258. Isa. 53:7||Oppressed and afflicted||Matthew 27:27-31|
|259. Isa. 53:7||Silent before his accusers||Matthew 27:12-14|
|260. Isa. 53:7||Sacrificial lamb||John 1:29, 1Peter 1:18-19|
|261. Isa. 53:8||Confined and persecuted||Matthew 26:47-75; 27:1-31|
|262. Isa. 53:8||He would be judged||John 18:13-22|
|263. Isa. 53:8||Killed||Matthew 27:35|
|264. Isa. 53:8||Dies for the sins of the world||1John 2:2|
|265. Isa. 53:9||Buried in a rich man's grave||Matthew 27:57|
|266. Isa. 53:9||Innocent and had done no violence||Luke 23:41, John 18:38|
|267. Isa. 53:9||No deceit in his mouth||1Peter 2:22|
|268. Isa. 53:10||God's will that He die for mankind||John 18:11|
|269. Isa. 53:10||An offering for sin||Matthew 20:28, Galatians 3:13|
|270. Isa. 53:10||Resurrected and live forever||Romans 6:9|
|271. Isa. 53:10||He would prosper||John 17:1-5|
|272. Isa. 53:11||God fully satisfied with His suffering||John 12:27|
|273. Isa. 53:11||God's servant would justify man||Romans 5:8-9, 18-19|
|274. Isa. 53:11||The sin-bearer for all mankind||Hebrews 9:28|
|275. Isa. 53:12||Exalted by God because of his sacrifice||Matthew 28:18|
|276. Isa. 53:12||He would give up his life to save mankind||Luke 23:46|
|277. Isa. 53:12||Numbered with the transgressors||Mark 15:27-28; Luke 22:37|
|278. Isa. 53:12||Sin-bearer for all mankind||1Peter 2:24|
|279. Isa. 53:12||Intercede to God in behalf of mankind||Luke 23:34, Rom. 8:34|
|280. Isa. 55:3||Resurrected by God||Acts 13:34|
|281. Isa. 55:4||A witness||John 18:37|
|282. Isa. 55:4||He is a leader and commander||Hebrews 2:10|
|283. Isa. 55:5||God would glorify Him||Acts 3:13|
|284. Isa. 59:16||Intercessor between man and God||Matthew 10:32|
|285. Isa. 59:16||He would come to provide salvation||John 6:40|
|286. Isa. 59:20||He would come to Zion as their Redeemer||Luke 2:38|
|287. Isa. 60:1-3||He would shew light to the Gentiles||Acts 26:23|
|288. Isa. 61:1||The Spirit of God upon him||Matthew 3:16-17|
|289. Isa. 61:1||The Messiah would preach the good news||Luke 4:16-21|
|290. Isa. 61:1||Provide freedom from the bondage of sin||John 8:31-36|
|291. Isa. 61:1-2||Proclaim a period of grace||Galatians 4:4-5|
|292. Jer. 11:21||Conspiracy to kill Jesus||John 7:1, Matthew 21:38|
|293. Jer. 23:5-6||Descendant of David||Luke 3:23-31|
|294. Jer. 23:5-6||The Messiah would be both God and Man||John 13:13, 1Ti 3:16|
|295. Jer. 31:22||Born of a virgin||Matthew 1:18-20|
|296. Jer. 31:31||The Messiah would be the new covenant||Matthew 26:28|
|297. Jer. 33:14-15||Descendant of David||Luke 3:23-31|
|298. Eze.34:23-24||Descendant of David||Matthew 1:1|
|299. Eze.37:24-25||Descendant of David||Luke 1:31-33|
|300. Dan. 2:44-45||The Stone that shall break the kingdoms||Matthew 21:44|
|301. Dan. 7:13-14||He would ascend into heaven||Acts 1:9-11|
|302. Dan. 7:13-14||Highly exalted||Ephesians 1:20-22|
|303. Dan. 7:13-14||His dominion would be everlasting||Luke 1:31-33|
|304. Dan. 9:24||To make an end to sins||Galatians 1:3-5|
|305. Dan. 9:24||To make reconciliation for iniquity||Romans 5:10, 2Cor. 5:18-21|
|306. Dan. 9:24||He would be holy||Luke 1:35|
|307. Dan. 9:25||His announcement||John 12:12-13|
|308. Dan. 9:26||Cut off||Matthew 16:21; 21:38-39|
|309. Dan. 9:26||Die for the sins of the world||Hebrews 2:9|
|310. Dan. 9:26||Killed before the destruction of the temple||Matthew 27:50-51|
|311. Dan. 10:5-6||Messiah in a glorified state||Revelation 1:13-16|
|312. Hos. 11:1||He would be called out of Egypt||Matthew 2:15|
|313. Hos. 13:14||He would defeat death||1Corinthians 15:55-57|
|314. Joel 2:32||Offer salvation to all mankind||Romans 10:9-13|
|315. Jonah 1:17||Death and resurrection of Christ||Matthew 12:40; 16:4|
|316. Mic. 5:2||Born in Bethlehem||Matthew 2:1-6|
|317. Mic. 5:2||Ruler in Israel||Luke 1:33|
|318. Mic. 5:2||From everlasting||John 8:58|
|319. Hag. 2:6-9||He would visit the second Temple||Luke 2:27-32|
|320. Hag. 2:23||Descendant of Zerubbabel||Luke 2:27-32|
|321. Zech. 3:8||God's servant||John 17:4|
|322. Zech. 6:12-13||Priest and King||Hebrews 8:1|
|323. Zech. 9:9||Greeted with rejoicing in Jerusalem||Matthew 21:8-10|
|324. Zech. 9:9||Beheld as King||John 12:12-13|
|325. Zech. 9:9||The Messiah would be just||John 5:30|
|326. Zech. 9:9||The Messiah would bring salvation||Luke 19:10|
|327. Zech. 9:9||The Messiah would be humble||Matthew 11:29|
|328. Zech. 9:9||Presented to Jerusalem riding on a donkey||Matthew 21:6-9|
|329. Zech. 10:4||The cornerstone||Ephesians 2:20|
|330. Zech. 11:4-6||At His coming, Israel to have unfit leaders||Matthew 23:1-4|
|331. Zech. 11:4-6||Rejection causes God to remove His protection||Luke 19:41-44|
|332. Zech. 11:4-6||Rejected in favor of another king||John 19:13-15|
|333. Zech. 11:7||Ministry to "poor," the believing remnant||Matthew 9:35-36|
|334. Zech. 11:8||Unbelief forces Messiah to reject them||Matthew 23:33|
|335. Zech. 11:8||Despised||Matthew 27:20|
|336. Zech. 11:9||Stops ministering to those who rejected Him||Matthew 13:10-11|
|337. Zech. 11:10-11||Rejection causes God to remove protection||Luke 19:41-44|
|338. Zech. 11:10-11||The Messiah would be God||John 14:7|
|339. Zech. 11:12-13||Betrayed for thirty pieces of silver||Matthew 26:14-15|
|340. Zech. 11:12-13||Rejected||Matthew 26:14-15|
|341. Zech. 11:12-13||Thirty pieces of silver cast in the house of the Lord||Matthew 27:3-5|
|342. Zech. 11:12-13||The Messiah would be God||John 12:45|
|343. Zech. 12:10||The Messiah's body would be pierced||John 19:34-37|
|344. Zech. 12:10||The Messiah would be both God and man||John 10:30|
|345. Zech. 12:10||The Messiah would be rejected||John 1:11|
|346. Zech. 13:7||God's will He die for mankind||John 18:11|
|347. Zech. 13:||A violent death||Mark 14:27|
|348. Zech. 13:7||Both God and man||John 14:9|
|349. Zech. 13:7||Israel scattered as a result of rejecting Him||Matthew 26:31-56|
|350. Zech. 14:4||He would return to the Mt. of Olives||Acts 1:11-12|
|351. Mal. 3:1||Messenger to prepare the way for Messiah||Mark 1:1-8|
|352. Mal. 3:1||Sudden appearance at the temple||Mark 11:15-16|
|353. Mal. 3:1||Messenger of the new covenant||Luke 4:43|
|354. Mal. 3:6||The God who changes not||Hebrews 13:8|
|355. Mal. 4:5||Forerunner in spirit of Elijah||Mt. 3:1-3; 11:10-14; 17:11-13|
|356. Mal. 4:6||Forerunner would turn many to righteousness||Luke 1:16-17|
"And she brought forth a man child, who was to rule all nations with a rod of iron: and her child was caught up unto God, and to his throne." (Revelation 12:5)
There were many prophecies in the OT pertaining to the coming Christ. "there shall come a Star out of Jacob, and a Sceptre shall rise out of Israel... Out of Jacob shall come he that shall have dominion" (Numbers 24:17, 19) and again, "But thou, Bethlehem Ephratah, though thou be little among the thousands of Judah, yet out of thee shall he come forth unto me that is to be ruler in Israel; whose goings forth have been from of old, from everlasting." (Micah 5:2) This led the wise men of the east to come to Jerusalem saying, "Where is he that is born King of the Jews? for we have seen his star in the east, and are come to worship him." (Matthew 2:2) From this they knew that out of Bethlehem, from the tribe of Judah, "shall come a Governor, that shall rule my people Israel." (v. 6)
In that day, genealogical records were readily available in the Temple. But after the Messiah died for our sins and rose again from the dead for our justification, in AD 70, the temple was destroyed with all its genealogical records. The Jews were then scattered to the nations of the world, so we could truly say from that time, the Sceptre departed from Judah, for with no certainty can any Jew prove he is from the tribe of Judah. So with this certainty, we knew that Shiloh has come, for He is the "Lion of the tribe of Judah".
"But when the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law" (Galatians 4:4).
And this is not hard to discern as this was also clearly spoken of the Messiah in Isaiah 53, that He "was cut off out of the land of the living", and ever so clearly in Daniel 9:27, that at the appointed time "shall Messiah be cut off, but not for himself", no, not for Himself, but "for the transgression of my people was he stricken" (Isaiah 53:8).
Furthermore, this being conspired in the minds of the detractors, "that his name be no more remembered", would certainly remind us of Psalm 83, where it is written, "Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation; that the name of Israel may be no more in remembrance." Here speaking of Israel, but once again, typified as Christ (Ex. 4:22, Hosea 11:1, Mt. 2:15) whom is identified as Israel, my firstborn Son whom He called out of Egypt, whom through the loins of Israel He was to come as the promised Seed of Abraham.
And Christ, foreknowing all things prophesied of this also saying, "the Son of man must suffer many things, and be rejected of the elders, and of the chief priests, and scribes, and be killed, and after three days rise again" (Mark 8:31). And again, "they shall mock him, and shall scourge him, and shall spit upon him, and shall kill him: and the third day he shall rise again." (Mark 10:34) And this being in their mind, we are told, "the Jews sought to kill him" (John 7:1), the Prince of life. And for what purpose? Even the ignorant Caiaphas prophesied that, "it is expedient for us, that one man should die for the people" (John 11:50). And so, Christ died for our sins, He was buried, and rose again from the dead according to the Scriptures. Hallelujah!
There are so many riches and treasures and wonders hidden in the Scriptures that they are just too wonderful for me.
"...come, let us kill him..." (Matthew 21:38)
See Also: Last Days Prophecies
Bottom line: JESUS CHRIST is the only way!
CAN YOU SEE A SHEEP'S HEAD IN THE VATICAN'S WORLD'S LARGEST
WHO'S FREQUENCY RUNS YOU? .IF YOU KNOW THE TRUTH U CAN C THE LIE ! WHO'S YOUR DADDY?
Our creator has many names I AM, ABBA , EL ,FATHER etc
Don't no bout "gap theory"
The Creator cleaned house with the flood during Noah's time not b4 Adam appearance.
Tell me your understanding- why & what reason for the flood?
Have you read & researched the book of Enoch ?
There is non-arguable proof of the Nephilim then & now
Cain:was the name of the 1st child [Hebrew translation]
Hebel:: was the "SON" of Adam [Hebrew translation]
Do your eyes see..... can your ears hear ?
demonic activity started in Heaven with iniquity in the heart of lucifer, then the 1st Angelic lie to the other 1/3 Angels in which they left their 1st estate[got the boot to earth pre-Adam]
These fallen Angels walked & lived with the Creator a supernatural relationship that we have never experienced or can even relate to,Angels being supernaturally portioned [super power] is how we learned what we know today, so DNA manipulation into making a hybrid [ie dinosaurs, dragons, giants,reptilians,aliens,bigfoot,loch nest, cyclopes sen tar etc] has happened and is still going on hello Clones,A I Sophia, humezee human/chimpanzee !!Tell me your thoughts thxs If your Spiritual you know about supernatural ! The Resurrection ! hallelujah
Good, you do not believe the false teaching of the "gap theory"
God tells us the reason for the Flood, because the wickedness of man was great and his thoughts were only evil continually. He had filled the earth with violence and corrupted God's way upon the earth.
"And GOD saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually. And it repented the LORD that he had made man on the earth, and it grieved him at his heart. And the LORD said, I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth; both man, and beast, and the creeping thing, and the fowls of the air; for it repenteth me that I have made them." (Genesis 6:5-7)
"The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence. And God looked upon the earth, and, behold, it was corrupt; for all flesh had corrupted his way upon the earth. And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth." (Genesis 6:11-13)
Yes I have read the "book of Enoch", which is not the inspired and preserved Word of God. God preserved one prophecy of Enoch in Jude 1:14-15. There is no Biblical evidence that he wrote a book.
Yes the first sin in the universe was when Lucifer thought to do evil. "How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations! For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north: I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High. Yet thou shalt be brought down to hell, to the sides of the pit." (Isaiah 14:12-15) And as we know from Revelation 12 that 1/3 of an innumerable company of angels followed him.
Dinosaurs are just extinct lizards that God had created in the beginning, not "DNA manipulation". Not sure why you folk try to make the Bible say what it does not say, and run to un-Biblical sources to support your case. Before mankind goes too far in his corruption as in the days of Noah, He will intervene in a different way than when He confused the languages of man at Babel (Genesis 11:6-9), and that is with His glorious Second Coming when He returns to save His people Israel, destroy the nations who come against Jerusalem, and to put down evil and set up His Kingdom, when Satan will be bound for 1000 years.
I have read Isaiah 7:1 through Isaiah 7:15 and I do not understand how Isaiah 7:14 has anything to do with Jesus. It looks like a conversation between Isaiah and King Ahaz. Can someone explain to me how Isaiah 7:14 relates to Jesus?
Concerning the "sign" or miracle spoken by the prophet Isaiah, of a virgin who would conceive, was also fulfilled in Jesus Christ our Messiah (Matthew 1:18-23). This "sign" was given to the whole "house of David" (Isaiah 7:13), consequently fulfilling also that primeval prophecy concerning the "seed of the woman" (Genesis 3:15). This would be an entirely new thing, that is, this virgin would encompass the Messiah in her womb (Jeremiah 31:22). Men produce genetic seed naturally, but a woman could only generate a "seed" supernaturally, via the virgin birth. God "prepared a body" (Hebrews 10:5) in the womb of the "virgin", and the "fullness of the Godhead" dwelt in Him bodily (Colossians 2:9).
Prophecy was often times written in a way that they would have a near and far fulfillment. Now the New covenant makes it clear that Messiah is that one who would be born of a virgin, the "seed of the woman", but here is something that may help you through this. Now Israel and Syria were confederate against Judah to make war and overthrow Jerusalem. But God promised that it would not come to pass. God then told Ahaz, king of Judah, to ask a sign of the Lord God, and he would not. So what does the Lord say? He does not address Ahaz but says, "Hear ye now, O house of David; Is it a small thing for you to weary men, but will ye weary my God also? Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel." (Isaiah 7:13-14)
Ahaz piously refused to ask as the Lord commanded, so He said, I will give you a sign myself. He said here is a miracle, the "virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel" whose name means God with us. This was the far part of that prophecy, for it was two fold, and the other sign, "before the child shall know to refuse the evil, and choose the good, the land that thou abhorrest shall be forsaken of both her kings." Isaiah here is speaking the oracles of God and says, "before the child", what child?, his own son, Shearjashub, who was there, perhaps in Isaiah's arms, before he grows up to know the difference between good and evil, the kings of Syria and Ephraim should come to nought.
Many commentators have said that a virgin in Isaiah's day got married and had a child, but we should keep in mind, that for a woman to conceive and have a child naturally is no miracle or sign at all. Rather, a miracle would be as we read in the New Covenant, "Now the birth of Jesus Christ was on this wise: When as his mother Mary was espoused to Joseph, before they came together, she was found with child of the Holy Ghost... And knew her not till she had brought forth her firstborn son: and he called his name JESUS." (Matthew 1:18, 25)
Joseph did not believe in the virgin birth either until the angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream.
"Joseph her husband, being a just man, and not willing to make her a publick example, was minded to put her away privily. But while he thought on these things, behold, the angel of the Lord appeared unto him in a dream, saying, Joseph, thou son of David, fear not to take unto thee Mary thy wife: for that which is conceived in her is of the Holy Ghost. And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name JESUS: for he shall save his people from their sins. Now all this was done, that it might be fulfilled which was spoken of the Lord by the prophet, saying, Behold, a virgin shall be with child, and shall bring forth a son, and they shall call his name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us." (Matthew 1:19-23)
I now see what the problem is. I am reading it according to the original Hebrew to English translation. You are not. According to the Hebrew to English translation it is a young woman, the translation you are using, uses the word virgin. I do not know the reason for the mistranslation on the version you are using. But thank you for your interpretation.
Paul, virgin is no mistranslated at all. The Hebrew word "almah" is a word that denotes a young woman who is a virgin. In the Septuagint, the Greek translation of the Hebrew Scriptures, "almah" was translated by the 70 Greek/Hebrew scholars as "parthenes" which can only mean "virgin". It appears that they clearly understood the meaning of "almah", to be that of a young woman that is a virgin.
Furthermore, "naarah" is the Hebrew word to denote a "young woman". Almah is the Hebrew word to denote a young woman that is a virgin, and when the 54 scholars translated the KJV they chose to translate almah, in this particular context, to be virgin. Here is an example that uses both these words: In regards to Rebekah, "the damsel (Heb. naarah) was very fair to look upon, a virgin (Heb. almah), neither had any man known her: and she went down to the well, and filled her pitcher, and came up." (Genesis 24:16) Rebekah was a "damsel" (Heb. naarah; young woman) but also a "virgin" (Heb. almah) (Genesis 24:43) before she met Isaac.
I would also like to point out, of the seven times that the word "almah" is used in the OT, there is no instance where it can be proved that this word designates a young woman who is not a virgin. "Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a SIGN (Note: SIGN is also translated "miracle". What sort of "miracle" would this be if a "young woman" got pregnant by a man?); Behold, a VIRGIN [Hebrew: Almah] shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel" (Isaiah 7:14).
Indeed the "sign" would be a miracle that the Lord would reveal to the "house of David", which the Lord at the first offered to Ahaz to ask any sign to prove that the saying of the Lord was true, but instead, Ahaz wearied the Lord, and in pious unbelief, was afraid to ask. Yet he could have asked the Lord anything for nothing is too difficult for Him.
I believe Isaiah 7:14 should be understood as follows: Behold! The virgin (looking back to that primeval promise of the coming Messiah to destroy the work of the devil, Genesis 3:15), shall conceive and bear a son, "the Seed of the woman" (not of man), who would be God with us, God manifest in the flesh.
I would like to reiterate, that when it is said, "before the child shall know to refuse the evil, and choose the good, the land that thou abhorrest shall be forsaken of both her kings" (Isaiah 7:15-16). I believe this may be understood of Isaiah's child, Shearjashub, which he had along with him, and was bidden to take with him (Isaiah 7:3), and who therefore must be supposed to bear some part, or answer some end or other, in this prophecy; and this, to assure Ahaz and the house of David that the land which was abhorred by them should be forsaken of both its kings, before the child that was with him was grown to years of discretion. In the space of a few years, this remarkable deliverance should be wrought, and the Jews freed from all fears of being destroyed by these two kings.
And so this prophecy, as well as many others, offers a near and far prophecy, the near, that it may be seen and fulfilled in the days of the prophet, to prove if Isaiah was a true or false prophet which was punishable by stoning. And would thereby lend credence to the far prophecy, which would be fulfilled long after Isaiah had passed from this scene. And so we read in the Scriptures, "Unto whom it was revealed, that not unto themselves, but unto us they did minister the things, which are now reported unto you by them that have preached the gospel unto you with the Holy Ghost sent down from heaven..." (1 Peter 1:12)
Every Hebrew to English source I have checked states that Almah means young woman not young woman that is a virgin. But you are going to go with your story no matter what I state, that is fine. You have a story to tell and you will tell it however you want and need to tell it to prove what you want it to prove. It is a shame that you have to interpret another religion's holy scripture wrong, to make your point.
Well Paul, this could be settled rather easy. Just give me one example where it can be proved that this word "almah" designates a young woman who is not a virgin.
The Jewish Publication Society Tanakh had almah translated into English as young woman. Not young woman that is a virgin. In this case I will trust a Jewish source. Like I would trust a Christian source for the New Testament and a Muslim source for the Koran.
I know this is difficult for those who reject the Messiah to accept. But if you will be honest with yourself you will find that of the seven times "almah" is used in the Scriptures it is never used to describe a "young, presently married woman." It is important to remember that in the Bible, a young Jewish woman of marriageable age was presumed to be chaste.
Another thing for you to consider, is when the 70 Greek and Hebrew scholars translated the Septuagint, this was 200 years before the Christian era so the translators had no "Christian" bias, and they translated "almah" as "parthenes" which can only mean "virgin" which rests on the older Jewish interpretation. This was an important translation for at that time, for Greek was the predominant language of the day, and many Jews were still scattered about the Grecian empire.
The modern English translations of the Tanakh which you are referring to came after the Christian era, and expresses the Jewish translators bias against Christ and their rejection of their Messiah.
One more thing you might consider, is that Isaiah 7:14 does not have a history of Jewish messianic interpretation and the very unlikelihood of this passage being interpreted messianically makes the New Testament account all the more credible. In other words, the gospel writer, Matthew, was not trying to fit Jesus' life into a traditional mold, but rather turned to Scripture to explain what had taken place in the event of the virgin birth.
"Now the birth of Jesus Christ was on this wise: When as his mother Mary was espoused to Joseph, before they came together, she was found with child of the Holy Ghost. Then Joseph her husband, being a just man, and not willing to make her a publick example, was minded to put her away privily. But while he thought on these things, behold, the angel of the Lord appeared unto him in a dream, saying, Joseph, thou son of David, fear not to take unto thee Mary thy wife: for that which is conceived in her is of the Holy Ghost. And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name JESUS: for he shall save his people from their sins. Now all this was done, that it might be fulfilled which was spoken of the Lord by the prophet, saying, Behold, a virgin shall be with child, and shall bring forth a son, and they shall call his name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us." (Matthew 1:18-23)
If you read on in Isaiah, you will find out who this Son is. "For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. Of the increase of his government and peace there shall be no end, upon the throne of David, and upon his kingdom, to order it, and to establish it with judgment and with justice from henceforth even for ever. The zeal of the LORD of hosts will perform this." (Isaiah 9:6-7)
The "time of Jacob's Trouble" (Jeremiah 30:4-7) is right on the doorstep. I pray you are prepared to meet your God.
"And to you who are troubled rest with us, when the Lord Jesus shall be revealed from heaven with his mighty angels, In flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God, and that obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ: Who shall be punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord, and from the glory of his power; When he shall come to be glorified in his saints, and to be admired in all them that believe (because our testimony among you was believed) in that day." (2 Thessalonians 1:7-10)
It's not difficult for me to accept that Jesus is not the Jewish Messiah. You can presume all you want about the meaning of words from the Tanakh, but your presumption does not mean it is right.
you make me laugh. Why would the Jewish translation have bias against Jesus for? it is clear that Jesus is not the Jewish Messiah. I say that because Christians claim that G-d is the father of Jesus, not Joseph. According to the Tanakh, the Jewish Messiah must be descendant of King David(Jeremiah 23:5, 33:17, Ezekiel 34:23-24). The Greek Testament traces the genealogy of Joseph back to David, it then claims that Jesus resulted from a virgin birth and that Joseph was not his father (Matthew 1:18-23. In response, it claimed that Joseph adopted Jesus and passed on his genealogy via adaption. The problem with this is that there is no Biblical basis for the idea of a father passing on his tribal line by adaption. Joseph could not pass on by adaption that which he does not have. Because Joseph descended from Joconiah (Matthew 1:11) he fell under the curse of that king that none ofof his descendants could ever sis as king unpon the throne of David. (Jeremiah 22:40; 36:30).
Yup, God was the Father of the Lord Jesus Christ (Matthew 10:32-33; 11:27, John 5:43, 8:19, 10:24-27). Yes, Solomon's line was cut off because of Jechonia's sin (Jeremiah 22:24-30). Joseph was not the natural father of Jesus (Matthew 1:20). While Jesus could inherit the legal right to the throne through Joseph, Jesus inherited the Spiritual right to the throne through His mother Mary, who was a daughter of King David (Luke 3:23-30), carrying the Seed of David.
There is no evidence that Mary descends from David. The third chapter of Luke traces Joseph's genealogy not Mary's. Even if Mary can trace herself back to David, that does not help Jesus, since tribal affiliation goes only trough the father, not the mother (Numbers 1;18; Ezra 2:59). Even if family line goes through the mother, Mary was not a legitimate Messianic family. According to the Tanakh the Jewish Messiah must be a descendant of David through his son Solomon (IISamual 7:14; I Chronicles 17:11-14. 22:9-10. 28:4-6). The third chapter of Luke is useless because it goes through David's son Nathan, not Solomon (Luke 3:31) As far as the spiritual, it is not mentioned in the Tanakh. Also, if Jesus is the son of G-d, he is still not part of the blood line from David through his son Solomon. That on its own means Jesus is not the Jewish Messiah. He can be the Christian Messiah.
Joseph's pedigree is in Matthew, and Mary's is in Luke. Mary was of the lineage of David through Nathan (Luke 3:31), while Joseph was of the Lineage of David through Solomon (Matthew 1:6-7). And I would like to remind you, that if any would arise on the scene today saying they are the Messiah, they would not have any pedigree to prove it, for all the genealogical records were destroyed in AD 70 when the Temple was destroyed by the Romans.
You must understand that it would be the "seed of the woman" who would destroy the works of the devil (Genesis 3:15; 1 John 3:8, Hebrews 2:14, Galatians 4:4-5).
I will repeat, Solomon's line was cut off from having one to sit upon the throne of David because of the sin of Jechonia. In 2 Samuel 7:8-17 we will find here a near and far application, but David understood that this was not speaking only of his son Solomon, but looked far into the future, speaking of the everlasting kingdom of the Messiah, for "thou hast spoken also of thy servant's house for a great while to come." (2 Samuel 7:19) In 1 Chronicles 17:11-14 the prophet Nathan is speaking to David not Solomon. Sure, Solomon would be a son of God, but this was also a prophecy concerning Christ (Hebrews 1:5). You must understand that the throne of Solomon's kingdom did not last "for ever". It came to an abrupt end with the Babylonian Captivity in the days of Jechonia (Matthew 1:11). The prophecy of the everlasting throne and kingdom is Christ's (Luke 1:32, 33 Hebrews 1:8), who is the Seed of David and the Son of God (Romans 1:3-4), for even David called him Lord (Psalm 110:1).
And yes, because the Jew's missed their visitation and rejected their Messiah, He is now fulfilling the Scriptures to be a Light unto the Gentile's (Isaiah 42:6-7; 49:6; 60:1-3), and yes, a great many of the Gentiles have received Him as their Messiah, and saved them from their sins, but also a good number of Jews today, for their blindness is only in part (Romans 11:25-28). One day that veil shall be taken away from their hearts, and they shall look upon the One whom they pierced and repent and mourn (2 Corinthians 3:14-17, Psalm 22:11-14, 15-18, 19-21, Zechariah 12:9-11; 13:1, Revelation 1:7), but only after that time that they go through the "time of Jacob's Trouble" (Jeremiah 30:3-6, 7, 22-24, Daniel 12:1-2, Joel 2:1-2, Deuteronomy 4:29-31). Far better to be saved today my friend and save yourself some pain.