Messiah-Born-Of-A-Virgin1. Messiah Born Of A Virgin
Bible prophecy: Isaiah 7:14: “The Lord will give you a sign in any case: It is this: the young woman is with child and will give birth to a son whom she will call Immanuel.”
Prophecy becomes fulfilled: About 5 BC

The books of Matthew and Luke keep record of the details involving the birth of Christ. But it was the prophet Isaiah that first told of this miracle 700 years prior before he was born from the virgin Mary.

The-Messiah-Would-Perform-Miracles2. The Messiah Would Perform Miracles

Bible prophecy: Isaiah 35:4-6: “… and say to the faint-hearted, ‘Be strong! Do not be afraid. Here is your God, vengeance is coming, divine retribution; he is coming to save you.’ Then the eyes of the blind will be opened, the ears of the deaf unsealed, then the lame will leap like a deer and the tongue of the dumb sing for joy; for water will gush in the desert and streams in the wastelands,”

Prophecy becomes fulfilled: About 27-31 AD

Isaiah also prophesied a time in which the son of God would arrive and heal the eyes of the blind, the ears of the deaf, the mobility of the lame, and the voice of the mute.

The-Messiah-Would-Be-Rejected3. The Messiah Would Be Rejected

Bible prophecy: Isaiah 53:1-3: “Who has given credence to what we have heard? And who has seen in it a revelation of Yahweh’s arm? Like a sapling he grew up before him, like a root in arid ground. He had no form or charm to attract us, no beauty to win our hearts; he was despised, the lowest of men, a man of sorrows, familiar with suffering, one from whom, as it were, we averted our gaze, despised, for whom we had no regard.”

Prophecy becomes fulfilled: About 31 AD

In Isaiah 53:3, the prophet foresaw that the Christ would be rejected and despised. During his human lifetime, Jesus was rejected by most. It wasn’t until the passing of his death that many took faith in him.

Messiah-To-Be-Betrayed-By-A-Close-Friend4. Messiah To Be Betrayed By A Close Friend

Bible prophecy: Psalm 41:9: “Even my trusted friend on whom I relied, who shared my table, takes advantage of me.”

Prophecy becomes fulfilled: About 31 AD

David foresaw an impact of betrayal at the hand of a close friend that was to share bread with him. Jesus was betrayed by his disciple Judas Iscariot, shortly after they had shared bread during the Last Supper.

Jesus-Sold-For-30-Pieces-Of-Silver5. Jesus Sold For 30 Pieces Of Silver

Bible prophecy: Zechariah 11:12-13: “… then said to them, ‘If you see fit, give me my wages; if not, never mind.’ So they weighed out my wages: thirty shekels of silver. Yahweh said to me, ‘Throw it to the smelter, this princely sum at which they have valued me!’ Taking the thirty shekels of silver, I threw them into the Temple of Yahweh, for the smelter.

Prophecy becomes fulfilled: About 31 AD

Zechariah writes about a payment involving 30 pieces of silver and a good shepard whose service is being brought to an end. Another foreshadowing that is correlated with Jesus’ sacrifice. In Matthew 26:15, Judas sold Jesus for 30 silver coins. He gave up the location of Jesus’ whereabouts.

Jesus-Would-Be-Crucified6. Jesus Would Be Crucified

Bible prophecy: Zechariah 12:10: “But over the House of David and the inhabitants of Jerusalem I shall pour out a spirit of grace and prayer, and they will look to me. They will mourn for the one whom they have pierced as though for an only child, and weep for him as people weep for a first-born child.”

Prophecy becomes fulfilled: About 31 AD

The Bible speaks of a time when people in Jerusalem would lament over the one who was “pierced”. The mourning would commence for the loss of a first-born son.

Jesus-Foretells-His-Death-And-Resurrection7. Jesus Foretells His Death And Resurrection

Bible prophecy: Matthew 20:17-19: “Jesus was going up to Jerusalem, and on the road he took the Twelve aside by themselves and said to them, ‘Look, we are going up to Jerusalem, and the Son of man is about to be handed over to the chief priests and scribes. They will condemn him to death and will hand him over to the gentiles to be mocked and scourged and crucified; and on the third day he will be raised up again.'”

Prophecy becomes fulfilled: About 31 AD

Jesus Christ himself prophesied his own death and resurrection.