The Prophecies That Jesus Fulfilled
1-Prophecy: The serpent and the “seed” of Eve will have enmity, but the seed of the woman will crush the serpent (Genesis 3:14-15).
2-Prophecy: Through Abraham’s seed the world would be blessed (Genesis 12:3).
Fulfillment: Jesus, the seed of Abraham, blessed the whole world with His atoning Sacrifice (Acts 3:25-26; Matthew 1:1; Galatians 3:16).
Fulfillment: Jesus is that offspring (Matthew 1:1-2).
4-Prophecy: The Lord promised Isaac that the world would be blessed by his descendant (Genesis 28:13-14).
Fulfillment: That descendant is Jesus (Matthew 1:1-2; Luke 1:33; 3:23-34).
5-Prophecy: Jacob prophesied that Judah would rule over his brothers (Genesis 49:10).
Fulfillment: Jesus the Messiah is from the tribe of Judah (Matthew 1:1-2; Luke 1:32-33).
6-Prophecy: The Israelites were not to keep the meat of the Passover lamb overnight (Exodus 12:10; Numbers 9:12).
Fulfillment: Jesus the lamb of God was buried in the same day He died (John 19:38-42).
7-Prophecy: The Israelites were not to break the bones of the Passover lamb (Exodus 12:46; Numbers 9:12).
Fulfillment: Jesus’ bones were not broken by the Roman soldiers (John 19:31-36).
8-Prophecy: The Israelites’ firstborn male was dedicated to God (Exodus 13:2; Numbers 3:13; 8:17).
Fulfillment: Jesus was the firstborn of Mary (Luke 2:7, 23).
9-Prophecy: Moses prophesied of another prophet like him (Deuteronomy 18:15, 18-19).
Fulfillment: Jesus is that prophet (Matthew 21:11; Luke 7:16; 24:19; John 6:14; 7:40).
10-Prophecy: The Lord instructed the Israelites not to leave the body of a hanged person till the second day (Deuteronomy 21:23).
Fulfillment: Jesus’ dead body was buried in the same day (John 19:31-36; Galatians 3:13).
11-Prophecy: The word of God will be in hearts and mouths of His people (Deuteronomy 30:14).
Fulfillment: Jesus is the Word who lives in the hearts of the believers (John 1:1; Matthew 26:26).
12-Prophecy: Moses promised God would atone for His people (Deuteronomy 32:43).
Fulfillment: Jesus’ sacrifice is the ultimate atonement (Romans 3:25; Hebrews 2:17).
13-Prophecy: God promised David his offspring would rule forever (2 Samuel 7:12-13, 16, 25-26; 1 Chronicles 17:11-14, 23-27; Psalm 89:3-4, 35-37; 132:11; Isaiah 9:7).
Fulfillment: Jesus the king was from the seed of David (Matthew 1:6; 19:28; 21:4; 25:31; Mark 12:37; Luke 1:32; 3:31).
14-Prophecy: The evil people would plot against the Lord and His anointed (Psalm 2:1-2).
Fulfillment: The evil people plotted against Jesus to kill Him (Matthew 12:14; 26:3, 4, 47; Luke 23:1, 7).
15-Prophecy: God will testify to His Son (Psalm 2:7).
Fulfillment: The Father testified to Jesus (Matthew 3:17; 17:5; Mark 1:11; 9:7; Luke 3:22; 9:35).
16-Prophecy: God will not abandon David to the grave (Psalm 16:9-10; 30:3; 86:13; Isaiah 26:19).
Fulfillment: Jesus rose from the grave (Luke 24:6-8; John 20).
17-Prophecy: The Psalmist declares that God has forsaken him (Psalm 22:1).
Fulfillment: Jesus said these same words on the cross (Matthew 27:46).
18-Prophecy: The Psalmist says his enemies mocked and insulted him (Psalm 22:7).
Fulfillment: Jesus was mocked and insulted on the cross (Matthew 27:38-44).
19-Prophecy: The Psalmist tormentors tease him, telling him to have God rescue him (Psalm 22:7).
Fulfillment: Jesus’ tormentors said the same to Him (Luke 23:35, 39).
20-Prophecy: The Psalmist speaks of his torment (Psalm 22:14-15).
Fulfillment: Jesus was tormented at the cross (John 19:28).
21-Prophecy: The Psalmist says, the wicked pierced his hands and feet (Psalm 22:16).
Fulfillment: Jesus’ hands and feet were pierced (John 19:16; 20:20; Acts 2:23).
22-Prophecy: The Psalmist says that others divide his clothing (Psalm 22:18).
Fulfillment: The Roman soldiers divided Jesus’ clothes (John 19:23-24).
23-Prophecy: The Psalmist says false witnesses will testify against him (Psalm 27:12; 35:11; 109:6).
Fulfillment: False witnesses did testify against Jesus (Matthew 26:60; Mark 14:55-59).
24-Prophecy: The Psalmist says he commits his spirit to God (Psalm 31:5).
Fulfillment: Jesus said the same words on the cross (Luke 23:46).
25-Prophecy: God will protect the bones of the righteous (Psalm 34:20).
Fulfillment: Jesus’ bones were not broken on the cross (John 19:31-36).
26-Prophecy: The Psalmist says he was hated without reason (Psalm 35:19; 69:4).
Fulfillment: Jesus was hated without reason (John 15:24-25).
27-Prophecy: The Psalmist says his friends will abandon him (Psalm 38:11; 88:18).
Fulfillment: The disciples abandoned Jesus (Matthew 26:56-58; Mark 14:50).
28-Prophecy: The Psalmist says the Messiah will come to do God’s will (Psalm 40:6-8).
Fulfillment: Jesus came to do God’s will (Matthew 26:39, 42; John 6:38; Hebrews 10:5-9).
29-Prophecy: The Psalmist says he would be betrayed by a friend (Psalm 41:9; 55:12-14).
Fulfillment: Jesus was betrayed by Judas His disciple (Matthew 26:14-16, 23; Mark 14:10-11, 43).
30-Prophecy: The Psalmist says God will rescue him from the land of the dead (Psalm 49:15; 86:13).
Fulfillment: God rescued Jesus by resurrecting Him from death (Mark 16:6; Luke 24:6-8; John 20).
31-Prophecy: The Psalmist says that Lord ascended on high, bringing captives with Him (Psalm 68:18).
Fulfillment: Jesus ascended to heaven and took believers with Him (Matthew 27:52,53; Ephesians 4:8).
32-Prophecy: The Psalmist says he will be rejected by his brothers (Psalm 69:8).
Fulfillment: Jesus’ brothers rejected Him till after the resurrection (Mark 3:20-21, 31; John 7:3-5).
33-Prophecy: The Psalmist had “zeal” for God’s house (Psalm 69:9).
34-Prophecy: The Psalmist speaks of having gall and vinegar (Psalm 69:21).
Fulfillment: Jesus was offered gall and vinegar on the cross (Matthew 27:34, 48; Mark 15:23; Luke 23:36; John 19:29).
35-Prophecy: Solomon asks God for foreign kings to bring him gifts (Psalm 72:10-11).
Fulfillment: The magi brought Jesus gifts (Matthew 2:1-11).
36-Prophecy: Solomon says God will deliver the needy and weak (Psalm 72:12-14).
Fulfillment: Jesus did deliver the needy and the weak (Luke 7:22).
37-Prophecy: The Psalmist says he will speak in parables (Psalm 78:2).
Fulfillment: Jesus spoke in parables (Matthew 13:3, 35).
38-Prophecy: God says He will make David His firstborn (Psalm 89:27).
Fulfillment: Jesus, David’s descendant, is God’s firstborn (Romans 8:29; Colossians 1:15).
39-Prophecy: David’s enemies attacked him, but he didn’t respond with evil (Psalm 109:3-5).
Fulfillment: Jesus didn’t repay His enemies with evil (Matthew 5:44; Luke 23:34).
40-Prophecy: The Psalmist asks that his betrayer’s life be short, and his position be taken (Psalm 69:25; 109:7-8).
Fulfillment: Jesus’ betrayer, Judas, killed himself, and Matthias took his place (Acts 1:16-20).
41-Prophecy: The Psalmist says his Lord will be made a priest according to the order of Melchizedek (Psalm 110:4).
Fulfillment: Jesus became a priest in the order of Melchizedek (Hebrews 5:1-6; 6:20; 7:15-17).
42-Prophecy: The Psalmist says the stone that the builders reject will become the cornerstone (Psalm 118:22-23).
Fulfillment: Jesus was rejected by the Jewish leaders; and He became the corner Stone (Matthew 21:42; Mark 12:10-11; Luke 20:17; John 1:11).
43-Prophecy: The Lord will redeem Israel from her sins (Psalm 130:7-8).
Fulfillment: Jesus redeemed the whole world from sin (Matthew 1:21; Luke 1:68).
44-Prophecy: God tells his prophet the people would not understand what He was doing (Isaiah 6:9-10).
Fulfillment: Jesus used parables because the people didn’t understand what He was doing (Matthew 13:14-15).
45-Prophecy: God promises that a virgin would conceive (Isaiah 7:14).
Fulfillment: Mary was a virgin when Jesus was conceived (Luke 1:26-35).
46-Prophecy: God promises to send a Son (Isaiah 7:14; 8:8, 10).
Fulfillment: Jesus is that Son (Matthew 1:21-23; John 1:14; 14:8-11).
47-Prophecy: God promises a “stone” of offense (Isaiah 8:14-15).
Fulfillment: Jesus is that stone of offense (Matthew 21:42-44; Romans 9:32-33).
48-Prophecy: God promises the land of Zebulun and Naphtali and “Galilee of the nations” a light for their darkness (Isaiah 9:1-2).
Fulfillment: Jesus is that light for their darkness (Matthew 4:12-16).
49-Prophecy: God promises His Spirit would rest on David’s descendants (Isaiah 11:1-2).
Fulfillment: Jesus is that offspring that was filled by God’s Spirit (Matthew 1:1, 6; 3:16; Mark 1:10).
50-Prophecy: God declares that the Gentiles will come to God (Isaiah 11:10; 42:1).
Fulfillment: Gentiles, in the NT, accepted the gospel (Matthew 8:5-13; Mark 7:24-26; Acts 13:48).
51-Prophecy: God promises the blind will see (Isaiah 29:18; 35:5).
Fulfillment: Jesus gave sight to the blind (Matthew 9:30; 11:5; 12:22; 20:34; 21:14; Mark 10:52).
52-Prophecy: God promises the deaf will hear (Isaiah 35:5).
Fulfillment: Jesus made deaf to hear (Matthew 11:5; Mark 7:31-37; 9:25).
53-Prophecy: God promises the lame would walk (Isaiah 35:6).
Fulfillment: Jesus made the lame to walk (Matthew 15:30-31; 21:14).
54-Prophecy: God promises the mute would speak (Isaiah 35:6).
Fulfillment: Jesus made the mute to speak (Matthew 9:33; 12:22; 15:30; Luke 11:14).
55-Prophecy: God promises a messenger who would announce the Lord’s coming (Isaiah 40:3-5; Malachi 3:1).
Fulfillment: John the Baptist was that messenger (Matthew 3:3; 11:10; Mark 1:3; Luke 3:4-6).
56-Prophecy: God is the shepherd who takes care of His sheep (Isaiah 40:10-11).
Fulfillment: Jesus is the good shepherd (John 10:11).
57-Prophecy: God promises to put His Spirit on His servant (Isaiah 42:1).
Fulfillment: Jesus is that anointed servant (Matthew 3:16; 12:18; Mark 1:10).
58-Prophecy: The Savior will not cry out (Isaiah 42:2).
Fulfillment: Jesus did not raise His voice (Matthew 12:19).
59-Prophecy: The Messiah will be gentle (Isaiah 42: 3).
Fulfillment: Jesus was gentle and kind (Matthew 11:29; 12:20).
60-Prophecy: The nations will put their hope in the Messiah (Isaiah 42:4).
Fulfillment: The Nations did put their hope in Jesus for their salvation (Matthew 12:21).
61-Prophecy: God will send the Messiah as a light to the Gentiles (Isaiah 42:6; 49:6).
Fulfillment: Jesus was the light to the Gentiles (Luke 2:25-32).
62-Prophecy: The Messiah will be submissive to the will of God (Isaiah 50:5).
Fulfillment: Jesus was submissive to the will of God even unto death (Matthew 26:39).
63-Prophecy: The Savior will be beaten and spit upon (Isaiah 50:6).
Fulfillment: Jesus was beaten and spit upon (Matthew 26:67; 27:26-30).
64-Prophecy: The Suffering Messiah’s image will be “marred more than any man” (Isaiah 52:14).
Fulfillment: Jesus’ image was marred as He was beaten, whipped, crucified, and pierced by a spear (Matthew 26:67; 27:26-30; 35).
65-Prophecy: The Messiah will be despised and rejected by men (Isaiah 53:3).
Fulfillment: Jesus was despised and rejected by men (Luke 23:18; Matthew 26:67; John 1:11).
66-Prophecy: The Messiah will bear our sorrows (Isaiah 53:4-5).
Fulfillment: Jesus bore man’s sorrows (Matthew 8:17; Romans 5:6-8; 1 Corinthians 15: 3).
67-Prophecy: The Messiah will bear our sins (Isaiah 53:6, 8).
Fulfillment: Jesus bore our sins (Romans 4:25; 1 Peter 2:24-25).
68-Prophecy: The Messiah will be like a lamb led to the slaughter (Isaiah 53:7).
Fulfillment: Jesus was like a lamb led to the slaughter (Matthew 27:12; Luke 23:9; John 1:29-36).
69-Prophecy: The Messiah will have no posterity to perpetuate His family line (Isaiah 53:8).
Fulfillment: Jesus did not have posterity to perpetuate His family line.
70-Prophecy: The Messiah will die with the sinners (Isaiah 53:9, 12).
Fulfillment: Jesus died with the two thieves (Matthew 27:38; Mark 15:27).
71-Prophecy: The Messiah will be buried in the grave of a rich man (Isaiah 53:9).
Fulfillment: Jesus was buried in the grave of Joseph of Arimathea (Matthew 27:57-60).
72-Prophecy: God ordained that the Messiah would suffer and die (Isaiah 53:10).
Fulfillment: God offered Jesus to die on behalf of humans (John 3:16; 19:11; Acts 2:23; Philippians 2:8).
73-Prophecy: The Messiah will offer forgiveness of sins (Isaiah 53:11).
Fulfillment: Jesus offered forgiveness for man’s sins (Acts 10:43; 13:38-39).
74-Prophecy: The Messiah will intercede for His tormentors (Isaiah 53:12).
Fulfillment: Jesus asked God to forgive those that crucified Him (Luke 23:34).
75-Prophecy: God will send a great light to the nations (Isaiah 60:1-3).
Fulfillment: Jesus was that great light to all the world (Matthew 4:16; Luke 2:32; John 12:46).
76-Prophecy: God promises the Messiah will declare good news for the brokenhearted, captives, and prisoners (Isaiah 61:1).
Fulfillment: Jesus was and is the deliverer from all bondage (Matthew 3:16; Luke 4:18).
77-Prophecy: God promises a “righteous Branch” from the line of Jesse who will do what is just (Jeremiah 23:5-6; 33:15-16).
Fulfillment: Jesus is that Branch (Romans 3:22; 1 Corinthians 1:30).
78-Prophecy: A mother will weep for her dead children (Jeremiah 31:15).
Fulfillment: The massacre of King Herod on the baby boys in Bethlehem causing mothers to weep (Matthew 2:16-18).
79-Prophecy: God will make a woman “encompass” a man (Jeremiah 31:22).
Fulfillment: Jesus was conceived by the Holy Spirit in Mary’s womb (Matthew 1:20; Luke 1:35).
80-Prophecy: God promises a new covenant (Jeremiah 31:31-34; 32:37-40; 50:5).
Fulfillment: Jesus is the new covenant (Matthew 26:27-29; Mark 14:22-24; Luke 22:15-20).
81-Prophecy: God promises that “David” will return as his people’s shepherd (Ezekiel 34:23-24; 37:24).
Fulfillment: Jesus is that shepherd (John 10:11).
Fulfillment: Jesus died at the exact year of this prophecy (Matthew 27:50).
83-Prophecy: God will call His “child” from Egypt (Hosea 11:1).
Fulfillment: Jesus returned from Egypt when He was a child (Matthew 2:13-15).
84-Prophecy: Israel’s king will be struck on the cheek with a rod (Micah 5:1).
Fulfillment: Jesus was struck with a staff (Matthew 27:30).
85-Prophecy: The king of Israel will come from Bethlehem (Micah 5:2).
Fulfillment: Jesus was born in Bethlehem (Luke 2:4-7).
86-Prophecy: God will live among His people (Zechariah 2:10).
Fulfillment: Jesus lived among His people (John 1:14).
87-Prophecy: The Branch will be a priest (Zechariah 6:12-13).
Fulfillment: Jesus is a priest in the order of Melchizedek (Hebrews 7:11-28; 8:1-2).
88-Prophecy: Israel’s king will ride a donkey (Zechariah 9:9).
Fulfillment: Jesus entered Jerusalem riding a donkey (Mark 11:1-10).
89-Prophecy: God says to Zechariah to take the thirty pieces of silver he earned and throw it to the potter (Zechariah 11:12-13).
Fulfillment: Judas took thirty pieces of silver and returned it to the priests who used it to buy the potter’s field (Matthew 26:14-15; 27:3, 6-10).
90-Prophecy: The sheep will scatter when the shepherd is stricken (Zechariah 13:6-7).
Fulfillment: When Jesus was arrested, His disciples fled (Matthew 26:56; Mark 14:50).
91-Prophecy: The Lord will come to cleanse the temple (Malachi 3:1-3).
Fulfillment: Jesus came and cleansed the temple twice (Matthew 21:12; Mark 11:15-19; John 2:13-16).
92-Prophecy: The sun of righteousness will come (Malachi 4:2).
Fulfillment: Jesus, who is the sun of righteousness, came (Luke 1:78).
93-Prophecy: Elijah will return (Malachi 4:5).
Fulfillment: John the Baptist was the Elijah (Matthew 11:13-14; Mark 9:11-13; Luke 1:17; 7:27-28).
94-Prophecy: Jesus predicts He will suffer and die (Matthew 16:21; Mark 8:31).
Fulfillment: Jesus did suffer and die (Luke 22:63-65; Mark 14:53, 65; 15:33-37; John 19:1).
95-Prophecy: Jesus says He will be handed over on the Passover (Matthew 26:2).
Fulfillment: Jesus was handed over at the Passover (John 19:14-16).
96-Prophecy: Jesus predicts that one of His disciples will betray Him (Matthew 26:21-22).
Fulfillment: Judas betrayed his master (Luke 22:47-48).
97-Prophecy: Jesus predicts that the disciples would scatter (Matthew 26:31; Mark 14:27).
Fulfillment: The disciples did scatter when Jesus was arrested (Matthew 26:56; Mark 14:50).
98-Prophecy: Jesus predicts that Peter would deny Him (Matthew 26:33-34).
Fulfillment: Peter denied His Master (Matthew 26:69-75).
99-Prophecy: Jesus predicts that He will be handed over, killed, and rise again on the third day (Mark 9:30-31; 10:32-34).
Fulfillment: Jesus was seized, killed and rose again on the third day (John 18-20).
100-Prophecy: Jesus predicts that He would rebuild the “temple” (His body) after three days (John 2:18-22).
Fulfillment: Jesus rose from the dead after three days (Acts 10:40; 1 Corinthians 15:4).
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