In this reading is going on comment some prophecies of Bible, from way of summary of prophecies from Old Testament, complied in Jesus Christ. For its perfect grasp, is necessary read in the Bible the text mentioned. Always God give signs, and not only arguments or thinking's expressions. Bear in mind that this reading is a continuation of: Prophecies about Jesus Christ
- I'd teaching it using parables, is commented in Psalm 78, verse 2
. The Psalm was written the majority between the century X and V B.C. Jesus spoke them in parables or proverbs. Mt. 13:34-35
- He would be the shepherd that guide and take care with love (this is an example of parable). In Isaiah 40:11
; if note in many of teachings of Jesus Christ such behavior, Himself express clearly in: Joh. 10:10-11
; and not just express it, is gave to Himself.
- His Ministry it would begin in Galilee. Isaiah 9:1-2
Isa 9:1 Nevertheless the dimness shall not be such as was in her vexation, when at the first he lightly afflicted the land of Zebulun and the land of Naphtali, and afterward did more grievously afflict her by the way of the sea, beyond Jordan, in Galilee of the nations.
Isa 9:2 The people that walked in darkness have seen a great light: they that dwell in the land of the shadow of death, upon them hath the light shined.
This it comply clearly to read the New Testament, and was evident between the first followers of Christ: Jews. For example, you can compare with: Mat. 4:13-16
. In Galilea was place where He was preaching more, made there many miracles. Imagine if this prophecies having been created by men. How many time it would exist a city like Galilea? Even it indicate a reference from its location. Nation of Israel, was threatened by large empires, difficult to risk to such design. But not, is impossible that it be simply words of men; is God who knows everything, and reveals somethings to persons who has been able to find grace in front of God. Isaiah contains many prophecies about Jesus Christ, and was written such as commented, around 700 years B.C.
- He would be betrayed, by his own followers... this it was complied clearly with Judas Iscariot, and in the moment of crucifixion, that is the more intense moment for The Saviour in his ministry, no disciple was with Him, and the leader between them, in such moment would deny Him, Peter. There are many prophecies about Crucifixion. The prophecy that I comment right now, is in the Psalm 41
; and by the way, I'm extending a few in a similar theme. From what manner God inspires to someone? Is good who is used by God for give a message, can be conscious of this, or not. By example in a Preaching of the Church in a genuine servant of God, the Saint Spirit guide him, and is utilized for deliver a message, a part from this message can be designated to a specific person, or even to an enterprise, nation, or another. In that moment was inspired, so, if then he touch another issue, simply is talking about another theme. A brother in Christ, in an opportunity mentioned me something that neither he nor I understood in which occasion, but he said me, that felt he ought it say me from part of God; this words stays recorded in my memory. It served as guide in a crucial moment of my life. Then, in the actuality, not always who believes to be inspired, it is.
- Within the Psalm 41 is speaking who would be the best king from Israel, David, in a poem that writes. This it comply in part in him; but in like manner he has been inspired by the Saint Spirit to express in the same poem a prophecy, a word that will comply in another person, in this case in the Eternal King Jesus Christ. He appears, for example Psalm 41:9 with John. Likewise, inside versicle 9 I emphasize the detail of: “who from my bread ate”, this last in Mark 14:16-26 (for more details read beside to Mt. 26:17-30) exactly in Mark 14:18
- Prophecy of enmity between the Savior and Satan (and among the followers "children" of one or the other): Genesis 3:15 - For example, in Luke 22:53, Hebrews 2:14-16
- Génésis 18:17-18
. The Savior would be a descendant of Abraham, and the blessing would reach to non-Jews ("gentiles"). It is also interesting to note a perspective on the prophetic revelation, God expresses "Shall I hide from Abraham that thing which I do; seeing that Abraham shall surely become a great and mighty nation, and all the nations of the earth shall be blessed in him?". Compare with its fulfillment in Galatians 3:8
- Prophecies of resurrection (though He were dead shall live): Psalm 16:8-11 - Explanation: Acts 2:25-32
- Daniel 7:27
on the final reign of Christ ("Second Coming"), Revelation 11:15
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