If you’ve ever wanted to take a good hard look at the Old Testament prophecies that deal with the promised Messiah and how they correlate with Jesus, then I have a number of links for you that are indeed noteworthy. While all of them are very good, there is one link in particular that I found to be exceptional and I will separate it from the others. If you only want to spend time on one overview, then this immediately following link is the one that I highly recommend:
Jesus the Messiah (very detailed examination of prophecies in the OT)
The above link includes two additional internal links that documentments the following:
The Historical Jewish Exegesis of the Old Testament Messianic Prophecies;
and The Old Testament Passages Interpreted Messianically By the Jewish Targums and Rabbinic Writings
The author of these three links (original singular link and two internal links) is William Webster, who has a Masters of Theology in Biblical Interpretation and a PhD in Historical Theology, both from Whitefield Theological Seminary. William A. Webster is the founder and director of Christian Resources, a non-profit, teaching, apologetics and publishing ministry dealing with issues related to Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, the Gospel, Church history and the Christian life. The ministry is dedicated to the teaching and proclamation of the Gospel, a biblical and historical defence of the teachings of the Reformation and the discipling of believers in their Christian walk. Bill Webster presents a careful and honest examination of the historical facts that can lead to only one conclusion: Jesus Christ is the long promised Messiah, the Son of God, the Savior and King of all nations
The other additional links by various authors that I mentioned are as follows:
Worthy is the Lamb! Blessings!
You did not provide a scripture without going to another link. that intentional forcing makes me weary. I already know Psalms 22 and Isaiah 53 and the link Apostles make to Joel 2. I guess you could add in Isaiah 40 (John the baptist,) I think most could remember those 4. What one did you think of that was a good proof.
Good morning Scott, sorry for the “intentional forcing”, detailed overviews have a tendency to do that at times. I’m not sure if I have a favourite “proof” because I think the totality of the Messianic prophecies that deal with all of the specific details is the real clincher, at least for me. Some of them are more easy to remember, like you have indicated. Have a blessed day!
I have some proprietary information that will make you think. Jesus is returning, sure. great, but did you consider that he is returning after that in a physical city that is 1500 miles cubed. Not a spiritual metaphysical city but a tangible city. Its to be a new earth so , its likely not even in this solar system.
Do you think the Star trek Borg twist is a science fiction plagiarism of the Idea that there is space travel involved and a cube etc. Maybe there is some non-physical type of transportation that we currently cant see. One has to ask what exactly is this continuing city who’s builder and maker is God.
Far out man!
Your thoughts are valid. Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard nor entered into the hearts of men ….. Blessings!
Second time this week the name Webster popped up; providential I think, so I bookmarked his site. Thank you.
My pleasure, I was really impressed with his thoroughness.
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