I know, I’m on a bit of a break, but this is just too darn good to pass up! You’re really going to want to bookmark this!
Around 700 years prior to Jesus’ birth, the prophet Isaiah stated that He would come from a stem of Jesse (11:1) in the line of King David and the tribe of Judah. He would be born of a virgin (7:14) and would be called Immanuel (God with us), a wonderful counselor, and a Prince of Peace (9:6). Micah (5:2) prophesied that He would be born in Jerusalem, while Hosea (11:1) revealed that out of Egypt, God called His son. All of these came true.
The 1st Jewish Temple stood during Isaiah’s time, yet he prophesied about its destruction (which happened in 586 B.C.) and the call to rebuild it. He even named the person whom God ordained to issue the decree to rebuild decades later: Cyrus!
To read the rest of this excellent overview of Biblical prophecy, please click on the direct link below:
Worthy is the Lamb! Blessings!