Lesson 10: Fulfilled Prophecy. I. What Prophecies Did the Messiah Have to Fulfill?. T ribe of Judah Genesis 49:10. Luke 3:23, 33. H ouse of David Jeremiah 23:5. Luke 3:23, 31. E nter Jerusalem on a donkey Zechariah 9:9. Matthew 21:1–8. Prophecy Fulfillment. B orn at Bethlehem
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Luke 3:23, 33
House of David
Luke 3:23, 31
Enter Jerusalem on a
Introduced by a messenger
Laidto rest with the rich
Endurewounds and bruises
Teachingand healing ministry
Isaiah 61:1, 2; 32:3–4; 35:5
Arrive before the Temple and Jerusalem destroyed
Temple, Jerusalem destroyed AD 70
Labeled Lord and God
Jeremiah 23:6, Isaiah 9:6
Killed 483 years after decree to rebuild Jerusalem
(Christ died about AD 30)
Silent before accusers
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They demonstrate that Jesus was the predicted Messiah, and since the Messiah was to be divine, it shows that Jesus was God.
A. This week, discuss the fulfillment of Messianic prophecies with an unbeliever. Present the list of prophecies that Jesus fulfilled hundreds of years after the predictions. Use the Texas illustration to show the improbability that these prophecies were fulfilled by chance. In the space below, record his/her reactions.
A prognosticator predicted 50 things about you. They all came true except one. The last one was conditional: If you drive down a certain street on a certain day, you will die in a fiery car crash. Would you drive down that street? In light of the fact that Jesus fulfilled at least 49 prophecies of the Bible (they all came true), are you going to ignore one more prophecy that says that if you don’t receive Jesus, you will be separated from God forever?