Isaiah and Jesus

by Rev. Vince Finnegan on December 2, 2012
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Notes:

Isaiah 7:10-16 – Matthew 2:18-23 Virgin would bear a son.

Luke 1:26-38
Many children were conceived by a virgin, but only one like Mary.

Isaiah 37:31 – Matthew 1:1, 2 and 16
House of Judah

Isaiah 11:1-5, 10 – Romans 15:7-12; Matthew 1:1, 5, 6, 16
Root of Jesse

According to 1Samuel 16, Jesse had 8 sons, but this one was to come from David.

Isaiah 9:6 & 7; 16:5 – Matthew 1:1, 2,6,16
From the house of David

Micah 5:2
– Matthew Born in Bethlehem

Hosea 11:1 – Matthew 2:14-15
Out of Egypt

Isaiah 9:1and 2 – Matthew 2:22 and 23; 4:13-16
From Nazareth of Galilee

Isaiah 40:1-5 – Luke 3:1-6; Matthew 3:1-3
Jesus would be preceded by a prophet.

Isaiah 53:4 – Matthew 8:17
Took our infirmities and diseases

Isaiah 49:6; 42:1-6 – Matthew 12:14-21
Mission would include Gentiles.

Isaiah 61:1 and 2 – Luke 4:16-21
His ministry foretold

Isaiah 29:18; 35:5 and 6 – Luke 7:20-22
Ministry would include miracles.

Isaiah 49:7 – John 15:24 and 25
Hated without a cause

Isaiah 50:6 – Matthew 26:67; 27:30
Spat upon and beaten

Isaiah 53:1-3 – Mark 10:33 and 34
Despised and forsaken

Isaiah 53:4-6 - John 19:7
Die for our sins

Isaiah 53:5 – 1Peter 2:24 and 25
By His stripes we are healed.

Isaiah 53:7 – Matthew 27:12-14; Acts 8:31-35
Silent before his accusers

Isaiah 53:9 – Mark 15:42-46
Buried in a rich man’s tomb

Isaiah 53: 8-11 – Matthew 28:1-9
Return from the dead

Isaiah 11:1-10
Since all these specific details have been fulfilled, we have confidence that those prophecies about His return will be accomplished as well.

Hebrew 4:14-16
We also have great confidence that he is now our high priest



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