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The First Coming Of The Messiah
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Law The Law As Prophecy. While in many cases it appears that the law was a prophecy, it is equally true to also say that while He fulfilled prophecy He obeyed all laws. So to understand prophecy we must have a firm grasp of the law.
Fulfilling The Law And Prophecies. Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill. For truly I say to you, until heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled. (Matthew 5: 17)
Evidence In The Old Testament. Then I said, "Behold I come. In the scroll of the book it is written of Me." (Psalm 40: 7)
... all things written about Me in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms must be fulfilled. (Luke 24: 44)
Pattern Moses And The Prophets Testify Him. Then beginning with Moses and with all the prophets, He explained to them the things concerning Himself in all the Scriptures. (Luke 24: 27)
The Scriptures Testify about the Messiah. You search the Scriptures because you think that in them you have eternal life; it is these that testify about Me.
For if you believed Moses, you would believe Me, for he wrote about Me.
(John 5: 39, 46)
The Torah Testifies. Then I said, "Behold I come, in the scroll of the book it is written of Me. I delight to do your will, O my God; Your law is written in my heart". (Psalm 40: 7-8. Hebrews 10: 7)
The Messiah Would Suffer. But the things which God announced beforehand by the mouth of all the prophets, that His Christ would suffer, He has thus fulfilled. (Acts 3: 18)
Laws About Christ. For Christ is the end [goal] of the law for righteousness to everyone who believes. (Romans 10: 4)
The Old Testament testifies about the Messiah. We will show how Christ fulfilled all laws about making sinners righteous and how all laws pointed to Him as the way to righteousness. He did not abolish laws, but in Him is the purpose for which the laws were written. Consider the evidence of Exodus 22:24 - 23:19. It appears to be laws that were broken at the crucifixion, but the fact that elevates it to a prophecy is that it is part of the Torah readings scheduled for Passover. It is as if God was warning them for 1600 years about specific laws that they would break at Passover.
The Testimony of Jesus and about Jesus is in the prophecies because prophecy is given by the Spirit to bear witness about Jesus Christ.
The Testimony About Jesus Christ. ... I am a fellow servant of yours and your bretheren who hold the testimony of Jesus; worship God. For the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy. (Revelation 19: 10)
Search For Me: A Study Guide For Jews. Jesus said that the Jews will never believe the testimony of the resurrected Jesus Christ. However, He said that they must look at the testimony of Moses and the Prophets to find Him. Moses also said that at the end of time that generation will find Him when they searched for Him with all their heart.

The List Of Messianic Prophecies.
We arranged this evidence mostly by the prophets, not the events.
Summary of the Messianic Prophecies Source Key
TeachingheartsTeachingheart
Key Traditional
Jews Jewish
Old Testament Prophecy New Testament Fulfillment
No Control Lineage and Seed
Jews Isaiah 9:6-7 Born as a human male Luke 2: 7. Historical fact Miracle Seed is of Supernatural Origin
Jews Genesis 3:15 Born of a woman's seed Matthew 1:20, Luke 1:35; 2: 4-11, Galatians 4:4
Key Jeremiah 31: 22
Jews Isaiah 7:14 Born of a virgin (young maiden) Christ Matthew 1:18, 23; Luke 1: 35
Jews believe a miracle or mystery is associated with His seed which is from another place
Jews Isaiah 9: 6-7; 8: 10 A seed from God. He is divine John 10: 30-31
Messianic JewsProverbs 30: 4 The Son of God Matthew 3: 17; 27:43
Jews Isaiah 7:14 Named Immanuel "God with us" Matthew 1:23 God in human flesh Name
Key Joshua (Yeoshua) Named Yeshua (Savior, Conqueror) Matthew 1:21 Jesus (Yeshua) Save people from their sins
Jews Genesis 17:19, 12:3,7; 22:18; 26:4 Seed of Abraham Acts 3:25,26; Galatians 3:16Abraham's Seed
Jews Genesis 21:12 Seed of Isaac Romans 9: 7, Hebrews 11:18, Galatians 3:16
Key Genesis 26: 2-5; 17:19
Jews Numbers 24:17 Seed of Jacob Matthew 1:2, Luke 3:34
Jews Genesis 49:10 From the Tribe of Judah Matthew 1: 1-17 (Joseph);
Luke 3:23,33 (Mary)
Jews Isaiah 11:1-5,10 Branch from the house of Jesse Matthew 1:5-6; Romans 15:12
Jews Isaiah 16:5; 9:6-7 From the house of David Matthew 1:1-2, 6, 16; 2:2-6; 22:44,45; Luke 1:32; 3: 23-31; John 7: 42; Revelation 22:16 King David's Seed
Key David's Seed. Psalm 89:35-37; 132:11; 138:1-6; 110:1; 2 Samuel 7:12,16; 1 Chronicles 17:11, 12; Jeremiah 23:5-6; 33:14-15; Ezekiel 17:22-24; 34:23-24
Jews1 Chronicles 3: 24; Zechariah 4:7 Descendant of Zerubbabel Luke 3:23-27
Key Haggai 2: 23
No Control Birth, Life and Territory
No Control Jews Micah 5:2 Born in Bethlehem Matthew 2:1-6; Luke 2:1-20; 1:33 Israel
Jews Isaiah 11:1 From Nazareth (Netzer - Branch) Matthew 2:22-23; 4:13-16
This prophecy is based on a play on the sound of a word. He came from a place called "Branch" just as He was the "Bread of Life" who came from the "House of Bread" (Bethlehem)
Key Isaiah 9:1-2 Comes from Capernaum (region of Zebulun and Naphtali) Christ Matthew 4:15-16
Teachinghearts Genesis 49:13 Fishermen from Galilee Mark 1: 16-20
Teachinghearts Amos 9: 11-12; Ezekiel 36: 5; Psalm 137: 7; Jeremiah 49: 17-18; Isaiah 63: 1-6; Malachi 1: 1-3; Deuteronomy 2: 2-8; Obadiah 1 House of Herod (Edomites) has taken over and rules the fallen house of David Matthew 2. House of Herod (Edomites) ruled Israel when Christ was crucified. So He passed through their territory after He left the mountain of God Edom
Key Hosea 11:1; Numbers 24:8 Come out of Egypt Christ Matthew 2:14-15 Egypt
Key Daniel 11: 22 Ruling Power - the fourth kingdom Rome was ruling. Luke 3: 1-2 Rome
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 16: 2 The Passover Lamb will be sacrificed in Jerusalem Jesus died in Jerusalem at the same time the Passover lamb was killed. Luke 22: 1 Jerusalem
Jews Numbers 24: 17 and an oral tradition The star out of Jacob and king of IsraelMatthew 2: 2 They called Shimon Bar Kochba, a failed Messiah, "Son of the star"
  Crown God, King, High Priest, Servant and Sacrifice
Jews Psalm 45:6; Zechariah 11:10-13; Jeremiah 23:5-6 God Hebrews 1:8; John 1:36;19:14; Matthew 1:18-23, 11:20, 28:20 God
Key Isaiah 40:9; 7:14; 8:8
Jews Psalm 2:7-9; 89:26-29 Son of God Matthew 3:17, 11:27; Luke 1:32, 2:23; John 1:14, 3:13; Romans 1:2-4, 10:6-9, Hebrews 1:5; 2 Peter 1:17; 1 Timothy 1:17, 3:16, 6:15
Key Psalm 102:25-27; 110:1; 2 Samuel 7:14
Key Isaiah 33:22He is lawgiver, judge, king, savior
Key Exodus 13: 2Firstborn son belongs to God
Key 1 Chronicles 17: 11-13Son of God is King forever
Key Zechariah 13:7 Jews 12:10 God and Man John 14:9; John 10:30 God-Man
Jews Psalm 102:16; Isaiah 9:6 Son of Man Luke 21:24; Revelation 12:5-10 Son of Man
Teachinghearts Exodus 23: 20-21 Angel of the Lord leads the exodus Jesus leads Israel on the exodus Angel of The Lord Guides Israel
Teachinghearts Exodus 23: 21 Angel of the Lord can forgive sins Jesus can forgive sins
Teachinghearts Daniel 10: 21 Michael is the angel Prince of Israel Jesus is the Prince of the covenant
SDA Daniel 12: 1 Michael stands up Jesus acts at the end of time
Jews 1 Samuel 2:10; Psalm 2:6, 89:27; Zechariah 9:9; Jeremiah 30:9 King Who is higher than earthly kings Matthew 2:2; 28:18; Luke 1:32,33; John 12:15; Hebrews 7:2; Matthew 21:7 King and Ruler
Key Genesis 14:18,Isaiah 62:11
Jews Psalm 22:27-28Governor of the nations Colossians 1:16
Teachinghearts Ezekiel 37: 19 Combined scepters of Judah and Joseph Scepter departs from Judah
Teachinghearts Ezekiel 21: 25-27 Monarchy lost until the Messiah No kings since Jehoiakim (597 BC)
Jews Zechariah 6:12-13 Priest and King Hebrews 8:1; 9 :11-15 King and
High Priest
Jews Zechariah 2:10-13 The Lord on the throne of Zion Revelation 5:13,6:9, 21:24
Key Genesis 14: 18 A King like Melchizedek Hebrews 7: 2
Key Genesis 14: 18 High Priest like Melchizedek Hebrews 6: 20
Key Psalm 110:4 High Priest like Melchizedek Hebrews 6:20 High Priest
Jews Isaiah 53:11-12, 59:15-16 Intercessor Romans 5:8-9; Luke 23:34; Matthew 10:32
JewsZechariah 3: 1-4 The High Priest Joshua (Yeshua) Matthew 1: 21; Luke 1: 31
TeachingheartsExodus 33 God moves His camp far away and Moses goes there Hebrews 9:11-15. High priest goes to heaven to minister before God High Priest in Heaven
TeachingheartsNumbers 4:9 Priests carry burden Jesus carries the cross Burden Bearer
TeachingheartsNumbers 4:26 Priests carry cords, veil Jesus was tied. Veil was His body
TeachingheartsNumbers 4:23,30,35,47 Priests must be 30 years old Luke 3: 23Age of Priest
Jews Isaiah 53:4-6, 11-12 Bears Sin 1 Peter 2:24; Luke 23:33; Hebrews 9:28; 1 John 4:10; Galatians 1:4 Sin Bearer
Jews Isaiah 61:1-2, Malachi 3:3; Daniel 9:24 Purges and ends sin Luke 1:78, John 1:9; 8:31-32; 12:46, 2 Peter 1:19, Galatians 1:3-5, Revelation 2:28; 19:11-16; 22:16
Jews Isaiah 42:1-4; 52:13;53:11; Micah 5:2; Zechariah 3:8 Servant Matthew 12:18-21, 17:5, 26:39; Philippians 2:5-8; Acts 1:8-11; Ephesians 1:19-22; Romans 5:18-19; John 15:10, 17:4 Servant
Key Isaiah 50:4-5 Obedient servant
Key Isaiah 49:1,5 Servant from the womb Matthew 1:18; Luke 1:31; Philippians 2:7
Key Genesis 22:8; Exodus 12:5,13 Lamb without blemish promised John 1:29; 1 Peter 1:19; Romans 5:8 Sacrifice
Fire
Key Leviticus 17:11; Isaiah 52:15 Blood makes atonement Matthew 26;28; Mark 10:45; 1 John 3:14-18; Revelation 1:5
Jews Isaiah 53:7 A man is a sacrificial lamb John 1:29
Jews Isaiah 53:10 A man is a guilt offering for sin Matthew 20:28
TeachingheartsNumbers 1:50,53 Priests between people and God Wrath stopped by priest
TeachingheartsNumbers 11: 15 Kill me instead if I have found favor but spare the people
TeachingheartsNumbers 18: 1 Priests bear guilt associated with the sanctuary and priesthood Priests responsible for tearing down His sanctuary (death)
TeachingheartsLeviticus 6: 28 Earthenware vessel of sin offering broken Human body shattered
Teachinghearts Leviticus 21: 17-20 Lame He could not walk because His feet were nailed High Priest Rejected
Carry Cross
Teachinghearts Leviticus 21: 17-20 Broken Foot or Broken Hand Hands and feet nailed
Teachinghearts Leviticus 21: 17-20 Deformed Limb Legs twisted and nailed
Teachinghearts Leviticus 21: 17-20 Hunchback Carry the cross with a bent posture
Teachinghearts Leviticus 21: 17-20 Dwarf Carry the cross with a short stature
Teachinghearts Leviticus 21: 17-20; Isaiah 52: 14 Disfigured Face The beating and dried blood
Teachinghearts Leviticus 21: 17-20 Blind Blood and thorns pricking His eyes
Teachinghearts Leviticus 21: 17-20 Obscurity in His Eye Thorns pricking His eyes
Teachinghearts Leviticus 21: 17-20 Eczema or Scabs Beating marks and wounds dried
Teachinghearts Leviticus 21: 17-20 Crushed Testicles The sins of the seed of the two branches of the church crushed Him and they were crushed
SDA Exodus 28: 15-27 Breastplate with 12 stones This is Jesus, our High PriestJesus And The Cross
SDA Exodus 28: 29 Breastplate over the heart 12 Tribes on the heart of Jesus
Teachinghearts Exodus 28: 6-14 Ephod laws hold the breastplate The ephod is the Cross
Teachinghearts Exodus 28: 28 Breastplate is bound to the Ephod Jesus is bound to the The CrossJesus Is Bound To The Cross
Teachinghearts Exodus 28: 13-14 Two braided gold chains like a rope attached by a blue cord Bound by ropes
Teachinghearts Exodus 28: 28 Breastpiece rings tied to the ephod rings at the waistband (base), so that the breastpiece will not swing out from the ephod Jesus bound to the cross at His feet so that He cannot swing out or be detached from the cross
Teachinghearts Exodus 28: 12 2 onyx stones with 12 names Sins like a burdensome stone With The Burden of Our Sins Jesus Carries The Cross On His Shoulders
Teachinghearts Exodus 28: 12 Stones fastened on the shoulders of the ephod Cross carried on the shoulders
Teachinghearts Genesis 33: 12 Beloved of the Lord is secure on His shoulders Children carried on the shoulders
Teachinghearts Exodus 28: 12 Aaron bears them as a memorial Jesus remembers us
Teachinghearts Exodus 28: 40 White linen robe PurityRighteousness As A Covering
Teachinghearts Exodus 28: 36 Turban with crown Holiness To The Lord
Teachinghearts Exodus 28: 31-34 Blue Robe of the ephod Obeys laws. Submitted to the cross
Teachinghearts Exodus 28: 39 Sash Bound To The Covenant
Teachinghearts Exodus 28: 30 Urim and Thummin onyx stones Make decisions to keep covenantCovenant Intercession
Teachinghearts Genesis 9: 11-17 Rainbow is a sign of the covenant Onyx stones are striped with rainbow colors
Teachinghearts Numbers 6: 2 Nazarite vows to be dedicated to the Lord for a specific period Lamb who volunteered (John 10: 15-17) (Hebrews 10: 5-9Natririm
(Nazarite Vows)
Teachinghearts Numbers 6: 3-4 Must not eat grape products (grape, raisins, juice, skin, seeds) Will not eat the fruit of the vine until the Second Coming (Mark 14: 25)
Teachinghearts Numbers 6: 3 Must not drink wine or vinegar Refused to drink the vinegar (Matthew 27: 24)
Teachinghearts Numbers 6: 6 Must not be in the same room as a corpse Buried in a new tomb (Matthew 27: 59-61)
Teachinghearts Numbers 6: 7 Must not touch the dead Resurrected before He could spoil
Teachinghearts Numbers 6: 5 Nazarite must not cut hair Jesus did not begin the new kingdom then
Teachinghearts Numbers 6: 5 Must let His hair grow long The church must grow big first
Teachinghearts Numbers 6: 5 Must shave His head when vow ends The church will be shaved from the earth when the end time comes. Hairs are numbered (Luke 12: 7). The tribes are numbered (Revelation 14).
Teachinghearts Numbers 6: 5 Hair shaved at the doorway Second coming is from the east
Teachinghearts Numbers 6: 9 Sudden death beside him, he is defiled until seventh day Jesus was in heaven seven days after His resurrection
Teachinghearts Numbers 6: Remaining days after he is defiled voided Even if the thieves on the cross defiled Him, His accomplishments were not voided.
Teachinghearts Numbers 6: 8 Holy during days of separation. Cap on the High priest said "Holy to the Lord" (Exodus 28: 36) He is still the Holy High priest. So His Nazarite vow must either be a new vow or He was not defiled by His own death
Teachinghearts Numbers 6: 6-8 Days of separation Jesus has been separated from us (John 7: 36. John 14: 2-3)
Teachinghearts Numbers 6: 5 Dedicated hair All reserved for God
Teachinghearts Numbers 6: 18 Must give dedicated hair to God with the peace offering The church is given to God (1 Corinthians 15: 27-28)
Teachinghearts Numbers 6: 20 The Nazarite may drink wine after the offering Will drink wine in heaven (Mark 14: 25)
No Control Torah (Moses) (Sanctuary, Offerings and Feasts and The Patriarchs) and exodus Events in the Exodus (˜1500 BC)
Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 28:31 The ox is slaughtered Christ is killed The Ox as The Peace Offering
Ox
Teachinghearts Leviticus 26: 13 The ox with a yoke on his shoulder Christ carries the cross
Teachinghearts Exodus 32: 20 The idol was crushed and eaten Jesus was crushed and chewed up
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 28:31 The sheep given to enemies The Gentiles accept Christ The Sheep as The Burnt Offering
Sheep
SDA Numbers 28-29 Lambs as offering Christ is the Lamb of God
Teachinghearts Genesis 26: 14 Red ram skin tabernacle cover Jesus covered in blood
SDA Leviticus 16; 23: 26-32 The Lord's Goat Christ is sacrificed for our sins The Goat as The Sin Offering
Goat
Teachinghearts Genesis 25:25-27; 27:11,16 Esau (red, hairy) Jesus covered in blood and shame
Teachinghearts Genesis 26: 7 Hairy goat skin tabernacle cover Jesus covered in shame
Teachinghearts Leviticus 16: 22 Scapegoat led into the wilderness Jesus came to earth. Tempted in the wilderness (Matthew 4)Jesus As The Scapegoat
Goat
Teachinghearts Leviticus 16: 22 (Tradition) The strongman throws the scapegoat from a cliff and breaks his neck Satan tempted Jesus to jump off the temple heights (Matthew 4: 5-6)
Teachinghearts They tried to throw Jesus from a cliff (Luke 4: 29)
Teachinghearts Leviticus 16: 21 Scapegoat led by a strongman Roman army and Simon of Cyrene
Teachinghearts Genesis 49:14-15 Issachar, the donkey bears burdens Jesus bears our burdens as a son The Donkey Bears Burdens
Donkey
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 22:1-4; Exodus 23:4-5 Help the donkey that strays The angel put him back on the path. Luke 22: 42-43
Teachinghearts Numbers 22: 23-28 exodus Balaam's donkey beaten Christ bears burden, is beaten
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 22:4; Exodus 23:5 Help the donkey that falls Christ stumbles and falls. Simon of Cyrene helps. Luke 23: 26
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 28:31 The donkey is torn away by enemies Christ killed and taken away by Romans and Gentiles
Teachinghearts Exodus 13:12-13 The firstborn donkey is redeemed by a lamb Redemption is substitution for the unclean and stubborn
Teachinghearts Leviticus 12:6-8 Pigeon offered by the poor Luke 2: 23-25 Pigeons offered by His parents
Pigeon, Dove
Teachinghearts Leviticus 5:7-8 Pigeon neck wrung off Matthew 14: 10 John was beheaded
Teachinghearts Isaiah 40: 3 Voice crying in the wilderness Matthew 3: 3 John is the voice in the wilderness
Teachinghearts Leviticus 18:21; 20:2 Child sacrifice given to Molech Jesus was their sacrificed son Given to Satan
Teachinghearts Numbers 21: 8-9; Genesis 49:16-17; 3:12-13 exodus Lifted up like a serpent, He cures the snake bite from Eden and defeats the dragon Jesus becomes a curse for us. John 3: 14-15; Galatians 3: 13 Plague
Became Sin Like an Evil Snake
2002 Teachinghearts' understanding of this prophecy is different from the traditional interpretation
Teachinghearts Exodus 4:3 Moses runs away from the snake Israel runs away from the snake
Teachinghearts Exodus 4:4 Moses grasps the snake Israel will grasp the snake
Teachinghearts Exodus 4:3-5 1. A Snake on a rod became sin John 3: 14-15; Galatians 3: 13 Plague
Three Signs of the Deliver of Israel
Teachinghearts Exodus 7:10-12 The Serpent Holder eats snakes Revelation 20: 1-2
Teachinghearts Exodus 4:6-8 2. Takes our plagues Galatians 3: 13
Teachinghearts Exodus 4:9 3. Pours out Water and Blood Blood and water from His side (John 19: 34)
Teachinghearts Exodus 29:23 One wafer from the basket The bread among humans Bread
Bread of Life
(Meal Offering)
Teachinghearts Numbers 15: 17-21 Separate Challah (dough) from large batch and give to God Jesus taken when there was a huge Passover crowd
SDA Leviticus 6:14-23 Gain offering The baked unleavened grain
SDA Leviticus 23:9-12 Sheaf of first fruit The new grain (resurrection) 1 Corinthians 15: 20-23
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 23: 25 Standing grain Upright cross planted in the ground
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 23: 25 No sickle to the standing grain No bones broken by sword smashing legs. John 19:31-36
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 8: 14 Delivered from the House of Bondage Delivered us from the slavery of sin Plague
The Wilderness Journey Of Jesus
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 8: 15 Great and terrible wilderness The lonely journey without a friend through the mocking crowd
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 8: 15 Fiery serpents and scorpions The hateful crowd around Him
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 8: 15 Drought, no water I am thirsty
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 8: 15 Water from the flinty rock Water came from His side
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 8: 15 Flinty Rock He was the rock
Teachinghearts Isaiah 50: 7 Set face like a flint He was determined to submit
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 8: 16 Fed with manna Jesus was the Manna from heaven
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 8: 16 Good done at their latter end God came to them before they lost the covenant
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 8: 16 Manna not known by their fathers He was the Bread
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 8: 19 Forgot the Lord and served the gods They united with the Romans
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 8: 20 Destroyed like the disobedient nations The people, temple and city were destroyed between 70-136 AD
Teachinghearts Leviticus 10: 14-15; Numbers 6: 19-20 Breast and thigh offering
Lifted up and Waving
John 3: 14-15 Offering Lifted Up

(The Crucifixion is Symbolized as early as 2150 BC in the experience of Abraham
and
The Cross Shape is Symbolized Earlier than 1500 BC in the alphabet of the Region)
Teachinghearts Genesis 22: 13 Abraham saw Mount Moriah Mount Moriah is the same place as Golgotha where a badly beaten and bruised Jesus Who was "spotted and striped" was on the cross between two other men until about sunset. People would have to "lift up" or raise their eyes to see Him
Teachinghearts Genesis 18: 1-5 Abraham saw three men
SDA Genesis 28: 12-13, 19 Jesus is the ladder raised between heaven and earth
Teachinghearts DNA ladder
Teachinghearts Three Matzah lifted up The Trinity at the crucifixion
Teachinghearts Genesis 31: 10; 30: 37-39, 41; Psalm 89: 32; Isaiah 53: 5 Jacob saw the spotted and striped rod and male goats
Teachinghearts Exodus 17: 15-16 exodus The Lord is My Banner Hands lifted up to the throne of God
Teachinghearts Exodus 17: 11-12, 15-16 exodus Hands lifted up like a banner between two men until the enemies (Amalekites) were defeated at sunset Crucified between two men
Teachinghearts Exodus 17: 11-12Hands on the cross on the hill of Golgotha until Satan was defeated at sunset
Teachinghearts Psalm 22: 12-13,16, 20-21 Surrounded by dogs, lions, bulls, wild ox Luke 23: 33-39 The Offering is Beseiged by Wild Animals
Teachinghearts Exodus 22: 31 Thrown to the dogs Luke 23: 33-39
Teachinghearts Psalm 118: 10-12 Surrounded by bees Luke 23: 33-39
Teachinghearts Psalm 40: 12; Psalm 118: 10-12 Caught by thorns and scorpions Matthew 27: 29
Teachinghearts Psalm 35: 16; 37: 12 Surrounded by cannibals Mark 10: 34
Teachinghearts Genesis 15: 11 Birds of prey came on the carcass Mark 10: 34; Luke 23: 33-39
Teachinghearts Numbers 2; 1: 53 Surrounded by the twelve tribes Mark 10: 34
  Justice Law: This shows how He kept the law. It is prophetic because the commandments are the everlasting covenant which He faithfully kept while being tested again by Satan at the end of His life
Teachinghearts (1). Exodus 20:2 Delivered from the House of Bondage He delivered us from slavery to sin in the house of Satan 10 Commandments
Jesus Kept The Ten Commandments
Teachinghearts (1), Exodus 20:3 No other gods He was faithful to the covenant even when it seemed that God had abandoned Him to wild beasts
Teachinghearts (2), Exodus 20:4-6 Idolatry He submitted to death on the cross
Teachinghearts (2), Exodus 20:5 Visit Iniquity to the third and fourth generation He saved the third generation of believers who escaped the Roman siege in 66 AD by obeying His warning
Teachinghearts (3), Exodus 20:7 Name of the Lord in vain He kept the oath that God made
Teachinghearts (4), Exodus 20:8-11 Sabbath He rested in the grave on Sabbath
Teachinghearts (5), Exodus 20:12 Honor mother and father He found a home for Mary and submitted to the Father who did not rescue Him
Teachinghearts (5), Exodus 20:12 Success and long life He is the indestructible High Priest and king who gave us eternal life
Teachinghearts (6), Exodus 20:13 Murder He made peace with God and saved us from a lunatic kidnapper
Teachinghearts (7), Exodus 20:14 Commit Adultery He was faithful to God even when tortured
Teachinghearts (8), Exodus 20:15 Steal He purchased us with His blood
Teachinghearts (9), Exodus 20:16 False Witness Faithful witness
Teachinghearts (10), Exodus 20:17 Covet He did not covet equality with God
Teachinghearts (1). Exodus 20:2 Delivered from the House of Bondage They bound Him and offered Him to Rome in exchange for the people10 Commandments
The People Broke The Ten Commandments
Teachinghearts (1), Exodus 20:3 No other gods They united with the Romans and accused Him of blasphemy
Teachinghearts (2), Exodus 20:4-6 Idolatry They made Him into an asherah and accused Him of idolatry
Teachinghearts (2), Exodus 20:5 Visit Iniquity to the third and fourth generation The temple and city were destroyed in the third and fourth generations
Teachinghearts (3), Exodus 20:7 Name of the Lord in vain They cursed and mocked Jesus
Teachinghearts (4), Exodus 20:8-11 Sabbath rest for animals, servants and Israel On the Sabbath they asked the Romans to guard the body
Teachinghearts (5), Exodus 20:12 Honor mother and father They dishonored, spit on and cursed their God
Teachinghearts (5), Exodus 20:12 Success and long life His life was cut short and His mission seemed to fail
Teachinghearts (6), Exodus 20:13 Murder The Romans, priests, leaders and people killed Him
Teachinghearts (7), Exodus 20:14 Commit Adultery They united with Rome to mate Him to the cross
Teachinghearts (8), Exodus 20:15 Steal They took His clothes
Teachinghearts (9), Exodus 20:16 False Witness The used two liars to condemn Him
Teachinghearts (10), Exodus 20:17 Covet Judas coveted fame. The priests were jealous of His popularity. Satan coveted the throne of God
  Justice Justice
Teachinghearts Leviticus 23: 22 The Gentiles take the fallen gleanings Simon of Cyrene carried the cross. Matthew 27: 32; Mark 15:21; Luke 23:26 Aliens Reaping the Harvest
Teachinghearts Leviticus 23: 22 Gentiles strip the fallen grain Rome takes the clothes
Teachinghearts Leviticus 23: 22 Gentiles reap the four corners Rome nailed his hands and feet
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 32: 21 Gentiles make the Jews jealous Romans 11: 11 Gentiles
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 32: 15,18 Israel scorned the Messiah Matthew 26: 31, 56 Rejected
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 32: 19-20 God spurned Israel Romans 11: 17 Rejected
Key Deuteronomy 21: 23 Die on a tree, cursed Acts 2: 23; 5: 30; Galatians 3: 10-13 The Legal Disposition of the Offering
Teachinghearts Leviticus 4: 3, 11-12 Killed on wood John 19: 17
Teachinghearts Leviticus 4: 7 Bleed on the ground while praying Luke 22: 44
Teachinghearts Leviticus 16: 23 Clothing removed after making offering After Gethsemane, stripped naked
Teachinghearts Leviticus 6: 11 Change His clothing before taking ashes out Matthew 27: 28-31; Mark 15: 17-19; John 19: 2
Teachinghearts Leviticus 6: 11 Body outside the city, north John 19: 17
Teachinghearts Leviticus 6: 9 Roasting all night on trial Matthew 27: 1-2; Mark 15: 1
Teachinghearts Many prophecies (12+) Four holes in his body Crucified. John 19: 17
Teachinghearts Numbers 4: 13 Dressed in purple Matthew 27: 28-31; Mark 15: 17-19; John 19: 2
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 33:25; Leviticus 12: 1-4 Lives 33 years Luke 3: 23 and 3.5 year ministry. Acts 1: 2-3
TeachingheartsExodus 23: 8 Do not accept bribes Judas was bribed by the priests Passover Torah Readings
Justice Perverted
TeachingheartsExodus 23: 1,7 Do not accept false testimony Two false witnesses
TeachingheartsExodus 23: 6 Defend your needy brother Peter denied Him
TeachingheartsExodus 23: 2 Do not follow a crowd The crowd begged to crucify Him
TeachingheartsExodus 22:31 Torn to pieces, thrown to the dogs Given to the Romans and beaten
Teachinghearts Exodus 12: 43-44 High priest purchases slave who eats Passover Caiaphas paid a bribe to get Jesus at Passover
Teachinghearts Numbers 22: 7 Balaam the traitor gets divination fees Judas the traitor gets bribe
Teachinghearts Leviticus 14: 13 Priests cause His death Luke 24: 20 Killed by the Leaders and the People
TeachingheartsNumbers 2,4,7,10 The final week of Jesus Matthew 21-28; Mark 11-16, Luke 19-24; John 12-21
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 33
TeachingheartsGenesis 29-30,35,48-49
SDANumbers 20: 6-12 exodus Moses strikes the Rock Dies once. See the Sin of Moses
TeachingheartsExodus 33: 18-23 exodus The Rock is split (split hooves) Pierced by crucifixion
TeachingheartsExodus 17: 6-7 exodus Massah [test], Meribah [quarrel]. They quarreled and tested God, saying "Is the Lord among us or not?" Many trials and insults, saying "If He is God let Him come down". Matthew 27:42-43. Mark 15: 30-32
TeachingheartsExodus 17: 4 exodus They tried to stone Moses Jesus stoned with insults and spit
TeachingheartsNumbers 21: 16 exodus Leaders dig a well Blood and water from a hole in His side John 19: 34
TeachingheartsNumbers 16 exodus The leaders rebelled The Sanhedrin turned against Him
TeachingheartsNumbers 16: 31-33 exodus Earth opens its mouth It swallows or spits out the deadEarthquake
TeachingheartsNumbers 16:47-48;25:11 exodus Plague checked Plague of death stopped by priestPlague
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 4: 34 Nation taken out of another nation Israel (Jesus) taken from Rome A Great Delivery
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 4: 34 Mighty hand and outstretched arm Hands nailed outstretched
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 4: 34 Great Terrors Darkness, angry mob, crucifixion
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 4: 34 Signs and Wonders Miracles, darkness
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 4: 34 War Arrested by an army
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 4: 34 Trials Tried by several groups
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 4: 26 Unfriendly witnesses in heaven The priests condemned Him Justice Delivered
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 4: 26 Unfriendly witnesses on earth False witnesses testified at trials
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 4: 27 Scattered and left few in number Disciples ran away. He was alone
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 4: 28 Serve the work of man's hands, gods of wood Jesus on the cross was the god of wood
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 4: 28 Serve the gods of stone The grave stone is the god of stone
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 13: 13 Worthless men seduced a city Jesus and the disciples minister to Jerusalem and were popular The City of God Burned and Scattered
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 13: 13 Serve gods we have not known Jesus claims to be God
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 13: 15 Strike the inhabitants of that city with the edge of the sword Sword in His side
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 13: 16 Gather the booty in the middle of its open square The cross in the middle
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 13: 16 Burn the city and its booty with fire Disciples are the city's foundation
Teachinghearts The Law of Moses (The SHEMA and the Five Signs of Judaism) (˜1500-1460 BC)
TeachingheartsCircumcision The Promised Seed cut off Matthew 27: 35; Isaiah 53: 8; Jeremiah 11: 19 The Physical Appearance of Jesus at His Crucifixion
TeachingheartsTzitzit 4 holes in His torn body Crucified. John 19: 23
TeachingheartsMezuzah King of the Jews above His head Matthew 27: 37; Mark 15: 26; Luke 23: 38; John 19: 19-20
TeachingheartsTefillin on the Hand (Arm) Bound, nailed hands Matthew 27: 2; Mark 15: 1; John 18: 12-24
TeachingheartsTefillin on the Forehead Crown of thorns Matthew 27: 29
TeachingheartsTefillin on the Forehead Has 4 sections stretched with iron 4 nails
Teachinghearts The Law of Moses (The Covenant) (˜1500-1460 BC)
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 3 Dies for us Romans 5: 8 Covers our Sins and Punishments
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 14-24 Suffered the wrath of God for us Romans 5: 9
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 21;
Jeremiah 31: 33
Clothe us with Righteousness.
Write the law in our hearts
Romans 6: 4; Hebrews 8: 10-12; 10: 16-17
TeachingheartsLeviticus 6: 27 Consecrates anyone who touches it We are made holy by His flesh and blood
TeachingheartsGenesis 15: 9-18 Split in two to make the covenant Crucified for the covenant
TeachingheartsGenesis 15: 12 Darkness, terror, sleep Darkness, terror, death
TeachingheartsGenesis 15: 9-18 Christ split in two Divinity separated from humanity Body of Christ Split in Two.
(Church Divided)
TeachingheartsGenesis 15: 9-10 Offering split in two (Matthew 26: 31) Jews and Christians Separated
TeachingheartsGenesis 49: 5-7 Simeon and Levi separated
TeachingheartsEzekiel 44: 10-15 Zadok and Levites separated
TeachingheartsGenesis 32: 7 Jacob split family into two groups
TeachingheartsGenesis 33: 1-3 Jacob split family by mothers
TeachingheartsGenesis 32: 1-2 Mahanaim. Two campsHeaven and earth separated
TeachingheartsGenesis 15: 9-18 Christ split in two Divinity separated from humanity The Divinity and Humanity of Christ
(Split in Two)
Teachinghearts1 Samuel 6: 7,12 The twin cows carry the Ark of the Covenant that was captured by Dagon, causing plagues Christ renewed the covenant and carried away the plagues and was sacrificed
TeachingheartsGenesis 25: 25; 27:11-16 Jacob and Esau The birthright and blessing
TeachingheartsGenesis 38: 27 Perez and Zerah The breach and the dawning
TeachingheartsGenesis 32: 7 Two Companies Concubines and Wives
TeachingheartsThe broken Middle Matzah Smaller piece and Afikoman Humanity swallowed by parents. Divinity discovered by children
Teachinghearts All the parts of the sanctuary became life for us and a blessing for us until we were built up The Sanctuary
(Blessing)
SDA Exodus 38:1-7; 27:1-8 Altar of Sacrifice Sacrificed on earth
Teachinghearts Exodus 20: 24 Make an altar of earth Jesus was the altar made of clay
Teachinghearts Exodus 20: 25 Make an altar of rock Jesus is the Rock who is an altar
SDA Exodus 38:8; 30:18 Laver Wash away sins
Teachinghearts Exodus 16: 12 Eat meat at twilight Darkness at twilight (3-6 PM)
Teachinghearts Exodus 16: 12 Eat bread in the morning Brought out in the morning
Teachinghearts Exodus 16: 21 Melted at noon Dehydrated on the cross at noon
SDA Exodus 36: 35 His Body is the Veil Matthew 27: 51; Hebrews 10: 20
Teachinghearts Exodus 26: 37 5 Pillars and hooks on first door 5 holes from 4 nails and a sword
Teachinghearts 1 Samuel 21: 9-10 Iron sword in the sanctuary behind the ephod Sword from the iron kingdom in his body
Teachinghearts Exodus 26: 31,36 Blue, purple, red veil The color of His bruised body
Teachinghearts Exodus 26: 36 Veil made with needlework His bruises caused by man's sharp objects
SDA Exodus 37:10; 25:23-28 Table of Shewbread Bread of the Presence
SDA Exodus 25: 29-30 The Bread of Life John 6: 48, 51
SDA Exodus 16 The Bread of Life (Manna) John 6: 48, 51
SDA Genesis 14: 18 Bread and wine offered The Last Supper (body and blood)
Matthew 26:26-29
Teachinghearts 7 day old bread eaten on Sabbath He remained for one week from entrance into Jerusalem until He was buried just before Sabbath. He was eaten in the grave on Sabbath
Teachinghearts Fresh Bread Fresh Bread replaced on Sabbath Body fresh during Sabbath
Key Leviticus 23: 36-37 The drink offering John 19:31-36. His blood is poured out
SDA Exodus 37:17-23; 25:31 Menorah: Light of the world John 8: 12
Teachinghearts Almond Tree: The Hasty Tree or The Awakener Menorah looked like a burning almond tree. Aaron's rod that budded was an almond branch. Quick burial and resurrection with light. Firstborn of the dead (Colossians 1: 18; Revelation 1: 5)
Teachinghearts Acacia (Acacia nilotica)
A scented thorn tree in the Sinai desert
It is the shittim wood covered with gold that made the portable sanctuary and furniture in the desert It represents Christ crowned with thorns, flesh goughed by sharp objects but covered with a golden character while in the wilderness
SDA Exodus 37:25; 30:1 Altar of Incense High Priest prays (intercessor)
SDA Leviticus 16:13 Smoke from altar of Incense Like the smoke rising up He went back to heaven in a cloud to be our High Priest (Acts 1:9)
Teachinghearts Exodus 26: 32 4 Pillars and hooks on next door 4 holes made by 4 nails paid the price of redemption
Teachinghearts Exodus 26: 31 Veil made with cherubims His bruised body caused by angels
SDAExodus 17: 6 The water of life by striking a Rock Jesus was struck. John 19: 34; 1 Corinthians 10:4
Teachinghearts Ezekiel 47: 2-5 Water of life from the south east Blood poured out in Gethsemane in the south east corner of Jerusalem
Teachinghearts Revelation 22: 1-2 Water of life in the Most Holy Place Water and blood poured out of His side after His death. His body is the most holy place
Teachinghearts Exodus 15: 23-25 Bitter waters of Marah sweetened by a tree The cross gave us life when Jesus was hung on a tree, sweeting the bitter waters of death
SDA Exodus 37:1-9; 25:10-22 Ark of the covenant and Mercy Seat Kept the covenant
Teachinghearts Ten Commandments The Book of Life It is written on His heart
Teachinghearts Aaron's Rod Budded The Tree of Life Resurrection of the dead stick
Teachinghearts Jar of Manna The Bread of Life Did not spoil on Sabbath or in the presence of God. So did not spoil in the grave
Teachinghearts Exodus 16:35 Ate manna for 40 years until they came to the land of the Gentiles Rejected Messiah for 40 years until the Gentiles drove them out in 70 AD
Teachinghearts Numbers 10: 33 The temple was rebuilt in 3 days 3 days (Seder to Resurrection) Sanctuary Rebuilt
Teachinghearts Nehemiah 2: 1-6; 6: 15 The walls were rebuilt in 52 days 52 days (Crucifixion to Pentecost) Walls Rebuilt
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 20: 20 Cut down trees not bearing fruit Jesus was cut down in 31 AD.
Israel was cut down in 70-136 AD
Jerusalem Captured by Rome
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 20: 20 Construct siegeworks against city Titus besieged the city
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 20: 20 Make war with the city Titus (66-70 AD). Hadrian (132-136)
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 20: 20 The city falls It fell in 70 AD and 136 AD
  Sanctuary The Sanctuary of God is Destroyed by the curse in the wrath of God
Teachinghearts Jesus fulfilled the curses in the Seven Last Plagues of Revelation 16
Deuteronomy 28 has many more Messianic prophecies about the curses not shown in this list
Doomed Sanctuary
(Cursed) and Worshippers Defiled
Teachinghearts Numbers 5: 2 Sores, Leper Altar of Sacrifice. has cut and mangled stones. Send them outside His wounds looked like sores and He was treated like a leper. So He was sent out of the camp
Teachinghearts Numbers 5: 2 Laver of Blood. Touch the dead Washed in the blood of the dead
Teachinghearts Leviticus 17: 10 Drink blood Table of Shewbread. Famine Cannibalism. Eating human flesh and drinking blood. He is the meal
Teachinghearts Leviticus 26: 31 Abandoned. Incense Altar No prayers heard
Teachinghearts Ezekiel 44: 18 No sweat Heat and Sweat. No signs of work Sweating blood, hard labor
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 28: 22 Heat Heat, Not Light. Menorah Signs of fever, mildew and a sword
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 28: 29 Darkness. on the throne No light for 3 hours, only heat
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 28: 48 River Dries Up. The River of Life from the throne of God. Rev 22: 1
Teachinghearts Numbers 16: 30 Earthquake. Swallowed quickly
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 28: 20; Deut 11: 7 Cursing, vexation, rebuke and perish quickly Jesus was cursed and verbally abused, perished quickly Jesus died quickly and was buried quickly
Teachinghearts Numbers 16: 46 Atonement made quickly Jesus died quickly
Teachinghearts Genesis 18: 1-7 In the heat Abraham prepares bread quickly for the Lord as the Lord rests under a tree Jesus on the tree in the heat of the day died quickly
Teachinghearts Exodus 12: 11 Passover eaten quickly Tried and killed quickly
Teachinghearts Exodus 12: 11 Chewed and cut by sharp teeth Teeth of the flagellum tore His flesh Signs Of Being cooked and Eaten Alive
Teachinghearts Exodus 12: 11 Saliva generated in chewing Spit on His body
Teachinghearts Exodus 12: 11 Roasted meat skewered by a fork Skewered by a Roman sword
Teachinghearts Exodus 12: 11 Juices flow out of the meat Blood and water flows out His body
Teachinghearts Exodus 12: 11 Holes poked in the Matzah Holes in His body
Teachinghearts Exodus 12: 9 Not sodden with water Water poured out of Him
Teachinghearts Exodus 12: 8 Flesh eaten that night Night came in the 3 hrs of darkness starting the seder that same day
Teachinghearts Exodus 12: 11 Swallowed quickly in the bowels Buried quickly in the bowels of the earth
Teachinghearts Leviticus 18: 25 Resurrected Vomited out of the earth
  Sanctuary The Sanctuary of God is Destroyed and Rebuilt in Three Days
Teachinghearts All the parts of the sanctuary became death for Him and a curse for Him until it was torn down The Sanctuary
(Cursed)
Teachinghearts Exodus 38:1-7; 27:1-8 The sacrifice was being pounded and stoned and treated badly Matthew 27: 2, 26,35
Teachinghearts Leviticus 26: 30 God hated the sacrifice Hebrews 10: 8-9
Teachinghearts Exodus 20: 25 Altar is profaned by cutting the rock. Do not use a tool on it Jesus is the Rock who was cut by the flagellum and the sword
Teachinghearts Exodus 20: 26 Nakedness exposed on the altar He was crucified naked
Teachinghearts Exodus 20: 26 Do not climb steps to altar Cross is the altar. It has 2 "steps" - sedulum, foot rest
Jews Isaiah 53: 4 The ox bears our griefs and sorrows but is seen as cursed Matthew 27:41-43.
The cursed burden bearer
Teachinghearts Exodus 38:8; 30:18 The laver was full of spit Matthew 26:67; 27:30; Mark 14:65
Teachinghearts Exodus 38:8; 30:18 Laver of blood. The High Priest was bathed in is own blood Luke 22:44. Gethsemane and Calvary
Teachinghearts Leviticus 26: 29 The Bread was cannibalized Matthew 26: 26
Teachinghearts Numbers 11: 6,13-15 The Manna is rejected for meat Christ was rejected as they looked
Teachinghearts Numbers 11: 16-17 The Spirit taken from Moses and shared Christ gives the Holy Spirit to disciples
Teachinghearts Exodus 25: 29 The wine turned to vinegar Matthew 27:34, John 19:28-30
Teachinghearts Exodus 25: 37 The Menorah was not lit Mark 15: 37; John 19: 30
Teachinghearts Leviticus 26: 30; Exodus 30: 8,23-32; 37: 29 The prayers were not being heard Matthew 27: 46
Teachinghearts Exodus 36: 35 The veil (His flesh) was torn Matthew 27: 51-52; Hebrews 10: 20
Teachinghearts Exodus 37:1-9; 25:10-22
The Ark of the Covenant
The throne of God is in darkness Matthew 27:45
Teachinghearts The angels were cursing criminals Matthew 27: 38-39, 44
Teachinghearts The river of life was flowing blood and water John 19: 34
Key Deuteronomy 21:23 The cursed man is hung on the Tree of Life Galatians 3:10-13
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 20: 19 The Tree of Life is a man Jesus nailed to a tree
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 20: 19 The Tree of Life was beseiged Jesus was surrounded by Israel
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 20: 19 The axe swung at the Tree of Life The iron kingdom of Rome
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 20: 19 The Tree of Life was cut down Jesus was killed
Teachinghearts Genesis 3: 24 The Tree of Life was cut down Jesus was killed
Teachinghearts Genesis 3: 24 The Tree of Life was guarded Matthew 28: 4. Guarded
Teachinghearts Genesis 3: 24 The Tree of Life was unfruitful Matthew 3: 10. No fruit in Israel
Teachinghearts Genesis 2: 17 The tree of knowledge of evil Jesus died after becoming sin
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 16:21 Do not plant tree (Asherah or Idol) in the temple courtyard beside altar The wooden cross is the asherah erected on a high place and the altar on which God died, accused of idolatry
Jews Genesis 49:22. Jeremiah 23:5; 33:15. Zechariah 3:8; 6:12. Isaiah 4:2; 11:1 Messiah is the Branch on the Tree of Life John 15:1-6
Teachinghearts Jews Isaiah 18:5 When the bud blossoms Israel is pruned Jesus is the bud that blossomed before Israel is cut off
Teachinghearts Psalm 22: 15 The earthenware pottery jar of manna was shattered He was severely beaten, nailed, humiliated and broken and treated like a leper and an unclean thing
Teachinghearts Psalm 22: 6 The manna was treated like it was infested with worms
Teachinghearts Leviticus 26: 34-35 The High Priest keeps the Sabbath Dead on Sabbath. John 19:31; 20:1
Teachinghearts Exodus 37:1-9; 25:10-22 Mercy Seat The curse cound not affect the things covered by the Mercy Seat Protected From The Curse By The Mercy Seat
Teachinghearts Exodus 25: 21 Ten Commandments Even while He suffered He did not break the Ten Commandments
Teachinghearts Jar of Manna Jar of Manna did not spoil No worms ate His body and it did not stink Hebrews 9: 4
Teachinghearts Aaron's Rod Aaron's Rod budded Resurrection promised
Teachinghearts Numbers 11:6 Soul dried up They rejected their Lord 40 Years Of Wandering In the Wilderness
(31 AD-70AD)
Teachinghearts Numbers 11:6 Nothing but Manna Jesus preached to them for 40 more months and 40 years
Teachinghearts Nehemiah 9:20 Spirit to instruct them The gift of the Holy Spirit on Shavu'ot (Pentecost)
Teachinghearts Nehemiah 9:20 Water for their thirst
Teachinghearts Exodus 21: 23 Life for life Jesus was killed Revenge will be taken on the wicked
Teachinghearts Exodus 21: 24 Eye for eye Thorns pricked His eyes
Teachinghearts Exodus 21: 24 Hand for hand, foot for foot His hands and feet were nailed
Teachinghearts Exodus 21: 25 Burn for burn He was the burnt offering
Teachinghearts Exodus 21: 25 Wound for wound Pierced His side, hands and feet
Teachinghearts Exodus 21: 25 Bruise for bruiseHe was punched, beaten, flogged
Teachinghearts Numbers 20: 22-29; Psalm 22: 17-18 The High Priest was stripped naked Luke 23:34,35 The High Priest is A Leper
Priest
Teachinghearts Leviticus 26: 38 The High Priest was exiled Consumed in the land of the dead
Teachinghearts Leviticus 10: 6 His outer clothes were torn John 19: 23-24
Teachinghearts Leviticus 13: 45-46 Leper clothes torn John 19: 23. His body was torn. He was treated like a leper
Teachinghearts Leviticus 14: 1-32 The High Priest is a leper Jesus is rejected and thrown outside the city
Teachinghearts Leviticus 15: 12 Broken earthenware Pottery He is the man made of clay that was broken because of sin
Teachinghearts Leviticus 19: 28 Cuts on the body for the dead He was cut with the flagellum
Teachinghearts Leviticus 19: 28 Tattoos on the body for the dead The bruises looked like tattoos
Teachinghearts Leviticus 11: 36 A spring is clean Blood flowing from His body is clean Blood and Water Poured Out
Blood
Teachinghearts Leviticus 11: 36 A cistern is clean Blood and water pooled in His chest was clean
Teachinghearts Leviticus 11: 37 Seed for sowing is clean He is the Seed that would soon be planted in the grave
Teachinghearts Exodus 24: 7-8 People and book sprinkled with blood Hebrews 9: 18-20. Matthew 27: 25. His blood be on us and our children
Jews Isaiah 8:11 A sanctuary not recognized by His people1 Peter 2: 7-8; 1 Corinthians 1: 23; Matthew 21: 43-44. Revelation 21:22 Sanctuary Stumbling Block
Teachinghearts Exodus 34: 13; Deuteronomy 12: 2 Tear down idols, smash asherim Matthew 21: 12. Drove out money changers Cleansed the Temple
Teachinghearts Numbers 10: 17 It was torn down for the exodus John 2: 19 The Sanctuary is Thrown Down
Sanctuary
Herod's Temple
Teachinghearts Leviticus 26: 31 It was torn down by the curse John 2: 19
Teachinghearts Leviticus 14: 33-57 The sanctuary was torn down because it is a leperous house John 2: 19
Teachinghearts Exodus 23: 20 One angel came to guide Him Luke 22: 43
Teachinghearts Numbers 10: 33 The covenant was moved Jesus established the new covenant in Gethsemane
Teachinghearts Numbers 10: 5 The priests lead out The priests took Jesus
Teachinghearts Numbers 10: 5 Judah moved with a war alarm Jesus arrested by a loud mob
Teachinghearts Numbers 10: 17 Gershon moves ceiling and curtain Heaven withdraws, body torn
Teachinghearts Numbers 10: 17 Merari moves building Jesus carries the cross
Teachinghearts Numbers 10: 6,18 Reuben, the disgraced firstborn, moves with second alarm Cock crows twice and Peter, the first disciple, leaves in disgrace. Mark 14: 72
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 27: 13 Three tribes said curses before He was forgotten in the west Three denials before He was forgotten by the stage of Manasseh
Teachinghearts Numbers 10: 21 Kohath moves holy objects Disciples desert Him
TeachingheartsNumbers 1:51 Strangers killed The Gentiles, like the Roman army, who tear down the sanctuary will be killed
TeachingheartsNumbers 1:51-52; 4:1-33 Priests tear down and carry temple Priests betrayed Christ to Romans
Teachinghearts Obadiah 1: 18 House of Edom is a stubble Herod rebuilt the temple which was burnt down in a Jewish revolt
Teachinghearts Obadiah 1: 18 Israel is the fire
TeachingheartsNumbers 1:51; 9:15 Priests reassemble temple Jews will spread the GospelThe Sanctuary is Raised Up
Sanctuary
Teachinghearts Numbers 10: 21 The sanctuary was raised again John 14: 1-3. Resurrection
Teachinghearts Numbers 10: 21 Kohath arrives with holy objects Disciples meet Jesus after the resurrection
Teachinghearts Numbers 10: 22 Joseph and Ephraim move Jesus received in heaven as the Son of the Right hand
Teachinghearts Numbers 10: 25 Dan, Asher, Naphtali moves Satan thrown out and Jesus receives keys of death and hell and power over the resurrection
Teachinghearts Leviticus 25:46 Canaaite must serve as slave forever unless injured in his limbs Jesus has to be released from the cross and the grave because of His crucifixion injuries. He was from Canaan (The Promised Land)
  Water Food The Tree of Life is Chopped Down and the Bread of Life is Eaten and the Water of Life is Poured Out
SDALeviticus 23: 4-8 The Passover Lamb of God Luke 22: 8; John 1: 29, 36 The Feasts.
God Comes to Conquer Death and Bring New Life
KeyExodus 12: 21-27 Christ is our Passover 1 Corinthians 5:7
SDAExodus 12: 7, 13 God passed by when He saw the blood on the door post (cross) 1 Corinthians 5:7
Teachinghearts Exodus 33: 18-23 exodus God "passes by" in the dark and covers us in the cleft of the Rock Cross. Luke 22:8; John 1: 29,36;
Darkness: Matthew 27:45
SDALeviticus 23: 15-16 Pentecost - 50 days later Acts 2: 1-2. The Holy Spirit Comes
TeachingheartsLeviticus 23:14 Do not eat bread, roasted grain before the Omer He was chewed up and eaten by Israel before Shavu'ot (Pentecost)
KeyLeviticus 16; 23: 26-32 Yom Kippur. The Lord's Goat The priests selected Him to die
TeachingheartsLeviticus 16; 23: 26-32 Yom Kippur. Scapegoat selected Jesus was treated like Satan
Teachinghearts The priests selected Judas
Teachinghearts The people selected Barabbas
KeyLeviticus 23: 27 Taken outside the camp to die Matthew 27:33; Hebrews 13:11-12
Teachinghearts Judas dies in the city garbage dump
TeachingheartsLeviticus 16: 8 Yom Kippur. Cast lots Selection of Jesus or a sinner
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 16: 16 Feast of Unleavened Bread Died at Passover. Gift of mercy Males Appear at Three Feasts in Jerusalem with a Gift
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 16: 16 Feast of Weeks Seen in Jerusalem for 40 days after the resurrection.
Gift of the Holy Spirit at Shavu'ot
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 16: 16 Feast of Booths Second Coming. Gift of Life
TeachingheartsLeviticus 23: 34-39 Tabernacles (Succos) God tabernacles in human flesh Feast of Tabernacles
TeachingheartsLeviticus 23: 40-43 Lulav - in the right hand (Jews) They were the green trees cut down
TeachingheartsLeviticus 23: 40-43 Etrog - in the left hand (Gentiles) They were the one who bore fruit
TeachingheartsBeating the willow Beating until the leaves fall off He was beaten until His skin tore
TeachingheartsWater Ceremony The Wind and the Water Coming of the Holy Spirit
TeachingheartsThe Pierced One Leads the procession Jesus is the pierced one who was the firstborn of the dead
TeachingheartsIlluminating the Temple Turning to the Temple Jesus is revealed in the end
TeachingheartsExodus 15: 27 Camp at 12 Springs and 70 palms Disciples, 12 tribes and 70 nations People Rest
TeachingheartsExodus 16: 14-27,32 Manna will not spoil on Sabbath Body will not decay on Sabbath Preservation and Resurrection
TeachingheartsLeviticus 2:13 Covenant of salt with grain Grain will not decay when it dies
TeachingheartsNumbers 17: 8 exodus Dead stick comes to life Hebrews 9: 4
SDALeviticus 23: 9-14 First fruits from the dead Matthew 27: 52-53, John 5: 28. Resurrected with others as the wavesheaf
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 23: 10-11 Spills His seed while He is asleep
Key Leviticus 23:11; Jonah 1:17 Rise from the dead on the third day 1 Corinthians 15: 20, 26
Christ Matthew 12:40, Matthew 28:1-20; Luke 24:46
Teachinghearts Genesis 22:4; Hosea 6:2
Teachinghearts The Law of Moses (Twelve Tribes of Israel (Last Week of His Life))
Sons are named Genesis 29-30, 35 (˜2000 BC).
Jacob's Blessing. Genesis 48-49 (˜1915 BC). Moses' Blessing. Deuteronomy 33 (˜1460 BC)
Teachinghearts Total Twelve Tribes Prophecies. There are at least 50 prophecies associated with this information
KeyJews Judah (Gen. 49: 9-12) Praised as King Matthew 21: 5,9. King from the east Jesus is Besieged and Captured by the Twelve Tribes
KeyGenesis 49:10 He is sent while Judah still exists Judah and Benjamin: Last 2 tribes
TeachingheartsIssachar Comes east on a donkey Matthew 21: 5; John 12: 12-15
TeachingheartsZebulun Came with the disciples Matthew 26: 17-19. Mark 1: 16-17
TeachingheartsReuben Afflicted in the Garden Luke 22: 44
TeachingheartsSimeon Hated, scattered, violence Matthew 26: 31, 56
TeachingheartsLevi Attached. A nation of priests 1 Peter 2: 5-9
Key » Aaron (East) The priests come from the east Matthew 24: 27-28; Luke 17: 36-37
Teachinghearts» Kohath (South) Carried the furniture (insides) Gethsemane to the trials
Teachinghearts» Merari (North) Carried the structure (outside) John 19: 17; Mark 15: 20-21. Cross
Teachinghearts» Gershon (West) Carried the fabric roof Matthew 27: 51-52. Ascension
TeachingheartsJews Gad (Genesis 49: 19) Arrested and tried. Raider Matthew 26: 47-50; John 18: 3
TeachingheartsJews Dan (Genesis 49: 17) Judged as a serpent Luke 23: 33-39
TeachingheartsAsher Dead but not decaying Matthew 26: 7,12
TeachingheartsNapthali Set loose. Resurrected Matthew 27: 51-52
TeachingheartsJews Joseph (Deut 33: 17) Reproach removed Revelation 5: 12-14
Teachinghearts» Ephraim Fruitful Acts 26: 23
Teachinghearts» Manasseh Forgives and forgets Hebrews 8: 12
TeachingheartsBenjamin Genesis 35: 12 Son of the Right Hand Matthew 26: 64; 22: 44; Acts 2: 33
TeachingheartsBenoi Genesis 35: 12 Son of Sorrow Man of sorrows. Luke 18: 31-34
Teachinghearts The Patriarchs and the Twelve Tribes Prophecies. There are over 200 prophecies associated with this information
No Control The Law of Moses (Dietary Laws) Cooking Instructions (˜1500-1460 BC)
TeachingheartsLeviticus 11: 3; Deuteronomy 14: 6 Clean animal: Split hooves The four wounds that split His hands and feet The State of the Dead Offering
TeachingheartsLeviticus 11: 3; Deuteronomy 14: 6 Clean animal: Chews cud He will be resurrected/ regurgitated from the bowels of the earth
TeachingheartsLeviticus 3: 17
Leviticus 2: 14
Fat not eaten
Salt on the offering
His body would not decay in death but a sweet smelling offering
SDALeviticus 3: 17; 7:26-27 Blood not eaten Jesus would give His life as an atonement for sin in Gethsemane
KeyLeviticus 17:10-14
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 28: 49-52 Besieged by a fierce nation who eats your children Rome surrounded and captured Jesus and ate Him
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 28: 53 Eat the fruit of your own body during the siege Jesus was the Son they ate as they besieged Him
TeachingheartsExodus 23:19;34:26; Deuteronomy 14: 21 Goat meat and mother's milk separated before boiling Jesus separated from His mother before He became the sin offering The Mother of Jesus and Her Baby Bird
(John 19: 26-27)
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 22: 6 Bird nest with baby in the tree Jesus is the baby bird on the cross
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 22: 6 Bird nest with baby on the ground Jesus fell on the ground
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 22: 6 Mother not taken with baby bird Mary was not taken with Jesus
Teachinghearts Exodus 12: 12 Firstborn of Egypt Jesus lived in Egypt as a child A Sinful Jerusalem Was Symbolically Egypt
Teachinghearts Exodus 12: 12 Firstborn child killed Jesus was the firstborn Son
Teachinghearts Exodus 12: 12 Firstborn beast killed Jesus was the firstborn Lamb, Ox, Goat, Dove
Teachinghearts Jewish Customs. Why did the Jews do the following that seem to relate mostly to the life of Jesus Christ?
TeachingheartsPassover Seder (Order) The word "Seder" means "order" but it is not the order of anyset of events during the exodus. It is the order of events from the moment Jesus left Gethsemane to His death Messianic Customs
TeachingheartsPassover Torah Readings. Exodus 22: 24-23:19 Why is the Passover reading a warning about taking bribes, perverting justice, mob justice and hiring false witnesses?
These actions are related to the crucifixion, not the exodus.
  Mishnah: Preparing the Offerings (Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Tamid 30b-31b)
TeachingheartsHole drilled in wrist Christ was nailed in His hands and feet Preparing the Offering
TeachingheartsAnimal hung up He was hung up on a cross
TeachingheartsAnimal flayed, skinned He was flayed Him with insults and beaten until it tore His skin
TeachingheartsHead cut off Crucified in Golgotha "the place of the Skull"
TeachingheartsAnimal cut up He was torn apart to keep the covenant
TeachingheartsAnimal disemboweled He was emotionally destroyed
TeachingheartsPriest casts lots They gambled for His clothes
TeachingheartsBlood at the base He shed blood on the ground in Gethsemane and on Calvary
TeachingheartsNine priests carry pieces Nine tribes symbolized as cutting up the offering
Teachinghearts The Law of Moses (Passover Seder (Nisan 14, Day Time: The Last Hours of His Life)) (˜1500-1460 BC)
Teachinghearts Total Seder Prophecies. There are at least 30 prophecies associated with this information
Teachinghearts Seder Christ eaten in the bowels Matthew 27; John 19 Jesus Makes the Atonement on the Cross
Teachinghearts Kadeish (Sanctification) Sanctified in Gethsemane Sweat blood. Luke 22: 44
Teachinghearts Cup First Cup.
Exodus 6: 6-7
I will bring out.
Mob takes Him from Gethsemane.
Pilate shows Him to the people
Matthew 27: 11, 17, 19, 24
Teachinghearts Urechatz, Leviticus 16: 26 Pilate washes hands Matthew 27: 11, 17, 19, 24
Teachinghearts Karpas Given vinegar Matthew 27: 34; Mark 15: 23; John 19: 28-30
Teachinghearts Maror, chazeret, bitter herbs, salt water, vinegar, hyssop Tears Crying bitter tears. Matthew 27: 46, Psalm 42:3
Teachinghearts Wine, grape, myrrh, sour wine Blood Luke 22:44; John 19:34
Teachinghearts Kissing the matzo Judas kissed Jesus
Mary kissed Jesus
Matthew 26:47-50; Mark 14:44;
Luke 22:47-48; Luke 7:45
Teachinghearts Yachatz Crucified, broken body Matthew 27: 26; John 19
Teachinghearts Afikoman, wrap, hidden Christ's divinity wrapped, hidden Matthew 27; John 19
Teachinghearts Cup Second Cup I will Deliver (from sin) Matthew 27; John 19
Teachinghearts Motzi Matzo The Trinity. Three breads Matthew 27: 50; John 19: 30
Teachinghearts Bottom Matzah Bottom Matzah released. Spirit released Matthew 27: 50; John 19: 30
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 33:24-25, Genesis 37:25-26, Charoset Wrapped in spices for burial Matthew 26: 7-12; John 19: 39-40
Teachinghearts Cup Third Cup I will Redeem. Dies on the cross Matthew 27; John 19
Teachinghearts Elijah's Cup Call Elijah. Pour out wrath Mark 15: 34-35
Teachinghearts Tzafun Find Hidden Afikoman Matthew 27; John 19
Teachinghearts Hallel The resurrection Matthew 27; John 19
Teachinghearts Cup Fourth Cup I will take (Resurrection, Rapture) Matthew 27; John 19
Teachinghearts These are not recognized as part of the Seder ritual. However they will be in the end when Jesus is accepted
Teachinghearts Cup 5th Cup Exodus 6: 7 I will be your God Jesus is God Feast Of Tabernacles.

Jesus Will Be Accepted As God just before the rapture
Teachinghearts Cup 6th Cup Exodus 6: 8 I will bring you to Raptured to heaven
Teachinghearts Cup 7th Cup Exodus 6: 8 I will give Inheritance. New earth
Teachinghearts Exodus 6: 8 I AM the Lord Jesus is the Lord God who led them in the exodus
Teachinghearts Exodus 6: 9 Did not listen to Moses for fear of Egyptians and cruel bondage Rejected Jesus for fear of Romans and bondage to sin
Teachinghearts Jesus is the Main Course Cannibalized at the Wedding Feast Held During the Passover Seder
TeachingheartsPsalm God invites us to a feast Matthew 22: 3,9; A Wedding Feast The Unruly Dinner Guests at the Passover Feast
TeachingheartsPsalm Jesus is the main course John 1: 29, 36. The Lamb of God
TeachingheartsPsalm 17:9; 18:5; 40:12; 88:17; 22:12,16; 109:3; 118:10-12; Job 16: 9,13 The 12 tribes sit around the table as the tribes camped around the sanctuary The people besieged Him
TeachingheartsPsalm 35: 16; 37:12; Job 16: 9 Bite, chew, spit and swallow Him Eat My flesh. Matthew 26: 26.
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 12: 27 Pour out His blood Drink My blood. Mark 14: 24.
No Control Psalms (2, 8, 16, 18, 21-24, 35, 38, 40-45, 50, 55, 68, 69, 72, 78, 81, 89, 94, 97, 102, 105, 109, 110, 118) (˜1050 BC)
Some control Psalm 78:2 Teach in parables Christ Matthew 13:35 The Life and Destiny of Jesus
Key Psalm 8:2 Children would praise Him Christ Matthew 21:16
Some control Psalm 69:9 Enters temple with authority Matthew 21: 23, Mark 11: 15-17, 28
JewsPsalm 72:10 Given gifts by kings Matthew 2:1,11
JewsPsalm 2:7-8 The begotten Son of God Hebrews 10:5-9
SDA Psalm 2:9 Rules nations with a rod of iron Revelation 19: 15; 2:27
Key Psalm 40: 6-9 Became a human to do the will of God Hebrews 10: 5-9
Key Psalm 102:1-11;
Jews Psalm 22:14,15
The Suffering, agony and reproach of Calvary John 21:16-30; Mark 15:34-37
Key Leviticus 16:27 Suffered outside the Camp Matthew 27:33; Hebrews 13:11-12
Jews Isaiah 53:11 God is satisfied with His suffering John 12:27
Key Ruth 4:4-9 Christ is our kinsman-redeemer Ephesians 1:3-7 Family, Friends and Loved Ones
Jews Isaiah 53:1 His people would not believe Him John 12:37-38
Jews Isaiah 53:2 He grew up in a poor family Luke 2:7
KeyPsalm 69:8 Rejected by his brothers Mark 3: 20-21, John 7:1-5, Luke 8:20,21
KeyPsalm 31:11 His friends fled from Him Mark 14:50
KeyPsalm 38:11; 88:8, 18 His friends stood afar off and watched Luke 23:49
Key Psalm 2:1-2 Plot by rulers, Jews and Gentiles Christ Acts 4:25-28 Betrayed
Key Psalm 41:9; 55:12-24; Betrayed by close friend who eats His bread Matthew 26:14-16, 26:21-25, 26:47-50, Luke 22:19-23, John 13: 18-21
Teachinghearts Nahum 1: 11-13; Obadiah 1: 7
Key Psalm 41: 9; 55:15; Obadiah 1: 7 Only one will be lost Christ Matthew 27: 5; John 17: 12; 6: 70; Acts 1:18
Key Psalm 41: 9; 55:12-14 Judas guides the arresting army Christ Acts 1: 16
Key Psalm 69:25-28; 109:6-13 His betrayer is cut off Christ Acts 1: 18-20; Matthew 27: 5
Teachinghearts Genesis 49: 19; Psalm 22: 16 Arrested by a band of evil men Christ Matthew 26: 54;
Christ Mark 14:49; John 18: 3
Teachinghearts Psalm 50: 18 Pleased with a thief Judas was a thief (John 12: 6) The Sins Of The Priests
Teachinghearts Psalm 50: 18 Associated with adulterers Herod and the Romans
Teachinghearts Psalm 50: 19-20 Lied and slandered his brother False witnesses lied about Jesus
Teachinghearts Psalm 105: 16 Staff of bread broken - famine Jesus was the broken bread Tested
Teachinghearts Psalm 105: 17 Leading man sold as a slave Jesus was sold as a slave
Teachinghearts Psalm 105: 18 Bound in fetters and irons He was arrested and bound and nailed with iron nails
Teachinghearts Psalm 105: 19 Tested by the Word of God Jesus fulfilled all written prophecies
Teachinghearts Psalm 105: 20 Freed by the king God released Him from the grave
Teachinghearts Psalm 94: 13 A pit is dug for the wicked Judas and the Sanhedrin fell
KeyPsalm 35:19; 69:4;
Psalm 109:3,5
Hated without cause.
Repaid love with hatred
John 7:48-49, John 15:24-25 Hated and Forsaken
Jews Psalm 22:1 Forsaken by God because of sins Christ Matthew 27:46; Mark 15:34
Key Psalm 118: 22-23, Isaiah 28:16 The Cornerstone rejected Matthew 21:42, Mark 12: 10, 1 Peter 2:5-7
No Control Psalm 118:22 Rejected by rulers Christ Matthew 21:42, John 7:48-49
Teachinghearts Psalm 88:14-17 Overcome by rejection Matthew 27:31,39-44
KeyPsalm 31:13 They took counsel to put Him to death John 11:53 Unjust Trail
Teachinghearts Psalm 94: 21 Conspiracy to condemn the innocent Judas and priests plot
Teachinghearts Psalm 81: 6 Shoulder relieved of burden Simon of Cyrene carried cross on His shoulder (Luke 23: 26)Burdens
Slavery
Teachinghearts Numbers 11: 14 Burden is too heavy. Not able to bear it alone Simon of Cyrene carried cross on His shoulder
Teachinghearts Psalm 89: 32,38-48 Christ suffers the wrath of God Matthew 27. The last three days Suffered
Teachinghearts Psalm 118: 27; 119: 61 Tied up Mark 14: 44; Matthew 26: 47-50
Teachinghearts Psalm 118: 10-12 Besieged Matthew 26: 47-50
No Control Psalm 22:18 Gamble for his clothes Matthew 27:35, Christ John 19:23-24
Key Psalm 22:15 Thirst during crucifixion Christ John 19: 28
KeyPsalm 69:21;JewsRuth 2:14 Given vinegar to drink Matthew 27:34, John 19:28-30
Key Jews Psalm 22:7-8 Despised, rejected, mocked and insulted all day Christ Matthew 27: 31,39-44; Luke 23:11,35-37 Insulted and Mocked
Teachinghearts Psalm 42: 3-11 Where is your God? Matthew 27: 43
JewsPsalm 22:7; 109:25 They shoot out the lip and shake the head Matthew 27:39
KeyPsalm 109:25; 8:5-6 Ridiculed and humiliated Luke 24:50-53; 1 Corinthians 15:27
KeyPsalm 22:8; 31:14,15 He trusted in God, let Him deliver Him Matthew 27:43
KeyCrucifixion was described by David in Psalm 22 around 1000 BC. Yet it was invented over 400 years later by the Phoenicians in 600 BC or the Persians in 300-400 BC Pierced (Crucifixion)
[1000 BC]
No Control Jews Psalm 22:1,7,14-18 Die by crucifixion Matthew 27:31 Mark 15:20,25
No Control Psalm 22:16 Hands and feet pierced (nailed) John 20:25
Jews Zechariah 12:10; Isaiah 53:5 Body is pierced John 19:34-37
No Control Psalm 22:14, 17 Bones and joints dislocated John 19:31-36
No Control Psalm 34:20, Numbers 9:12, Exodus 12:46 No broken bones Christ John 19:31-36
Jews Psalm 22:15 Thirst, death and burial Matthew 27:15 Death (Destruction)
Teachinghearts Psalm 88:4-7 Forgotten among the dead Matthew 27:15
Key Psalm 22:14 Died of a broken heart John 19:34. Heart is ruptured, failed
Jews Psalm 72:16 The corn of wheat falls to the ground John 12:24
Teachinghearts Leviticus 2: 13; 3:16-17; Ezekiel 43:24; Exodus 16: 23-24; Numbers 17:5-8 Body will not decay, or have worms, will be preserved, smells sweet and sprouts to life the next day John 2: 22 Burial and Preservation
JewsPsalm 16:9-10 No corruption of His body Matthew 28:1-10; Acts 2:22-32
JewsIsaiah 53:10; 55:3; 25:8; 26:19; Hosea 13:14 No corruption of His body
KeyPsalm 16:11; 17:15; 22: 22; 30:3,5; 40:2-5; 49-15; 118:17,18 Resurrected John 20:9,17,20; 5:24-29; Luke 24:5-7; Mark 16:6; Acts 2:27; 13:35; 1 Corinthians 15:20, 55-57 Resurrection
TeachingheartsPsalm 82: 5 Foundations of earth shaken. Death earthquake Luke 23: 34 Earthquake
TeachingheartsPsalm 18: 3-19 Resurrection earthquake Matthew 28: 2
TeachingheartsPsalm 24: 7-10 Jesus is inaugurated in heaven Revelation 5: 5-9 Ascension
KeyPsalm 68:18 Ascension. Gift of the Holy Spirit Acts 1:9; Luke 24:51
Teachinghearts David flees from Absalom (˜1020 BC)
Teachinghearts2 Samuel 15: 31; 16:23 Wicked counselor was trusted Matthew 27: 5 Judas Betrays Him
Teachinghearts2 Samuel 17: 23 Wicked counselor hangs himself Matthew 27: 5
Teachinghearts2 Samuel 16: 7 Man of bloodshed Luke 22: 44 Blood
TeachingheartsExodus 4: 24-26 Bridegroom of blood Luke 22: 44
Teachinghearts2 Samuel 17: 1-4. Micah 5: 1-2 A plot to attack and terrify one man when he is weary John 18: 3. Arrested in Gethsemane Raided
Teachinghearts2 Samuel 17: 13 City torn down John 2: 19, 21; Matthew 26:31, 56 Rocks Torn Down
Teachinghearts2 Samuel 17: 13 No little stone remains Matthew 26: 74 (Peter runs away) Peter (Petros)
"Little Pebble"
Teachinghearts2 Samuel 16: 6-7,13 Stones thrown at Him (hail stones) Matthew 26: 74 (Peter threw insults)
Teachinghearts2 Samuel 16: 6-7,13 Cursed and stoned Matthew 27: 38-44 (hurled abuse) Insulted
Teachinghearts2 Samuel 16: 7, Judges 11: 3 Travels with a band of worthless fellows Disciples Disciples
Teachinghearts2 Samuel 16: 1 Gift of donkey Matthew 21:1-6; Mark 11: 1-8 Gifts Prepared for Him
Teachinghearts2 Samuel 16: 1 Gift of bread and wine Luke 22: 10-12
Teachinghearts2 Kings 4: 8-10 Gift of upper room Luke 22: 10-12
Teachinghearts2 Samuel 15: 25 The ark returned to heaven New Covenant Returns to Heaven
Teachinghearts2 Samuel 15: 25 Sees ark and habitation Raptured
Teachinghearts2 Samuel 15: 25 Resurrected if he finds favor Luke 24: 1-3
Teachinghearts2 Samuel 17: 21-22 Resurrection John 20: 12
  The Prophecies of Daniel (˜597-530 BC)
Key Daniel 2 Christ is the Rock that will destroy the kingdoms Hail stones destroy the earth. Revelation 16: 21; 11: 19; 6: 16-17 Second Coming
Teachinghearts Daniel 7 Wild animals attack the people of God The people attack Christ like wild animals Christ Suffers like His People
Teachinghearts Daniel 8 The sanctuary and people are attacked on the day of atonement Christ, the ram is attacked by Satan, the goat on the day of atonement
Teachinghearts Daniel 6: 4-7 Conspiracy by the rulers Conspiracy by the priests A Murder Plot
Teachinghearts Daniel 6: 12 A law that could not be changed The curse is the law that God signed that could not be changed
Teachinghearts Daniel 6: 11 Arrested while praying to God Arrested praying in Gethsemane
Teachinghearts Daniel 6: 16 They surround Him like lions Surrounded by lions, bulls, bees ...Death
SDA Daniel 6: 14 King in distress until sunset In agony and died around sunset
SDA Daniel 6: 17 Buried in a cave Buried in a cave
SDA Daniel 6: 17 A cave sealed by the king A cave sealed by the Roman ruler
Teachinghearts Daniel 6: 22 An angel shut the lion's mouth Found innocent, He was not harmed in death. His body did not decay
SDA Daniel 6: 19 Returned at dawn and found him alive Mary returned at dawn and found Him alive
Teachinghearts Daniel 6: 24 Wicked men cast into the lion's den Satan and his angels thrown down to the earth
Teachinghearts Daniel 3: 19 Wrath of Nebuchadnezzar. A fire seven times hotter Wrath of Satan. Jesus suffered the seven last plagues Burnt Offering
Teachinghearts Daniel 3: 20 Tied up by the army Tied up and taken to trial by Roman soldiers
Teachinghearts Daniel 3: 25 The Son of Man in the fire The Son of Man on trial
Teachinghearts Daniel 3: 27 A fire that did not burn A fire that did not burn- Fiery trials
Teachinghearts Daniel 3: 27 Rescued with no smell of fire Alive with no smell of death
No Control The Time Prophecies of Daniel (˜597-530 BC)
Key Daniel 9: 24-27 (25) Year of anointing: 27 AD.
(483 years after Jerusalem rebuilt)
Matthew 3, Luke 3: 1-3. Baptism The Ruling Civil Government is the Fourth Kingdom

(Babylon, Persia, Greece, Rome)
Key Daniel 9: 24-27 (27) Kept the covenant 486.5 years after Jerusalem rebuilt Year of death: 31 AD. Preached about 3.5 years
SDA Daniel 9: 24-27 (27) The final 3.5 years The disciples preached for another 3.5 years until year 490
Jews Now Daniel 10: 14 Fate of the Jews in the last days. Daniel 11-12 is the prophecy
Key Daniel 11: 22 Ruling Power - the fourth kingdom Rome was ruling. Luke 3: 1-2
Key Daniel 11: 20 Live under the "raiser of taxes" Luke 2: 1 (Augustus Caesar)
Key Daniel 11: 21 The next ruler is a "vile person" Luke 3: 1 (Tiberius Caesar).
A homosexual and pedophile
Teachinghearts Leviticus 18: 22 Homosexual
Teachinghearts Leviticus 18: 6-17 Adultery, incest Herod, Herodias and Salome
Teachinghearts Leviticus 18: 16 Adultery - Brother's wife She was the wife of his brother Philip
Teachinghearts Leviticus 18: 17 Incest - Stepdaughter Salome was Herodias' daughter
Key Daniel 9: 26 Died for the sins of the world before the destruction of the temple Hebrews 2:9
Died in 31 AD.
Temple destroyed in 70 AD
The Temple Exists Until 70 AD

(Roman Empire)
KeyPsalm 118:2 Comes while temple is standing Matthew 21:12-15
JewsAmos 9: 11-12 Temple is restored Acts 14:16-18
JewsHaggai 2: 3-9; Malachi 3:1 Glory of the second temple will be greater than the first The Messiah visited this temple. Mark 11:15-16; Luke 2: 27-32
Teachinghearts Psalm 74: 3,5-7; Zechariah 11: 1-3 Sanctuary destroyed Jesus killed. John 2: 19.
Sanctuary destroyed in 70 AD
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 28: 49-50 A fierce nation from afar with a strange language Rome was from "the end of the earth" at the edge of the continent Babylon and Rome
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 28: 52 Besieged by a fierce nation who tears down walls Rome tore down the walls of Jerusalem and burned the city
No Control Major Prophets (˜725 BC)
Jews Isaiah 9: 6-7 A child is born to be king Luke 2 The Life and Personality of Jesus
Key Isaiah 6: 9-10 People will not understandChrist Matthew 13:14-15
No Control Isaiah 35:5-6; 29:18 Miraculous healings Christ Matthew 11:5; Matthew 9:35, Luke 7:20-22
Key Isaiah 40:3 Another prophet will announce himChrist Matthew 3:1-3
Key Isaiah 53:12 Pray for his enemies Luke 23:32-34
Key Isaiah 44:3, Joel 2:28 Sends the Holy Spirit John 20:22, Acts 2:16-17
Key Isaiah 42:4; 52:15 Nations hear the message John 12:20-26; Romans 15:18-21 The Gospel Message
Some control
Key Psalm 78:1-2 Teach in parables Matthew 13:13-15
Key Isaiah 6:9-12 Parables fall on deaf ears Acts 28:23-29
Jews Deuteronomy 18:18; Isaiah 52:7; 61:1-2; Psalm 40:9; 45:2; 78:2 The Messiah preaches the good news of peace and righteousness with authority Matthew 4:17; 7:29; Luke 4:17-22; John 8:28, 29
Key Isaiah 35:4; 43:11; 49:6; Joel 2:32; Psalm 22:9 He is salvation for Israel and the world Matthew 1:21; Luke 2:7, 29-32; Acts 4:12; 15:7-18; Romans 10:12-13 Salvation
Key Psalm 69:26 The Savior is smitten by God John 17:4; 18:11
Jews Isaiah 53:12; 59:15-16; He gives his life to save mankind Luke 23:46; John 6:40
Jews Now Isaiah 59: 20 Redeemer comes to Zion -
Jews Psalm 2:2; 45:7-8; Isaiah 11:2; 61:1-2 He is the Christ (Messiah or Anointed) Matthew 3:16-17; Acts 2:36; Hebrews 1:9 Anointed by the Holy Spirit
Key Isaiah 44:3; Psalm 1:23; Jews Joel 2:28-32 Promise to send the Spirit Acts 2:17-21, Romans 10:13, John 16:7,13
Key Isaiah 35:5; Jews 53:4 A healing ministry Matthew 11:4-6; Luke 6:17-19 Miracles
Key Isaiah 42:7 Opens blind eyes John 9: 25-38
Key Isaiah 40:11; 42:3; Psalm 112:4 Tender and compassionate ChristMatthew 12:15-21; 9:36; Hebrews 4:15; John 10:10-18 Character
Some control
Key Isaiah 42:2;
Jews Zechariah 9:9
Meek and humble Matthew 12:15-21; 11:28-30
Key Exodus 15:11; Psalm 2:6 Holy Luke 1:35; John 8:46; Acts 4:27
Key Exodus 33:19 Merciful Luke 1:72
Key Psalm 89:36-37; 100:5 Faithfulness and goodness Matthew 19:16,17
Jews Isaiah 9:7; Zechariah 9:9 Just John 5:30
Jews Isaiah 9:7; Zechariah 9:9 Truthful John 14:6; 18:38
Jews Isaiah 11:2 Wisdom and understanding John 4:4-26
Key Isaiah 61:1-2 Deliver spiritual captives. The poor hear the gospel Christ Matthew 11:5; Luke 4:16-21 Ministers to the Gentiles
Key Isaiah 49:6; 42:1-4,6 Light to the Gentiles Christ Matthew 12:14-21
No Control Isaiah 11:10; 49:1,12; 55:5; 66:18-19 Sought after by the Gentiles. Accepted by the Gentiles Matthew 12:15-21, Romans 9:30, 10:20, 11:11, 15:10; Acts 10:45, 13:46-48; 15:7-18
Jews Isaiah 11:10; 60:1-3; Psalm 72:17; 2 Samuel 23:2-4 Gentiles accept Him
Key Isaiah 49: 7 Kings would bow to him Matthew 2: 11 and future fulfillment
Key Isaiah 49:7 Hated without cause John 7:48-49, John 15:24-25 Hated and Rejected
Key Isaiah 50:6 Spit upon Matthew 26:67; 27:30; Mark 14:65
Key Isaiah 50:6 His back and cheeks beaten Matthew 26:67 27:26,30; Mark 14:65
Jews Isaiah 53: 4 Rejected like a leper Messiah Babylonian Talmud: Sanhedrin 98b
Jews Isaiah 53:1-4 Despised and rejected Matthew 26:3-4; 27:20; John 12:37-43
Jews Isaiah 53:3; Psalm 102: 2 Men hide their faces from Him. Embarassed to know Him Mark 14:50-52
Jews Isaiah 53:3 Despised, rejected, grief, sorrow. Features marred Mark 15:14-24, John 10:31-33;7:1-5; Luke 18:31-34; Matthew 26:67,68
Key Isaiah 52:14
Jews Isaiah 53:5; Psalm 89:32 Wounded, pierced, bruised, stripes, back whipped Beaten with a rod. Matthew 27:26
Jews Isaiah 53:5-6 Crushed for our sins 1 Peter 2: 24,25; Romans 4:25; Hebrews 9:28; 1 Corinthians 15:3
Jews Isaiah 53:5,6,8,10-12, Psalm 69:4 Suffer for the sins of others Romans 4: 25, 1 Corinthians 15:3
Some control Isaiah 53:7 Silent before his accusers. Oppressed, afflicted Matthew 27:12-14; Mark 15:3-5; Luke 23:8-10 Justice Perverted
No Control Isaiah 53:8 Confined, tried and condemned Matthew 27:1-2; Luke 23:1-25
Jews Isaiah 53: 10-12 Innocent man exchanged for a sinner Matthew 27:17-20; Luke 23:18; John 18: 14; Barabbas exchanged
Key Psalm 35:11,27:12;109:4 Accused by false witness Matthew 26:59-61, Mark 14:57,58
Teachinghearts Psalm 119:86 Accused by false witness
No Control Isaiah 53:12 Numbered with sinners. Die with criminals Christ Matthew 27:38; Mark 15:27-28; Luke 23:32-34 Killed
Jews Isaiah 53:9 Assigned a grave with the wicked Matthew 27:38
Jews Isaiah 53:5,6,8,10-12 Die as a sacrifice for sins by the will of God John 1:29, 11:49-52; Acts 10:43; 13:38,39
Jews Isaiah 53:8 Brutally killed Crucifixion Story
No Control Isaiah 53:9 Buried in a rich man's tomb Matthew 27:57-60.
Joseph of Arimathea's tomb
Jews Isaiah 53:8-10 Would return from the dead Matthew 28:1-10; Acts 2:22-32 Resurrected
No Control Jeremiah 31:15 Massacre of infants Christ Matthew 2: 16-18 -
Teachinghearts Isaiah 11: 6-9
Christ tames the beasts
All these animals symbolize what Christ did when He died as a child on the cross. Symbolically, He was less than one year old and He was weaned on the cross. He bought us back from all the terrible beasts Reconciliation and Redemption
Wolf Lamb Goat Ox Lion Bear Leopard Snake
Boy
Teachinghearts Jews Isaiah 11:6; 65:25 All images of Jesus Christ are reconciled (Submissive, dominant, ravenous, sin-bearer, child, Son)
Teachinghearts Jews Isaiah 11:6; 65:25 The Lamb and the wolf Christ and the last church
Teachinghearts Jews Isaiah 11:6-7; 65:25 The Lamb, Goat, Ox, Calf The sacrifices give atonement
Teachinghearts Jews Isaiah 11:6-7; 65:25 The lion, bear, leopard, cobra Redeemed from Babylon, Persia, Greece, Rome, Babylon the Great
Teachinghearts Jews Isaiah 11:7 The little Boy leads Christ
Teachinghearts Jews Isaiah 11:8 The Child, the viper and the cobra Christ defeated Satan by becoming a snake
Teachinghearts Jews Isaiah 11:8 The cobra's hole and viper's den The cave tomb was near the crossThe Grave
(Burial Hole)
Teachinghearts Jews Isaiah 65:25 The serpent eats dust Christ is buried.
Satan is confined to the earth
No Control Minor Prophets (˜500 BC)
JewsMalachi 3:1; 4:5-6; Isaiah 40:3,4 Messenger prepares the wayChrist Matthew 3:1-2; 11:10; Luke 1:16-17; John 1:23 The Glorious King
Some control Jews Zechariah 9:9 Triumphant entry into Jerusalem on a donkey to bring salvation Christ Matthew 21:1-9, Luke 19:35-37, John 12:12-16; Luke 19:10
Teachinghearts Genesis 49:14-15
Teachinghearts Zechariah 3: 1-4 Jesus the High Priest bears our sins and is accused by Satan Galatians 3: 13; 2 Corinthians 5: 21 The Perfect King Keeps the Covenant
Teachinghearts Zechariah 11: 10 The End of the Old Covenant. The staff "Favor" was cut in pieces to break the covenant with Israel Jesus was cut in pieces like the offering and the old covenant was broken
Teachinghearts Zechariah 11: 14 The New Covenant. The staff "Union" was cut in pieces to break the brotherhood between Judah and Israel Jesus, from the tribe of Judah, was cut in pieces and broke away from Israel and became the head of the new covenant with the Gentiles
Teachinghearts Zechariah 4: 2-3,6,12 The Holy Spirit is sent as fire Acts 2 (Holy Spirit as tongues of fire) The Holy Spirit Keeps the Covenant
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 25: 5-6 The brother of the dead Acts 2. The Holy Spirit comes to build the house of Christ
SDA Zechariah 13: 1 The two fountains opened
Teachinghearts Zechariah 4: 2-3,12 The two trees watered by oil from the lamp Acts 2: 3. Tongues of fire from the lamp on the trees
Teachinghearts Zechariah 4: 2-3 The 7 eyes Bleeding Lamb with 7 eyes. Revelation 5: 6
Teachinghearts Zechariah 4: 2-3 The 7 eyes 7 weeping holes in His body. 2 crying eyes, and 5 bleeding holes in His body (2 hands, 2 feet and side)
Teachinghearts Zechariah 3: 9 Stone with 7 eyes
Teachinghearts Zechariah 4: 1 Jesus is resurrected Matthew 28:1-10; Acts 2:22-32 The Rock
Teachinghearts Zechariah 4: 7 The stone is rolled away Luke 24: 2
Teachinghearts Zechariah 4: 11,14 Two angels sit beside Jesus John 20: 12
Jews Zechariah 10:4; Isaiah 28:16 The Cornerstone Messiah is the Rock who will receive the kingdom
Matthew 21:42-43, Mark 12: 10, 1 Peter 2:5-8; Ephesians 2:20; Acts 4:10-12; 1 Corinthians 10:4
Jews 2 Samuel 23:2-4; Daniel 2:34-35 Stone cut without hands
Jews Isaiah 8:14 A stone of stumbling, a Rock of offense
Jews Psalm 18:31 God is our Rock
Key Psalm 118:22,23; Exodus 17:6 The precious rejected stone
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 32: 4 The perfect Rock
No Control Jews Zechariah 11:12; Exodus 21: 32 Betrayed for 30 shekels of silver Matthew 26: 14-15 The People Break the Covenant
No Control Zechariah 11:12-13 Silver buys a potter's field Christ Matthew 27:3-10
Key Zechariah 11:13 30 pieces of silver returned to God's house Matthew 27:5
No Control Jews Zechariah 12:10, Isaiah 53:5, Psalm 22:16 People look at the pierced Christ. Side pierced Christ John 19:33-34; 36-37; Revelation 1: 7
Teachinghearts Zechariah 13: 1 Blood and Water John 19: 34, blood and water from His side
Key Zechariah 13:7 Disciples would desert him Matthew 26:31, 56
Teachinghearts Genesis 49: 5-7 Disciples scattered Christ Matthew 26: 31, 56
KeyMicah 5:1 Beaten with a Rod Mark 15:19
TeachingheartsMicah 6:7 Offer the fruit of my body for my sins Firstfruits Offering
TeachingheartsZechariah 11: 1-3; Psalm 74: 3-7 Temple doomed Jesus' body temple (John 2: 19).
Temple destroyed in 70 AD
Doom
TeachingheartsZechariah 11: 4-7 People doomed 2 million killed (70 AD, 135 AD)
TeachingheartsZechariah 11: 8 Priests doomed Earthly priesthood ends
No Control Amos 8:9 Darkness over the land. Heaven is clothed in black Matthew 27:45 Matthew 24:29, Luke 23:44,45. Acts 2:20, Revelation 6:12
Key Isaiah 50:3
Key Psalm 22:2
Teachinghearts Psalm 82: 15 The people do not know what they are doing Luke 23: 34 (People In Darkness)
Teachinghearts Zephaniah 1: 7-8 The Prince is punished because He changed clothes to foreign garments Matthew 27: 28-31; Mark 15: 17-19; John 19: 2
TeachingheartsJob 16: 2, 7, 20; 17: 2. Psalm 69: 20 No comforters, Deserted, Broken Everyone deserted Him Afflicted by God and Abandoned by Friends.
Job
TeachingheartsJob 19: 13-14,19 Abandoned by friends and relatives
TeachingheartsJob 16: 12; Psalm 22: 15 Shattered Beaten severely and nailed
TeachingheartsJob 16: 9 Eaten up Matthew 26: 26; Mark 14: 24; John 6: 50-54, 60,66. Cannibalized
TeachingheartsJob 16: 10 Cheeks slapped Matthew 26:67 27:26,30; Mark 14:65
TeachingheartsJob 16: 11 Given to the wicked Mark 10: 33-34; Mark 14:49
TeachingheartsJob 16: 17 Innocent 2 Corinthians 5: 21
TeachingheartsJob 17: 6 Spit on Him Matthew 27: 30
TeachingheartsJob 17: 1, 13-16 Death. Spirit broken Gave up the Spirit. Matthew 27: 50; John 19: 30
TeachingheartsJob 19: 7 Injustice Matthew 27: 1-4
TeachingheartsJob 19: 8, 12 Besieged. An army Matthew 26: 47-50, 54
TeachingheartsJob 19: 8 Darkness Matthew 27: 45
TeachingheartsJob 19: 9 Stripped naked Luke 23:34,35
TeachingheartsJob 19: 23-24 Words written in a book Psalms, Isaiah, Job, Torah
TeachingheartsJob 19: 26 Resurrection in the flesh Matthew 28:1-10
Teachinghearts The Suffering Messiah Predicted by the Prophets. (Acts 3: 18) (˜1500 BC)
TeachingheartsJob Job The reason for suffering as a bargain with Satan for us
TeachingheartsJob 16-17 Job Unjust suffering without a comforting word from friends
SDAGenesis 12 Abraham Called from home to wander a hostile land
SDAGenesis 22 Isaac Bound like a sacrifice, crown of thorns
TeachingheartsGenesis 32 Jacob (Israel) Jesus wrestled with death, the supplanter, until day break and became Israel, the heir of the promise
TeachingheartsGenesis 48-49 Jacob (Israel) The blessings of the sons were His final week
TeachingheartsGenesis 26 Jacob (smooth), Esau (red, hairy) The linen, red and hairy coverings of the tabernacle
TeachingheartsGenesis 29-30, 35 Rachel and Leah The names of the sons
TeachingheartsGenesis 37: 11-36 Joseph Betrayed by all his brothers, except Benjamin
TeachingheartsGenesis 40: 9-11,18-19 Joseph Chief cup bearer lives and chief baker dies after 3 days
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 33 Moses The blessings for the 12 tribes
Key Deuteronomy 18: 15-19 A prophet like Moses John 7:40
TeachingheartsJudges 14-16 Samson The man who takes an unsuitable wife
TeachingheartsJudges 11: 1-2 Jephthah The illegitimate son of a prostitute
TeachingheartsJudges 11: 2 Jephthah Estranged from his brothers and disinherited
TeachingheartsJudges 11: 3 Jephthah Gathered a band of worthless fellows (disciples)
Teachinghearts1 Samuel 20: 5 Samuel David hides himself for 3 days during the new moon
Teachinghearts2 Samuel 7: 14 Nathan Son of God beaten with a rod and stripes of men
KeyPsalm 22, 69 David Insulted, pierced, rejected, mocked, forsaken
Teachinghearts Proverbs 30 is Messianic. Jesus the Son of God (30: 4) and the Word of God, is the king who comes with an army
TeachingheartsProverbs 30: 5 The word of God is tested Jesus is the Word of God (John 1: 1-16).
He is tested (Matthew 4)
TeachingheartsProverbs 30: 10 A slave slandered before his master brings a curse Jesus was the slave who was falsely accused and Israel suffered the curse over the next 100 years
TeachingheartsProverbs 30: 7-9
Things Asked For
He never received these guarantees but He never sinned
Do not refuse me before I die He was forsaken
Teachinghearts Keep deception and lies from me Judas betrayed Him and false witnesses lied
Teachinghearts Give me neither poverty nor riches He was extremely poor, homeless and in need
Teachinghearts Give me my portion of food He gleaned food like a homeless person
TeachingheartsProverbs 30: 11-14
A Kind of Man That Jesus Is Not
Curses his father and does not bless his mother Jesus obeyed God and arranged for the care of His mother
Teachinghearts One pure in his own eyes but is filthy and unwashed Satan was arrogant and proud, happy with smearing the innocent Jesus with sin
Teachinghearts Proud in his own eyes Jesus humbled Himself even to death on the cross
Teachinghearts One whose teeth are like knives to devour the needy and afflicted Jesus healed the servant whose ear was cut off by Peter's violence. He prayed for His enemies
TeachingheartsProverbs 30: 15-16
Things Not Satisfied

The Penalty for Sin is Satisfied with these
Sheol Jesus had to go to Sheol (the grave) to die for us
Teachinghearts Barren Womb Jesus became the long-awaited Son, promised to Eve, given through the barren Israel
Teachinghearts Earth Needs Water Jesus gave the Water (Holy Spirit) to wash away sin
Teachinghearts Fire Jesus became the burnt offering for sin
TeachingheartsProverbs 30: 18-19
Things Too Wonderful
The way of an eagle in the sky Jesus is the eagle on soaring wings Jesus on the Cross
Teachinghearts The way of a serpent on the rock Jesus is the Rock who was seen as a serpent
Teachinghearts The way of a ship in the sea Jesus was the ship floating above the sea of angry people
Teachinghearts The way of a Man with a Maid Jesus is the Man who loved the sinful earth and adulterous Israel Not Understood
TeachingheartsProverbs 30: 21-23

Things That Make The Earth Quake
Quakes under a slave who becomes King Jesus was the slave, burdened with sin, who became King The earth quaked at His death and resurrection
Teachinghearts Quakes under a fool satisfied with food Satan was the fool who cannibalized Jesus on the cross as the ransom for sin
Teachinghearts Quakes under an unloved woman who gets a husband The Gentiles receive a husband. Jesus is the Groom (Revelation 19)
Teachinghearts Quakes under a maidservant who supplants her mistress The Gentiles took the covenant from Israel The Earth Falls. Satan falls
TeachingheartsProverbs 30: 24-28
Small and Wise Things On The Earth

This also applies to the church
Ants prepare food in summer For 3.5 years Jesus fed them the word of God
Teachinghearts Shephanim make homes in the rock The small church is built on Jesus the Rock.
Teachinghearts Locusts march in rank without an obvious leader The disciples followed their fallen leader from a distance
Teachinghearts Lizard grasped by hand living in king's palace He was the "common and unclean thing" caught and taken to the palace of several kings to be tried
TeachingheartsProverbs 30: 29-31
Things Stately In Their March
The Lion which does not retreat Jesus is the Lion of the tribe of Judah, who submitted to the arrest and walked to the unjust trial
Teachinghearts The strutting rooster He is the voice that wakes the dead and He is the rooster crowing/crying at each watch of the night during the trial
Teachinghearts The male goat As the sin offerring He walked to Calary through the jeering mob with the cross
Teachinghearts A King with His army He will return with an army from heaven (Revelation 19)
IsraelSong of Solomon All references to Solomon Messiah is a king in love with a woman
JewsIsaiah 10:27 Burden taken from the shoulder of the anointed Removes the burdens of Israel
JewsIsaiah 53 The suffering Messiah Wounded and despised
TeachingheartsJeremiah 15: 10-18; 20: Perpetual, incurable wounds Cursed by everyone, mocked, alone, deserted
TeachingheartsEzekiel The "Son of Man" in Ezekiel The references to "son of man" also refer to Christ
TeachingheartsEzekiel 12 The Prince captured at night in the land of the north Jesus captured at night by the king of the north
TeachingheartsEzekiel 28: 16 Satan filled with violence and merchandizing He threw out the money changers from the temple with violence (Matthew 21: 12)
TeachingheartsEzekiel 28: 16-19 Sanctuary defiled by iniquity They treated Christ like Satan after He cleansed the temple (Matthew 21: 12)
TeachingheartsEzekiel 43: 1-2,3; 46:2 The glory from the east gate The prince with the glory of the LORD comes from the east bearing gifts and an offering
TeachingheartsJews Isaiah 62: 10-11 Go through gates, prepare the way
TeachingheartsEzekiel 49: 19 ??? Ezekiel Jerusalem gave Christ as an offering to foreigners
SDADaniel 9: 24-27; 11:22 Messiah Prince cut off Cut off and swept away by the Roman army
Teachinghearts The Suffering Messiah Predicted by the Minor Prophets (˜700-500 BC)
TeachingheartsHosea 1 The faithful husband and the prostitute wife
TeachingheartsHosea 4-5 The legal case or trial against Israel. They offered Christ on the top of the mountain (verse 13) Calvary
TeachingheartsJews Hosea 6: 1-2,3 He will be torn, wounded, killed and raised the third day Three Days
TeachingheartsJoel 1:7,12, 16; 2:17 Vine dries up, bread cut off before our eyes Death
TeachingheartsAmos 5: 10,12,13 Hates righteous judges, accept bribes. Jesus was silent-
TeachingheartsAmos 5: 17; 8: 10 Women weeping as He passed through. Women weeping for a sonWomen Weeping
TeachingheartsAmos 8: 8 Earthquake Earthquake
TeachingheartsAmos 5: 18,20; 8: 9 Darkness Darkness
TeachingheartsObadiah 1: 1-18 Deceived by a friend, cut off, imprisoned, cast lots, gloat Humiliation
TeachingheartsObadiah 1: 1,6,8, 18 Edom (house of Herod) will be destroyed because they allied with others to destroy Israel House of Herod
KeyJonah 1-4 Suffers three days Three Days
TeachingheartsMicah 5: 1 Besieged by an army, beaten, rejectedSuffered
TeachingheartsNahum 1: 11-13 Judas was the wicked counselor who placed a yoke and shackles on the Lord The Wicked Counselor
TeachingheartsNahum 1: 14 The wicked counselor is lost. John 17: 12
TeachingheartsHabakuk 1: 1-4; 3: 17-19 Besieged by the wicked. No justice. No fruit of His labor Injustice
TeachingheartsZephaniah 1: 7-8 The Lord prepares a sacrifice Wrath
IsraelZephaniah 3: 8,9,11 The wrath of God
Teachinghearts1 Chronicles 22: 7-9
(Solomon)
Jesus is the Prince of peace who builds God's temple. Solomon means peace and he built the first temple Rebuilding the Temple
TeachingheartsHaggai 1: 4, 8; 2: 3-9 Jesus brings wood to rebuild the desolate temple and glorify God
KeyZechariah 12: 10 Pierced, rejected. Stoned to death at the sanctuary Rejected and Killed
TeachingheartsMalachi 1-7 Despised and rejected the Lord and His table
  Christ Suffers as the Greatest Sinner. Because He bears our sins He must suffer the punishment of all sinners
KeyGenesis 3: 15 Serpent bruises Christ's heel Christ is killed (˜4000 BC)
Adam and Eve
(Rebellion)

(Idolatry and Divination)
1 Samuel 15: 23
Did not Consult the Name of the Lord
TeachingheartsHosea 12: 2-4;
Genesis 25: 26
Jacob grabs his brother's heel
TeachingheartsGenesis 49: 16-17 Dan, the serpent, bites the horse's heel, causing the rider to fall
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 14 "Upon thy belly thou shall go" He fell with the cross on His back
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 14 You shall eat dust Fell face down in the dirt
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 14 Eat dust all the days of your life Man is made of dust. We must be in Christ and He must be in us
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 15 Enmity with the woman Israel hated and rejected Him at the crucifixion
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 15 Enmity with the woman's seed Israel still rejected Him today
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 15 Bruised head Jesus had a crown of thorns
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 15 Bruised heel Jesus had nails in His feet
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 15 Bruised heel and head Omnipresence and omniscience given up on earth and in the grave
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 16 Bruised hand. Ruled by iron hand Omnipotence given up to submit
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 16 Submit to her husband Christ submitted to death. Church submits to Christ. Ephesians 5: 24
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 16 Painful childbirth The crucifixion was a painful birth for the church
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 17 Ground does not yield fruit Israel did not respond to His labor
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 18 Thorns and thistles Crown of thorns
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 17-19 Works by the sweat of his face Sweat blood as He worked for our salvation
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 17-19 Returns to dust Buried in the ground
SDAGenesis 3: 21 Garments of skin Romans 13: 14. Clothed with Christ
TeachingheartsGenesis 3: 12-13 Consulted the snake and woman Became like a snake on a tree
TeachingheartsGenesis 4: 11-12 Earth does not yield its fruit The Jews did not respond. The fig tree withered Cain
(Murderer)
TeachingheartsGenesis 4: 12 A vagrant and wanderer Matthew 8: 20. He was a homeless vagrant wandering around Israel
TeachingheartsGenesis 4: 15 His killers will be punished seven times The wicked are punished in the seven last plagues. Revelation 16
TeachingheartsGenesis 4: 15 A mark was placed on him so that he would not be killed A wound was placed on Jesus so that we would not be killed
A mark or seal of God is placed on the righteous so that they will live
TeachingheartsDaniel 4: 14 The tree cut down The branch that was cut down Nebuchadnezzar
(King of Babylon)
(Pride)
TeachingheartsIsaiah 6:13 The holy seed is the stump Jesus is what remains of Israel
TeachingheartsDaniel 4: 14 Fruit scattered. Stump remains Disciples fled. Christ remained
TeachingheartsDaniel 4: 16 Seven periods of time He suffered the wrath of God 7 days
TeachingheartsDaniel 4: 17; Psalm 22: 6 The lowliest man The lowliest man, a worm
TeachingheartsIsaiah 14: 3-8 Mocked on the day of rest Jesus was mocked and taunted Satan
(Oppressor)
No Sabbath Rest
TeachingheartsIsaiah 14: 10-11, 16-17 Cast down to sheol, the abyss He was buried in the grave
TeachingheartsIsaiah 14: 3-8 The oppressor gave no rest Jesus had no rest until He died
TeachingheartsLeviticus 16: 21-22; Ezekiel 28: 16-19 Satan was filled with violence Jesus stopped the temple trade with violence. Matthew 21: 12-13 Satan
(Violent King of Tyre)
(The Goat)
(The False God)
TeachingheartsLeviticus 16: 21-22; Revelation 20: 3 Satan, the scapegoat, will be blamed The Lord's goat was traded for a murderer
Teachinghearts Led by a strong man Simon of Cyrene. Revelation 20: 3
TeachingheartsNumbers 5: 15-17 Drinks bitter water of jealousy Christ drinks the bitter vinegar and hyssop. John 19: 28-30 Israel
(The Unfaithful Woman)
TeachingheartsNumbers 5: 27 Becomes a curse among the people Suffered the curses and wrath of God and was rejected
TeachingheartsNumbers 5: 27 Abdomen swells Blood and water pooled in His lower chest
TeachingheartsNumbers 5: 27; Psalm 31:10 Thigh wastes away.
The thigh is connected to the covenant and making vows
The covenant fails.
Jesus was unable to use His legs to support His breathing because of exhaustion
Teachinghearts1 Kings 17: 9 Widow woman Israel was in the hand of the Gentiles when she had the Promised Son Israel
(The Widow Woman With One Son)
Teachinghearts1 Kings 17: 9 A Caananite (Syro-Phoenician) from Zarepath
Teachinghearts1 Kings 17: One son Jesus Christ
Teachinghearts1 Kings 17: 7 3.5 year famine and drought Jesus ministered for 3.5 years
Teachinghearts1 Kings 17: 12 Two Sticks The cross (stipes and patibulum)
Teachinghearts1 Kings 17: 11-12 Bread and oil Body of Christ and Holy Spirit
Teachinghearts1 Kings 17: 14-16 Meal and oil did not fail 2000 year ministry of Jesus and the Holy Spirit
Teachinghearts1 Kings 17: 12 Eat last meal and die Passover crucifixion
Teachinghearts1 Kings 17: 13 Feed the prophet first Israel listened to John the Baptist
Teachinghearts1 Kings 17: 17-18 Son dies (No breath) Jesus crucified, breath leaves
Teachinghearts1 Kings 17: 22 Son revived Jesus resurrected
Teachinghearts1 Kings 17: 21 Revived after 3 times Raised after three days
Teachinghearts1 Kings 17: 23-24 Elijah delivered him to his mother The role of Elijah in the final days is to introduce Israel to their risen Messiah, just like John the Baptist
Teachinghearts1 Kings 17: 14 God sends rain The coming of the Holy Spirit
SDA 2 Samual 18: 9, 14 Rebellious son Absalom. Died on a tree, speared in his heart, hair caught in tree Obedient Son Jesus died on a tree, hair caught in thorns, sword through His heart Absalom
The Rebellious Son of the King
Teachinghearts 2 Samual 18: 15 Ten young men kill Absalom Ten tribes are symbolized as killing Christ
SDA 2 Samual 18: 17 Thrown in a pit. Stones over him Thrown in a grave. Stone rolled over
SDA 2 Samual 18: 33 The king wished that he could die in the place of his son King Jesus, the son of God, died in our place
  Abraham Sacrifices Isaac (˜2110 BC)
SDAGenesis 22: 2 The Unique Son His miracle Son. His only Son God Sends His Unique Son to be Killed
Jesus Submits
SDAGenesis 22: 4 Place of the sacrifice Golgotha may be the same place
SDAGenesis 22: 6 Isaac carries the wood Jesus carries the wooden cross
SDAGenesis 22: 13 Lamb's head caught in a thorn thicket John 19: 5. Jesus wore a crown of thorns on His head
Teachinghearts Strange Request. Every strange request was an indignity God would voluntarily suffer
SDAGenesis 22: 2 Kill your unique son God watched as Jesus died Strange Acts
TeachingheartsHosea 1: 2 Marry an unfaithful prostitute Jesus marries Israel (church)
TeachingheartsIsaiah 20: 2-4 Walk naked and barefoot 3 years 3 years preaching ends On the road to Golgotha
TeachingheartsEzekiel 4:12-15 Cook with dung (Unclean) in public He was seen as unclean when they "cooked and ate Him" in public
KeyLeviticus Sacrificial system Eat My body. Drink My blood
KeyJonah Jonah in the belly of the fish Jesus in the "heart of the earth"
  The Ancient Hebrew Script IVRI prophesies about Christ in the Feast of Tabernacles. Only a few letters are shown
Teachinghearts Total IVRI Script Prophecies. There are at least 22 prophecies associated with this information
Messianic JewsAlef Aleph - Ox He is the ox from heaven who came for the feast of Succos The 22 Letters of the IVRI Script are the Days of the Feast of Tabernacles.

(God Comes to Live With Us For 33 Years)
TeachingheartsBeis Beis - House, Tent He came to tabernacle with humans in our flesh (Hebrews 10: 5)
TeachingheartsDalet Dalet - Door He is the door to heaven (John 10: 9)
TeachingheartsVav Vav - Nail He was nailed to the cross
TeachingheartsZayin Zayin - Cut off He was cut off for sin
TeachingheartsTet Tet - Snake, Hidden good He was treated as an evil snake but His righteousness was being hidden
TeachingheartsYod Yod - Closed hand His closed hand hides a nail, showing His power of mercy
TeachingheartsKaf Kaf-Open hand, wing His arms were spread out on the cross like wings
TeachingheartsSamekh Samekh - Support He was supported by the Father and the Holy Spirit
TeachingheartsShin Shin-Teeth, consume He was chewed up and consumed as the broken bread and wine
Messianic JewsTau Tau - Sign, Covenant The sign of the covenant was fulfilled on a Tau cross
Messianic JewsTau Tau - Shape He fulfilled the covenant with this shape
Teachinghearts HetVavHetYod -I Am that I Am   Yod • Hei • Vav • Hei. (Closed Hand • Reveals • Nail • Reveals)
The God who delivers with the nails in His hands
John 20: 27
Forever With Holes In His Body
TeachingheartsExodus 25: 15 Do no not remove the poles from the rings of the ark Nails (poles) through 4 holes (4 rings)
TeachingheartsExodus 28: 28 (Rings) Bind breastplate to ephod with blue cord to the rings Bound with ropes to rings forever
  Jesus Prophecies About His Future And The Future Of Israel In The Parables and The Miracles
TeachingheartsIsaiah 6: 9; 42: 7

Israel Will Be Blind And Deaf At The Birth of The Messiah Because He Will Appear Cursed
Israel will not recognize the Messiah Matthew 13: 14-15; John 9: 1-4 Curing The Blindness of Israel
(First Attempt)
Teachinghearts They spit on the Man made of clay Spit on clay. John 9: 5-6
Teachinghearts They close their eyes Spit on the eyes. Mark 8: 23
Teachinghearts They cover their ears and mouth Spit on the deaf and dumb. Mark 7: 32-33
Teachinghearts Israel Cannot See Their Messiah Clearly. Jesus carries the cross Men like trees walking. Mark 8: 24 Israel Has Fuzzy Eye Sight
Teachinghearts Jesus hung on the cross Men like trees. Mark 8: 24
 Two Attempts. Jesus did not fail in these miracles. It would take two steps to get Israel to see Him
TeachingheartsIsrael Finally Sees The Messiah When They Search For Him
Deuteronomy 4: 27, 29
The Holy Spirit comes Wash. John 9: 7 Curing The Blindness of Israel
(Second Attempt)
Teachinghearts Search with all your heart Looking intently. Mark 8: 25
Teachinghearts Israel sees the Messiah Eyes are opened. Mark 7: 34-35
TeachingheartsSubmission
He must submit to the curses
Do not resist an evil person Matthew 5: 39 Taken Into Custody
Teachinghearts Turning the other cheek Slapped and beaten Matthew 5: 39
Teachinghearts Robbing your clothes Clothes taken. Matthew 5: 40
Teachinghearts Walking the first mile By law Jesus had to go from Gethsemane to the Sanhedrin
Teachinghearts Walking the second mile
(Matthew 5: 41)
By choice He carried the cross on the Road To Golgotha.
 Mark 10: 34 Mock, spit, beat, kill, raised in 3 days Dead in Three Days
 Mark 10: 33; 9: 31 Given to chief priests and scribes, condemned, handed over to Gentiles. Mark 14: 65
TeachingheartsFeeding The Multitude With Bread and Fish Jesus Feeds A Generation The Word of God The Word of God will Be shared With All Generations
Teachinghearts 12 baskets of left overs (5 loaves) Feeding the 12 Tribes in 5 curses
Teachinghearts 7 baskets of left overs (7 loaves) Feeding the 7 Churches
SDARich Man and Lazarus
Luke 16: 19-31
The rich man is well fed Jews have the Gospel of salvationThe Jews Will Find The Messiah Through Moses And The Prophets
SDA Lazarus is fed with crumbs The Gentile dogs want the leftovers
Teachinghearts Dressed in purple The forgiveness of sin by the blood of Jesus
Teachinghearts Bosom of Abraham The seed of Abraham by faith
Teachinghearts Will not even believe One risen from the dead They did not believe the resurrected Jesus
Teachinghearts Moses and the prophets The Jews read the Scriptures again
Teachinghearts Great chasm Division of the Jews and Gentiles
Key Two Debtors Jews and Gentiles are sinners (Luke 7: 41-43)Two Groups

The Church Must Be Divided For A Period of Time
(Jews and Gentiles)
Key Two Sons One repented and did the will of the Father and the other promised and disobeyed (Matthew 21: 28-32)
Key Two Folds The sheep are divided into two folds (John 10: 16)
Key Old and new cloth A perfect garment cannot be patched with old and new cloth (Luke 5: 36)
Key Old and new wine Different aged wines cannot be put in the same skin (Luke 5: 37-39)
TeachingheartsMalchus' Ear Healed
Luke 22: 50-51
Servant of the high priest The Jews listened to the high priest The Deafness of the Jews Will be Healed
Teachinghearts Peter and his sword The violence of the Gentile church
Teachinghearts Jesus heals the ear The Jews will hear again
TeachingheartsWedding Feast
(Matthew 22: 1-14)
Meat butchered Crucifixion The Wedding
Key Invitation ignored Jews reject covenant
Key Servants beaten Disciples mistreated
Teachinghearts Murderers destroyed Sanhedrin massacred (70 AD)
Teachinghearts City set on fire Temple burned (70 AD).
Jerusalem destroyed (136 AD)
Key Invite all others Gentiles invited
Key Man without wedding clothes Wicked are not covered
Key Bound and cast into darkness Second death
KeyTen Virgins Some Christians will be shut out of heaven because they lack the Holy Spirit (Matthew 25: 1-13)
KeyGroom's Attendants The disciples will fast and mourn when Jesus is taken away from them (Matthew 9: 14-15)
TeachingheartsHumbled Guest
(Luke 14: 7-11)
Take the last place at the table do not take the place of honor The Jews took the last place as Levites after the crucifixionJews and Gentiles
Switch Roles
Ezekiel 44
(Zadok and Levites)
Teachinghearts Friend move up higherThey will be given a higher position
Teachinghearts Honored in the end The Jews will be honored again
Teachinghearts Reversed Places
(Matthew 19: 30)
The last shall be first The rejected Gentiles are now first
Teachinghearts The first shall be last The Jews will be restored in the end
KeyInvitations Invite the poor, crippled, lame and blind (Luke 14: 12-14) Gentiles Invited
KeyDinner Guests
(Luke 14: 15-24)
Made excuses Jews did not accept
Key Invite the poor, crippled, blind, lame Gentiles invited
Teachinghearts Invite travellers, more room The last generation on the exodus
KeySower and Seed
(Luke 8: 4-15)
The word of God will be spread in different places Evangelism
Teachinghearts Seed trampled, eaten by birds Gospel to persecuted church
Teachinghearts Seed fell on rocks, no moisture The church in apostasy without the Holy Spirit
Teachinghearts Seed fell on thorns and choked Gospel during the Dark Ages
Teachinghearts Seed fell on good ground Gospel to the last generation
KeyGrowing Seed Seed Sprouts - blade head mature grain - by itself - Sickle harvest (Mark 4: 26-29)
KeyMustard Seed The smallest seed becomes the largest plant. The message will be very successful at the end. (Mark 4: 30-32)
KeyLost Sheep God searches for lost Jews and Gentiles (Luke 15: 4-7)
KeyLost Coin The church seaches for the lost treasures among the Jews and Gentiles (Luke 15: 8-10)
Key Barren fig tree Tree is cursed and withers (Mark 11: 13-21).
Jews lost the covenant (Luke 13: 6-9)
The Revival of the Jewish Nation is a Sign of the Second Coming
Key Barren fig tree Cultivated 3 years (Luke 13: 7) Jesus ministered 3 years
Key Barren fig tree cut down Cut down in the fourth year (Luke 13: 7-9) Jesus cut down. He had no fruit.
Israel lost the covenant
Key Budding fig tree with leaves Sign of the Second Coming (Luke 21: 29-33) Israel returns and accepts the Messiah
Key Other Budding trees Other nations accept the Messiah
Teachinghearts A divided city falls The world ends when the righteous leave and Babylon falls (Matthew 12: 24-30) Harvest

The Good and Bad are Separated at The Second Coming
Key Sheep and Goats The righteous and sinners (Matthew 13: 24-30, 36-43)
Key Wheat and Tares Those stored in the tabernacle and those burnt (Matthew 13: 47-50)
Key Net of good and bad fish Those caught and kept and the others thrown back (Matthew 13:47-50)
SDA Two women grind flour Two churches teaching about the Bread of Life (Matthew 24: 41)
SDA Two men in the field Two churches working in the evangelistic field (Matthew 14: 40)
  Nature and Modern Science Prophecies about the Messiah
TeachingheartsFull Moon. It rises at sunset and sets at sunrise The full moon shines during the total period of the darkness of night with the brightest light. Jesus came in the darkest period to reflect the most light from God. He was also born and killed during the full moon The Day of the Lord is Written in Nature
Science
Natural Laws Obey Spiritual Laws
TeachingheartsDigestive System Christ in the bowels
TeachingheartsDNA Replication Christ is torn apart and broken to repair our damaged genes
TeachingheartsCircadian Rhythms The biological cycles of the world on the day of the crucifixion
TeachingheartsPhotosynthesis Christ is the light of the world Who makes the Bread of Life
TeachingheartsKrebs Cycle Christ and the Holy Spirit are given to the world
TeachingheartsCardio-Pulmonary God gives life to the world
  Future Fulfillment
TeachingheartsMitosis The world is polarized and separated before the Second Coming
TeachingheartsMagnetism Christ draws the world to Him
TeachingheartsRib Cage The configuration of the twelve tribes at the end of time
TeachingheartsPeriodic Table Christ creates and recreates the earth
TeachingheartsParticle Physics Christ creates and recreates the people
TeachingheartsRainbow Light removes darkness
  The Biblical Prophecies Of The Last Days
Teachinghearts Isaiah 29:14 Modern knowledge appears as foolishness God's knowledge is awesome. Modern theories are foolishness. (1 Corinthians 1: 19) The Glory Of God Is Revealed As Creator To Modern Men of Science and Knowledge

(Wise Men Of The Times)
Teachinghearts Isaiah 29:23-24 The world in awe of Israel's God Critics and scoffers will listen
Teachinghearts Isaiah 44:24-26 God revealed as the creator to wise menThe call to acknowledge God as the creator (Revelation 14: 6-7)
Teachinghearts Jeremiah 33: 2-3 Creator shows mighty things Great Knowledge and miracles
Key Daniel 12:4 God gives end time knowledge Knowledge increases after 1650
Teachinghearts Proverbs 1:22-23 God pours out knowledge through the Holy Spirit Teachinghearts.org has information about modern science in the Torah revealed by God since 2008
Teachinghearts Deuteronomy 4:29
Jeremiah 29:11-14
Search with all your heart to find God New Messianic prophecies revealed since 2001
Teachinghearts Exodus 34:10 A covenant of miracles Greater works (John 14: 12) God Delivers With A Mighty Hand
Teachinghearts Isaiah 11:15 Red sea parts again Miracles repeated
Teachinghearts Exodus 4-15 Plagues of Egypt Seven last plagues (Revelation 16)
Teachinghearts Joel 2: 28-32 Holy Spirit poured (Latter Rain)Gifts of the Spirit (Acts 2: 16-21)
Teachinghearts Israel returns Israel accepts the Messiah in the last days and is restored and regatheredJohn 18:37; 10:14,26; Romans 11:25-27Israel Gathered
Jews Now Hosea 3: 4-5
Jews Micah 2:12-13
Jews Psalm 92:8,11,13. Isaiah 11:10-12; 32:14,15; 30 Restores and heals Israel
Jews Now Jeremiah 23, 30, 33; Isaiah 11 Israel gathered from the nations
Jews Now Jeremiah 48: 47; 49: 39 Restores other nations
Key Isaiah 29:14 Israel's restoration is amazing 1 Corinthians 1:18-31
Jews Now Zephaniah 3:9 Pure Hebrew language returned Eliezer Ben Yehuda revived Hebrew 1870-1890. Exiles learn Hebrew after 1948
Jews Genesis 1:2; 2:4; 4:25; 5:1; Leviticus 26:12,13. Psalm 95:7; 54:5 G-d of Israel, creator, G-d of the exodus and the covenant
Teachinghearts Hosea 5: 15; 12: 2-4; Genesis 32: 26-28 The Lord returns when Israel repents in his maturity Matthew 23: 29
Teachinghearts Zechariah 12: 1 The Creator and Giver of the Holy Spirit The First Angel's Message and the Latter Rain The Land of Israel Restored
Key Zechariah 12: 2-3 Jerusalem will be a problem to the international community
Key Zechariah 12: 3 All who try to take it will be injured severely
Key Zechariah 12: 3 Jerusalem besieged War with Muslims and all nations
Key Zechariah 12: 10 Jews recognize the MessiahThis occurs during the war
Teachinghearts Hosea 3: 4 Many days without sacred pillar, sacrifice or princeOver 2000 years without temple, priests or king or Messiah Prince
Key Hosea 3: 5 Will seek the Lord and king DavidWill seek the Lord in the last days
Teachinghearts Hosea 6: 1-2 Revived on the second dayThe Jews returned after 2000 years
Teachinghearts Hosea 6: 1-2 Raised up on the third dayThe New Jerusalem comes after the millennium
Messianic Jews Isaiah The land became a barren desolate wilderness while Israel was gone. The Romans cut down the trees and salted the land in 71 AD. It remained mostly barren until at least 1865
Messianic Jews Isaiah Trees replanted. Land fruitfulIsrael has replanted trees
Messianic Jews Isaiah 35: 1 Desert bloomsThe desert was reclaimed for crops
Messianic Jews Isaiah 35: 7 Water in dry placesModern desert irrigation systems
Messianic Jews Isaiah 58: 12-14 Sabbath breach repairedThe Sabbath willl be restored
Messianic Jews Matthew 23: 29. They will see Him when they learn to say, "Blessed is He Who comes in the name of the Lord"
TeachingheartsHosea 3: 4-5; 5:15The Jews and Christians have been on an exodus since the crucifixion
Teachinghearts Genesis 44:1-12 The Cup is hidden in the last church This parallels Elijah's cup God Sets A Trap For Last Day Jews
Teachinghearts Numbers 45:1-5 Preserve the life of IsraelGod allowed it for the preservation of life of the world
Teachinghearts Isaiah 8:14-15 A stumbling stoneThe Messiah reveals Himself, forcing us to look at Him
Teachinghearts Isaiah 63: 17 God hardened Israel's heart Romans 11: 25-26. To reach the GentilesGentiles Saved
Teachinghearts Isaiah 63: 18 Sanctuary trodden down Romans destroyed it in 70AD Temple Destroyed
Teachinghearts Numbers 9:15 The temple is erected by the Levites when the cloud rests Jews will lead the world to Christ The Living Temple Made of People
Teachinghearts Numbers 10:21 The temple is erected before the people and holy objects arriveThe final church arrives with the ancient, holy teachings
Jews Daniel 8: 13,14; 9: 24; 12: 3,11-12 Messiah will restore the templeRevelation 22. The Lamb and people are the temple
Teachinghearts Numbers 10:36 The ark and cloud come to restThe Lord comes in a cloud to give us rest. Luke 21:27Second Comimg
Teachinghearts Numbers 10:35 The wicked flee when the ark risesThe wicked flee at the Second Coming
Teachinghearts Exodus 40: 36-37 Israel moved when the cloud is taken upRapture. Jesus comes in a cloud
Teachinghearts Numbers 10:35 The ark and cloud rise upThe Lord leaves in a cloud. Acts 1:9Rapture
Teachinghearts Leviticus 16: 22 Scapegoat is bound and banished to the wildernessStrong man is bound Mark 3: 27; Revelation 20: 1-3Millennium
Teachinghearts Leviticus 16: 31-34 Sins are removed from Israel for the year. A year of rest from sinStrong man's house is plundered Mark 3: 27. Righteous raptured
Jews Isaiah 63: 1 Man from Bozrah (Edom)Jesus comes during the rule of the Edomites (Herod)Wrath Of God
Wicked Punished By The Messiah

On The Cross He Also suffered These Plagues
Jews Isaiah 63: 3, 6 Trampled in anger and wrathGethsemane and Revelation 14: 20
Jews Isaiah 63: 3 Garment stained with bloodBlood from His pores and from the wicked
Jews Isaiah 63: 3, 5 Treads wine press aloneAlone in Gethsemane
Jews Isaiah 63: 3 No people with Him/td>Disciples slept, later ran away
Jews Isaiah 63: 9 Afflicted, redeemed themCrucifixion
Jews Isaiah 63: 4 Year of recompenseSeven last plagues
Jews Isaiah 63: 4 Day of vengeanceCrucifixion and Second Coming
Teachinghearts Leviticus 26 Deuteronomy 32 The curse on the wickedRevelation 16. Seven Last Plagues
Key1 Chronicles 17:11-14; Isaiah 9:7 King. A son of David on the throne forever Luke 1:32-33;
Revelation 19: 16; 20: 6; 22: 3
The Conquering Messiah
Jews Psalm 2:6; 18:50; 21:1-7; 45: 2,3,6,7; 60:7; 61:6,8; 80:17; 110:1-7; 132:14,18. Isaiah 16: 1,5; 24:23 King and conqueror. Defeats the enemies of Israel
Jews Now Zechariah 14: 9, Ezekiel 38: 16
Jews Isaiah 63: 1-3 His vesture dipped in blood Revelation 19: 13
Jews Psalm 18: 37-50 Triumph. Jesus raids His enemies Revelation 19: 9
Jews Psalm 45:1-17 Jesus raids His enemies and comes for His bride Revelation 19
Teachinghearts Genesis 49: 19 Will come with an army Revelation 19: 14-15
TeachingheartsJob 19: 25 Redeemer lives and returns Acts 1: 11
JewsPsalm 110:1; Psalm 80:17 Enemies would see Him on the throne of God, on the right hand Christ Matthew 22:44
Key Isaiah 42:13-25 The warrior at the second coming Revelation 19
KeyPsalm 97: Second Coming Revelation 19-20
JewsDaniel 7: 9,13,27 Second Coming Christ Matthew 24:30
TeachingheartsEzekiel 37:10-14 Saints resurrected Christ Matthew 24:31
JewsIsaiah 25:8,9; 26:19 Dead raised Christ Matthew 24:31; Revelation 20:4-6; 1 Thessalonians 4: 16-17
KeyGenesis 3: 15 Bruises the serpent's head Satan is confined and killed 1000 years later. Revelation 20: 2,7
TeachingheartsPsalm 91: 13 He treads on the serpent
Teachinghearts Isaiah 65:25 Jews The serpent eats dust Satan is confined to the earth
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 20:16 Do not leave alive anything that breathes The wicked killed
JewsZechariah 14:1-9 Comes to the mount of Olives Revelation 20 (Third Coming)
Jews Psalm 50: 2. Isaiah 42:1 Jews Now Isaiah 42 Righteous judge
Key Ezekiel 21:26,27; Daniel 7:13-14; Psalm 24:3, 97:9; Exodus 15:2; Jews Isaiah 53:12 The humble exalted Matthew 28:18; Luke 1:52; Acts 1:11; 7:55,56; Philippians 2:9; Ephesians 1:20-22 Highly Exalted
Key Habakkuk 2:14; Daniel10:5-6 Earth filled with knowledge of the glory of the Lord Romans 11:26, Revelation 1:13-16; 21:23-26
TeachingheartsNumbers 35: 2;
Deuteronomy 18: 1
Levites given walled cities but no other possessions except God's Walled city of New Jerusalem (Revelation 21-22) New Jerusalem
Walled City
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 6:10 Inherit cities we did not build John 14: 2-3 Jesus prepares a place for us
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 19:3 Designate cities of refuge We escape to the city (1 Thess 4:17)
TeachingheartsNumbers 35:25 Safe until the High Priest dies An indestructible High Priest (Hebrews 7: 16)
TeachingheartsDeuteronomy 19:3 Prepare routes of access Jesus is the Way (John 14: 6)
Jews Isaiah 9:7; Micah 4:1-8; Daniel 2:44,45; 7:13-14, 27 An everlasting kingdom for the saints Matthew 2:1, Luke 1:31-33; 2:4,10,11; 1 Corinthians 15:24, Revelation 11:15 Everlasting Kingdom
Jews Psalm 68: 31; 72: 1,8,10,16,17. Isaiah 60: 22 Gentiles in the kingdom
Jews Now Micah 4; Isaiah 2, 11 All nations serve Him Revelation 19; Acts 2:11,12,41
Key Isaiah 65:9, Jews 17-25 New heaven and earth inherited by the elect 2 Peter 3:13; Hebrews 7:14, Revelation 5:5; 21:1
Christ These prophecies are directly quoted in the New Testament as fulfillments Over 333 Traditionally Accepted Texts with Prophecies
No Control Key events over which Jesus had no control. They were controlled by nature or His enemies.
The probability of only eight unrelated events occurring is astronomical (1 x 1017). Choose any eight that convinces you. We only show a few. How could so many unrelated events, performed by so many conflicting groups fit His life?
Some control Prophecies that He could have engineered to claim to be the Messiah
Key The rest of the over 333 important traditionally accepted prophecies
Last Days Last day prophecies, related to the future works of the Messiah
Jews Dr. Alfred Edersheim claims that the rabbis writings listed about 456 prophecies as Messianic. The fulfillment listed is not necessarily the Jewish interpretation Jewish Messianic Prophecies
Jews 77 references in the Targums (Aramaic scriptures written for Jews after the Babylonian exile)
Jews NowAccording to the website Judaism 101, these are the Messianic and last day prophecies
Messianic Jews I first heard this from Messianic Jews Prophecies Known by Others
SDA Unique information taught to me by a Seventh Day Adventist pastor or teacher
SDA Somehow I learned these indirectly from the Holy Spirit because of my Adventist heritage. Over 700 New Prophecies Revealed to Teachinghearts
Teachinghearts Insights taught directly to me by the Holy Spirit. If they existed before I was never taught them
There are many more passages identified as Messianic by the Jews that are not in this list. Christians now understand the sacrificial system as Messianic. Jews do not.
So critics claim that we randomly take texts and apply it to Christ. Many of these links were made by the disciples and the literature from the rabbis show that they also did the same, applying a text to the Messiah.

The Patchwork Tapestry of Prophecy. However, in the new information presented by Teachinghearts we take a whole system of laws and an entire story to show how the Messiah fulfilled them. We even explain laws that the Jews never understood but obeyed. The Seder, the offering rules, the blessings of Jacob and Moses, the journeys of the patriarchs and the twelve tribes are such a series of remarkable prophecies that as far as we know only the four cups of the Seder have been recognized by others. One cannot deny the testimony of a related group of events and symbols that so clearly chronicle a specific event in His life.
In another lesson we prove that the Messiah must appear no earlier than 125 BC and no later than 110 AD.
What are the odds that Jesus Christ is this suffering Messiah?

Evidence Of The Divinity Of The Messiah And The Trinity

Objections Jewish Objections To Jesus (The Trinity and the God-Man). Jews have a theological objection to a human who is God and a God who is three in one.

Jewish References To The Messiah
Jewish references to the Messiah include prophecy and history. There are predictions about what the Messiah will do, but it also includes references that identify what He has done in the Old Testament as a part of their history. Christians recognize this but tend to not emphasize it because we can demonstrate that the Messiah fulfilled prophecy but we cannot prove that He was their history. Jews tend to see what the Messiah will accomplish for them and not how to identify the Messiah when He comes other than the fact that He will conquer their enemies and establish them. So we have a history and expectation of two Messiahs.

So Jews believe in a set of prophecies that show that He would be divine and that they would reject and mock Him. They also believed that He would take their sins. Therefore, they should have seen the sacrificial system as Messianic.

The Plural Nature of God
Shema. Hear, O Israel! The Lord is our God, the Lord is One!
                Shema Yisrael, Adonai eloheinu, Adonai echad.
(Deuteronomy 6: 4)
This testimony in the Old Testament scriptures prove to Jews that there is no Trinity (Godhead) and that Jesus is not divine. How can this be explained and what other evidence exists of this triple nature or function of God in the scriptures?

» Cutting Up God. It is ironic that after they cut up the offering, they went to a chamber to recite the SHEMA. At the moment they were declaring that their God was One, they had symbolically finished cutting Him up into pieces!

The Divinity Of Jesus
"I and the Father are one". The Jews picked up stones again to stone Him. (John 10: 30-31)
When Jesus said this they did not try to stone Him because He was claiming to be faithfully united to God. They were stoning Him because He seemed to indicate that He was God. There is no record that He ever tried to deny those claims.

The Trinity (Godhead)
We discuss the doctrine of the Trinity in the New Testament in another lesson. Here we list evidence of the Trinity from symbols in the Old Testament.

The Suffering Messiah Predicted By The Prophets
The Jews reject Christ because He seemed to be a failure. He did not conquer their enemies, but suffered ridicule and death and was conquered. But Paul says that all the prophets predicted His suffering.
The Messiah Would Suffer. "But the things which God announced beforehand by the mouth of all the prophets, that His Christ would suffer, He has thus fulfilled. (Acts 3: 18)
Many prophecies predict both His suffering and triumph and other details of the Plan of Salvation. A close examination of the major and minor prophets leads us to conclude that the specific predictions about His suffering lies in these forms:

Jesus Fulfills All Time Requirements
Decree Birth Work Sat Sun Mon Tues Wed Thur Friday Saturday Sunday
457 BC 4 BC 27 AD 1 - 2 -3 -4 - 5 - Supper Night 6 Day 6 Night 7 Day 7 Night 8 Day 8 9
453 Years 30 Years 3½ Years Nisan 9 Nisan 10 Nisan 11 Nisan 12 Nisan 13 Nisan 14 Nisan 15 Nisan 16 17
Arrow Jesus in the Bowels 3 Days and Nights Arrow Resurrection
Seed Tree Apple Fourth Year Fruit Harvest Apple PrayApple Fruit Offered to God and Eaten Apple Sheaf
- 33½ Years Mary Anoints Final week of His Ministry (31 AD) Wash Feet Crucifixion Dead
Sabbath
Nocturnal Emission Resurrection Dead Raised Clean
- Israel Strays From God Torn, WoundedBandage, healRevived Raised
Woman Needs Cleansing Peace, PassoverNo WormsWavesheaf Sheaf
LifeMinistry Ordination (Seven Days) LORD Appears

Time Absolute Time. Jesus made every offering on time and disposed of them in the time required so that He could be clean and enter the camp in Heaven at sunset on Nisan 17 (Sunday evening).
The Holy Spirit was the Water that He bathed in to resurrect Himself and to become clean.

Time Relative Time. Jesus also fulfilled events in relative time that is based on two laws.

So all judgment of the righteous and the wicked is given between the third and the fourth period.

Time The Comings Of The Messiah
End of Sin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Ordination Period (Seven Times) LORD Appears
The law about the ordination of priests states that the LORD should appear in glory at the temple on the eighth day after the priests are ordained (Leviticus 9: 1-6). On several time scales we will demonstrate how Jesus Christ repeatedly follows this law in specific sets of eight periods of time.

Time Three Days and Nights. Several patriarchs and prophets suffered the same fate of Jesus as they were in the hands of their enemies for three days and nights. Peter and Paul both testify that the righteous are asked to suffer with Christ (1 Peter 4: 13 and Romans 8: 17-18).

Time Three Days And Nights In The Bowels Confusion.
There has been a lot of confusion about when Jesus died if He was "in the bowels of the earth" for three days. Many assumed that this meant that He was buried for three days. If so, He must have been crucified on Wednesday. But the details about the crucifixion indicated that He died on Friday and rose on Sunday morning. So the assumption is that we do not fully understand the expression "in the bowels or heart of the earth". So here is the solution.

» A Wednesday, Thursday Or Friday Crucifixion?
Since the story is very clear that Jesus rose on the morning of the first day of the week (Sunday), some assume that He must have been buried since Wednesday or Thursday to be "in the bowels" three days and nights. They do not account for the specific details. He was arrested, tried, nailed on the cross, died and buried quickly near sunset before a high Sabbath immediately after eating the Passover meal.

» In The Bowels Of The Earth. So our misunderstanding must be with this phrase. The bowels could be any place between the mouth and the anus. Just as Jonah was not dead when he was in the belly of the whale, Jesus was not necessarily dead when He was "in the belly of the earth". This phrase means that at this point He was given over into the hand of His enemies. The wicked people made of clay had beseiged Him like a flood and devoured Him. Many prophecies show how their behavior mimicked the actions of eating and devouring Him. Those actions signify that He was literally and symbolically "in the bowels".

Several texts describe how He would suffer for three days before He was resurrected. After examining all the evidence it is clear that the three days included all His suffering in captivity after Judas handed Him over. The counting of the time began with the first incidence of rejection and suffering, not after He was buried. Also notice how all the statements are not precise.
Three Days Later. Behold we are going up to Jerusalem, and the Son of Man will be delivered to the chief priests and the scribes and they will condemn Him to death and will hand Him over to the Gentiles. They will mock Him and spit on Him, and scourge Him and kill Him, and three days later He will rise again. (Mark 10: 33-34)
On The Third Day. From that time Jesus began to show His disciples that He must go to Jerusalem, and suffer many things from the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and be raised up on the third day. (Matthew 16: 21 also Matthew 12:40; 17:22-23; 20:18-19; 27:63 and Luke 9: 22)
After Three Days. And He began to teach them that the Son of Man must suffer many things and be rejected by the elders and the chief priests and the scribes, and after three days rise again. (Mark 8: 31)
In Three Days. Jesus answered them, "Destroy this temple and in three days I will raise it up". (John 2: 19)
This statement was misquoted by witnesses at the trial (Matthew 27: 40; 26: 61; Mark 14: 58; 15:29).

Daniel And The Coming Of The Messiah
The marvelous prophecy of Daniel 9 is discussed in more detail in the previous lesson about the 2300 days. But in Daniel we see the Messiah in all the prophecies.

Daniel 9 - The Prophecy of the Messiah
Daniel 9 is such a remarkable prophecy that it is worth summarizing here. But it is discussed in The Messiah Comes.
The Jews would have 490 years after the decree to rebuild Jerusalem to fulfill the covenant. The final decree was issued by Artaxerxes in 457 BC. The Messiah would minister in the final seven years and be killed in the middle of those years.
2300 days (Daniel 8: 14) Current Time
Daniel 9: 25, 26 (70 Weeks Cut Off) Daniel 9: 27 1810 days Time of the End
(Sanctuary Cleansed)
69 Prophetic Weeks 1 Prophetic Week
7 Weeks 62 Weeks 3½ days 31 AD - Crucifixion 3½ days 1810 years
49 years 434 years 3½ years 3½ years
457 BC decree to restore Jerusalem 27 AD Baptism 31
AD
Gospel preached to the Jews 34
AD
34 AD. Stephen is stoned 1844 AD Judgment

The Birthday Of Jesus
# 12 34 56 78 9101112
Month Nisan Iyar Sivan Tammuz Ab Elul Tishri HeshvanKislev Tebeth Shebat Adar
Week 12 3 4 12 3 4 12 3 4 12 3 4 5 12 3 4 12 3 4 12 3 4 12 3 4 5 12 3 4 12 3 4 12 3 4 1-45
Priest12 All 345 6 7 All8 910 1112 13 14 1516-1920-23 24 1All2 3 4 5 6 7 89 101112 13 14 15 16-19 20-24
John 39 40 Birth of John - All Abijah - - Conception of John 12 3 4 5 - 8 9 - 121314 15 1617 18 19 2021 22 23 2425 26 27 2829 30-3334-38
Jesus 141516 1718-21 2223 24 25 26 2728 2930 31-34 35-38 3940 Birth of Jesus --   Mary conceives Conception of Jesus1 2 3 45 6 7 8 9-13
Birth Birth after 40 weeks of gestation The lunar month is 29.5 days so we inserted a week every four months (360 days per year)
Conception Week of conception. It takes 3-10 days to travel down the fallopian tube to be implanted. That time is not part of the forty weeks
Jesus was born during the feast of Tabernacles because He came to tabernacle with humans. There are two proofs.
First, if Jesus was 33.5 years old when He died on Passover, then His birthday must have been six months earlier on Tishri 15.
The next proof is based on following a timetable of events that began with the angel visiting the father of John the Baptist.

The Birth Year Of Jesus (Tishri 15, 4 BC)
We concluded that He was born during the feast of Tabernacles, around Tishri 15. But we did not discuss the year. This prophecy of the cleansing of the woman gives us an indication of the year of His birth because it indicates His age at death. He was 33.
Because of a mistake by the monk Dionysius Exiguus, who created our current calendar, the year of His birth was first designated year one on our calendar instead of year 753 on the Roman calendar. He used Luke 3 verses 1 and 23 and concluded that Jesus was thirty years old in the fifteenth year of Tiberius Caesar. Augustus Caesar ruled from 27 BC and died on 19 August 14 AD and he was succeeded by Tiberius Caesar (14 to 37 AD) Power was actually transferred a year earlier in 13 AD. So his fifteenth year was 27/28 AD.
Now in the fifteenth year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar, when Pontius Pilate was governor of Judea, and Herod was tetrach of Galilee ...
When He began His ministry, Jesus Himself was about thirty years of age.
(Luke 3: 23).

The Death Of Herod
The historian Josephus said that Herod died after a lunar eclipse just before Passover. Astronomers have calculated the dates of three eclipses around that time.
5 BC, March 23 (8: 52 PM). Total.
4 BC, March 13 (4: 04 AM). Partial.
1 BC, January 10 (1: 35 AM). Total.
We know from the prophecy of Daniel 9 that Jesus died on Passover in 31 AD (Nisan 14) We know from the prophecy of the unclean woman that he must be thirty three years old at His death. He began His ministry at age 30, according to Luke 3: 23. Matthew also says that Herod killed all the boys under two years old in the region. So, before He died Herod thought that the maximum age of Christ must be around two years.
Then when Herod saw that he had been tricked by the magi, he became very enraged, and sent and killed all the male children who were in Bethlehem and all its vicinity, from two years old and under, according to the time which he had determined from the magi. (Matthew 2: 16).
According to the evidence in the scriptures and the requirement of the prophecy of Daniel 9, He died after three and a half years. The evidence of the written chronological events shows that He worked for three Passovers and died on the fourth.

30 Years 6 Months Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
4 BC(4 BC-27 AD) (27/28 AD) (29 AD) (30 AD) (31 AD)
Baby30 Years 30½ Years Old (Luke 3: 23) 31½ Years Old 32½ Years Old 33½ Years Old
Tabernacles Tabernacles Passover Passover? Passover Passover
Birth Baptism Temple Cleansed
(John 2: 13-15)
Sabbath healing
(John 5: 1)
Loaves and fishes
(John 6: 4)
Crucifixion
(John 11: 55)

Using the year for a day principle, Jesus prophesied that He would work for three years.
And He said to them, "Go tell that fox, look, I cast out demons and perform cures today and tomorrow, and the third day I reach My goal". (Luke 13: 32).

Summary: Birth Year.
So, remembering that there is no year zero, if Jesus was 33 years old in autumn in the feast of tabernacles on Tishri 15, 30 AD then He was born in 4 BC. And, if Herod died around Passover 1 BC, then Jesus was two and a half years old during Passover of that year.

  Star 7 Years Of Astronomical Signs Miracles
634037 BC31 BC 19BC 7BC5 BC 4 4 BC 3 BC 2 BC Lunar Eclipse 1 BC Eclipse 1 BC 1 AD 9 27AD 31AD Cross34
Rome City
Falls
Ship Temple Solar Eclipse Lunar Eclipse Lunar Eclipse Tishri 15 Jan 10 Herod
Dies
Tishri 15 Nisan 14  
Baby 1 2 3 4 12 30 33½
Actium Remodel Eclipse Birth Children Under 2 Killed YouthBaptism Ministry
  (40 BC-1BC) Herod The Great (37BC-1BC Ruled Israel)Herod Antipas
  Triumvirate Augustus Caesar (27 BC TO 19 August 14 AD)Tiberius (13/14-37AD)
So we have met all the prophetic, mathematical and historical requirements for the age of Jesus

Who Killed Jesus?
Our sins caused Jesus to give His own life as a substitute. He chose the sons of Abraham to perform this act and they brought the false charges to the Romans who carried out the punishment. Everyone is responsible.

Wounded By His Friends
Torn to Pieces
The law says that an animal that is torn by wild beasts or dies of itself cannot be used for food. Jesus could not be consumed as the offering if He was mutilated by His enemies, if he died of suicide or natural causes. He must be unjustly killed to be the offering, and He cannot be killed by the wild animals (Gentiles). He must be killed by the Jews.

Cutting up the Offering. The vow also symbolized that "may I be torn in pieces like this offering if I do not keep my promises". Jesus kept the promise and was not physically torn to pieces.

Cut in Two. The middle matzah at Passover was broken in two. The promise of redemption is to be redeemed by the right strong arm of power and by the vow made by the right thigh through a high priest whose right ear will always hear.
His indestructible divinity must be represented by His right side. While the left side which was pierced through the heart by the sword must represent His broken humanity.
Anyone can inflict severe physical wounds. But only your friends and family can inflict the most severe emotional wounds.
When David sinned by ordering a census God gave him three choices for his punishment. They were seven years of famine, three months fleeing from his enemies or three days pestilence. He chose his friend, God.
... I am in great distress. Let us now fall into the hand of the Lord for His mercies are great, but do not let me fall into the hand of man. 2 Samuel 24: 14
God had the same choice. He could give His blood for mankind through His own efforts. He did not need the contribution of an evil deed to pay the price for sin. He could sweat blood and He could lay down His own life. It was the blood that was taken into the altar as an atonement, not the dead animal. But the forces of evil were going to take the opportunity to murder Him. And He must submit. He probably had the choice of falling into the hands of Satan, the Gentiles, His enemies or His friends. He chose to be wounded by His friends.
And one will say to Him, what are these wounds between Your arms? Then He will say "those with which I was wounded in the house of My friends". (Zechariah 13: 6)

This is why the behavior of the tribes were listed as blessings even though it cost Him His life. Only the children of His friend Abraham could be entrusted with this task. So the test of Abraham takes on another symbolic meaning. Abraham was allowed to experience the agony of God who had to give up His only Son to death. He was also the one to hold the knife to kill his son.

The seed of Abraham also had to experience the agony of Abraham. They were the ones who would kill the favorite Son of their friend, God! What agony! It was also symbolic of what the atonement did. He would die for His friends because of His friends. Our sins killed Him, therefore we must hold the knife, not Satan or those who reject His atoning death.
Dying at the hands of your enemy is not as wicked and deeply painful as dying at the hands of loved ones. In addition, forgiveness of this act of betrayal is the greatest type of forgiveness. The Jews were the only ones who could cause Him to die the worst death so that His death could forgive the worst of betrayals. Death only at the hands of the Gentiles could not atone for every sin.

He would die at the hands of the priests and sinners among His own chosen people.
Therefore, although Israel sinned, God chose them over anyone else to kill Him. It was also His will that the Jews would be separated from the Christians so that He could maintain an accurate knowledge of His covenant for the people at the end of time. Therefore, it is only fair that God should bring them back from this cloud of infamy. So, Paul says that they will be grafted back in. Isaiah says that their dignity would be restored and they will be a light to the Gentiles.

» The Punishment of the Jews. For 2000 years Christians have claimed that all the tragedy on the Jews are God's punishment for rejecting Christ. And that their statement, "his blood be upon us and on our children" are still being fulfilled. So every horrible persecution including the slaughter of six million by the German Nazis was their punishment from God. What does God say about punishment in the covenant?

What Did Jesus Know? And How Did He Know It?
Let us assume that God did not appear to Him and give Him a written schedule of events, then how did He know what to do and when events should occur? With the help of the Holy Spirit He learned them through the laws, the prophecies, the ceremonies, the twelve tribes and the life of His forefathers because they contained all the signs.

The Origin Of The Concept Of The Messiah (Moshiach)
Scholars always try to disparage the Jewish and Christian faiths. Now they claim that Zoroastrianism is the source of the concept of the Messiah. The Jews were captured by Cyrus and the Persians around 538 BC, so many scholars claim that the Jews and Christians stole this idea of a Messiah during their captivity.
Zoroaster lived between 660-583 BC or 1500 BC, scholars are not sure. The 900 year gap in time is so wide, this margin of error gives room for any conclusion. I suspect that they decided that Zoroaster was the source of the concept but their best proofs places Zoroaster's existance in 660-593 BC. However, Israel appeared as a nation in 1000-1500 BC. So they are trying to place his existance at the earliest point in Jewish history where they appeared as a nation at the exodus in 1500 BC when Moses wrote the Torah to enhance their claim that Zoroaster was the source.

4000 BC Creation 2147 1915 1100 1500 Exodus 1460 900 600 Babylon 539Persia 423 BC
Adam and Eve Abraham Jacob Slaves Moses and Balaam Elijah Daniel, Mordecai and Esther Malachi
Deliverer-Son Jewish Messianic Prophecies
Common Facts Jewish Knowledge ? Zoroastrianism

So it is very convenient that having decided that Zoroaster is the source that they will offer this wide range of dates for his life. It proves that they do not know when he first appeared and that they are not dating the appearance of a man, but the appearance of an idea. Having found the idea they are determined to place Zoroaster in that time period despite the evidence that he lived in the sixth century before Christ.

» Proof of Hebrew Origin (2200-1500 BC). This lesson demonstrates extremely detailed Messianic prophecies in the laws of Moses. It clearly shows that the concept of the Messiah must have originated with the Jews, hundreds of years before the Persians.

So I conclude from the evidence in the Messianic prophecies, that the concept of the Messiah-Redeemer existed from Eden, when Eve sinned and a Deliverer-Son was promised (˜4000 BC). It appeared in very concrete forms to Abraham and all His children after 2147 BC, then was formalized in the laws of Moses in 1500 BC, and preached by the rebellious prophet Balaam around 1460 BC, the earliest time in which they can place Zoroaster.
Therefore, it is more likely that the concept of the Messiah originated with the ancestors of the Jews and they spread this knowledge to the surrounding nations at the exodus and to their captors in Babylon, Persia and Greece.
By choosing to accept the story about a man whom many people have forgotten and ignoring the Jewish texts and miraculous survival of a small group of people for 4000 years through many long periods of foreign oppression, genocide and attempts to stamp out their religion, these revisionist historians who hate Judaism and Christianity are ignoring the historical evidence that Zoroaster was probably Daniel or a Persian astrologer under Daniel's rule.

Symbols Of Paganism In Christianity
While the Jews did a very good job of protecting their religious heritage over 4000 years, the Christians were very careless in protecting this heritage. They took popular things from other religions to incorporate abominations in their rituals for the purpose of attracting the people.
God was very meticulous and careful in establishing His symbols and signs. He made the righteous reenact the signs throughout their lives and repeated the same themes in many prophecies, dreams, visions and laws. With this knowledge of the importance of signs and symbols, try to justify our present actions. Why have God's original symbols been replaced by pagan abominations that honor pagan seasons, times, saints and gods?
Feb March AprilMay- September-Oct October Ghost - star

Tree
December
- Easter Bunny Egg - Palm Halloween Witch Christmas Snowman Elf Deer Santa
Heart Cross Wine Bread Dove Shofar Goat Pumpkin Satan Cat Star Angel Gift
Purim Lamb Passover • Shavuot - Trumpets•Yom Kippur•Tabernacles
ShofarLord's Goat ScapeGoatSukka Palm
Menorah Hanukkah Dreidl
Persia Delivered from Egypt Delivered from Egypt and Babylon Delivered from Greece
God's feasts are meant to commemorate the great deliverances over the major powers that conquered them.

But Paganism has introduced festivals that compete with God's holy feasts.

God's Signs Replaced. Your adversaries have roared in the midst of Your meeting place; They have set up their own standards for signs. We do not see our signs; There is no longer any prophet, nor is there any among us who knows how long. (Psalm 74: 4, 9)
Pagans and heathens base their signs and omens on random events like reading tea leaves, reading palms, animal behavior and personal feelings attached to experiences. But God bases His signs on laws and customs that He has established to explain a specific plan, removing any chance of private interpretation. This age old Plan of Salvation is being executed according to the schedule and events determined before the creation. So its signs, symbols and rituals are as important as any sign on a map and cannot be rearranged and reinterpreted like a set of Leggo toys.
Even if you could find any redeeming quality in the human customs, how do you justify ignoring the signs and symbols of God? When the enemies of God usurp His signs, we will lose our way. Future generations will not understand the meaning. We will not know where we are prophetically and we will not know where we are going and how long it will take.
Jesus knew what to do because the signs were being faithfully observed by the Jews. Let us look at this remarkable system.

Study to show yourself approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth.   2 Timothy 2: 15 Time: 300 minutes
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Author: Laverna Patterson. Editor: Patterson (January 2008)
Every topic on this page with the teachinghearts logo and more was taught to me by the Holy Spirit. The Unclean woman was at the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. He persisted until I reluctantly read Leviticus 12. Then He gave me the knowledge.
Antiquities of the Jews, Book XVII, Chapter VI, end of the fourth paragraph. Flavius Josephus
The Date of Herod's Reign. Murrell Selden. URL: http://home.comcast.net/~murrellg/Herod.htm
  Herod's Seventh Year - Book XV, Chapter V, Section 2, page 320. Josephus
  Death of Herod - Book XVII, Chapter VIII, Section 1. Josephus
Birth year of Jesus. URL: http://www.biblelight.net/year.htm.
  Assumptions and fruit in the fourth period, 40 week pregnancy are my additions
Abraham and Isaac. I learned this from two pastors (Doug Bachelor and M. Oxentenko). I do not remember who was first.
Josephus' quotes on Herod's reign. Murrell Selden URL: http://home.comcast.net/~murrellg/Herod.htm
Why Celebrate Easter? URL: http://www.abcog.org/nh/easter.htm
Halloween: Is it Christian? URL: http://www.abcog.org/hallow.htm
Zoroastrianism. URL: http://www.paganizingfaithofyeshua.freeservers.com/no_7_zoroaster.htm
The Introduction of Christmas into Christianity. URL: http://www.abcog.org/xmas.htm
Judaism 101: Moshiach: The Messiah URL: http://www.jewfaq.org/moshiach.htm
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