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Biblically, Jesus is the Messiah and the Son of God


The biblical evidences that prove Jesus is the Messiah donít contradict the Torah, on the contrary, they confirm Jesus is the Messiah.


Is Jesus the Son of God and the Messiah? Yes, Jesus is the Son of God and the Messiah, Jesus spoke God's Word, he says: [Do not think that I am come to destroy the Law, or the prophets. I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill. 18 For amen I say unto you, till heaven and earth pass, one jot, or one title shall not pass of the law, till all be fulfilled. 19 He therefore that shall break one of these least commandments, and shall so teach men, shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven. But he that shall do and teach, he shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven,] Matthew 5:17 to 20.

The protestant churches teach that the word "till all be fulfilled" was fulfilled when Jesus died on the cross. The protestant church is wrong. The word "till all be fulfilled" means till all the former things are passed away. It is when God makes new heaven and new earth. Therefore, the scripture in the book of Revelation 21:6, says: (It is done), it means "it is fulfilled".

The scriptures read: 1 And I saw a new heaven and a new earth. (The first heaven and the first earth were gone, and the sea found no more). 2 And I John saw the holy city, the New Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. 3 And I heard a great voice from the throne, saying: Behold the tabernacle of God with men, and he will dwell with them. And they shall be his people; and God himself with them shall be their God. 4 And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes: and death shall be no more, nor mourning, nor crying, nor sorrow shall be any more, (for the former things are passed away.) 5 And he that sat on the throne, said: Behold, (I make all things new). And he said to me: Write, for these words are most faithful and true. 6 And he said to me: (It is done). I am Alpha and Omega; the beginning and the end. To him that thirsts, I will give of the fountain of the water of life, freely. 7 (He that shall overcome) shall possess these things, and I will be his God; and he shall be my son. 8 But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, they shall have their portion in the pool burning with fire and brimstone, which is the second death, Revelation 21:1 to 8.

Jesus is the bread of life, refer to page "Jesus"


Proof Jesus = (Yeshua) is the Christ = (Mashiach) = (Messiah) in the Torah, Psalms, and through God's prophets. The following charts are for people that don't believe Jesus is the Messiah; especially for the Jews.

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His pre-existence

Micah = (Micheas) 5:2

John 1:1, 14

Born of the seed of a woman

Genesis 3:15

Matthew 1:18

Of the seed of Abraham

Genesis 12:3

Matthew 1:1-16

All nations blessed by Abraham's seed

Genesis 12:3

Matthew 8:5, 10

God would provide Himself a Lamb as an offering

Genesis 22:8

John 1:29

From the tribe of Judah = (Juda)

Genesis 49:10

Matthew 1:1-3

Heir to the throne of David

Isaiah 9:6-7  [Note: Isaiah = (Isaias) = (Yesha'yahu)]

Matthew 1:1


This section was deleted by the early church, read comment below

Isaiah 9:6  [Note: Isaiah = (Isaias) = (Yesha'yahu)]  


Born in Bethlehem

Micah = (Micheas) 5:2

Matthew 2:1

Born of a virgin

Isaiah 7:14  [Note: Isaiah = (Isaias) = (Yesha'yahu)]

Matthew 1:18

His name called Immanuel, "God with us"

Isaiah 7:14  [Note: Isaiah = (Isaias) = (Yesha'yahu)]

Matthew 1:23

Declared to be the Son of God

Psalms 2:7

Matthew 3:17

His messenger before Him in spirit of Elijah = (Elias)

Malachi 4:5-6 [Note: Malachi = (Malachias)]

Luke 1:17

Preceded by a messenger to prepare His way

Malachi 3:1

Matthew 11:7-11

Messenger crying "Prepare ye the way of the Lord"

Isaiah 40:3  [Note: Isaiah = (Isaias) = (Yesha'yahu)]

Matthew 3:3

Would be a Prophet of the children of Israel

Deuteronomy 18:15

Matthew 2:15

Called out of Egypt

Hosea 11:1 [Note: Osee = (Hosea)]

Matthew 2:15

Slaughter of the children

Jeremiah 31:15 [Jeremiah = (Jeremias)]


Would be a Nazarene

Judges 13:5; Amos 2:11;
Lam. 4:7

Matthew 2:23

Brought light to Zabulon & Nephthali, Galilee of the Gentiles

Isaiah 9:1-2  [Note: Isaiah = (Isaias) = (Yesha'yahu)]

Matthew 4:15

Presented with gifts

Psalms 72:10

Matthew 2:1, 11

Rejected by His own

Isaiah 53:3  [Note: Isaiah = (Isaias) = (Yesha'yahu)]

Matthew 21:42; Mark 8:31, 12:10; Luke 9:22, 17:25

He is the stone which the builders rejected which became the headstone

Psalms 118:22-23; Isaiah 28:16

Matthew 21:42; I Peter 2:7

A stone of stumbling to Israel

Isaiah 8:14-15  [Note: Isaiah = (Isaias) = (Yesha'yahu)]

I Peter 2:8

He entered Jerusalem as a king
riding on an ass

Zechariah 9:9  [Note: Zacharias = (Zechariah) =Zachary]

Matthew 21:5

Betrayed by a friend

Psalmss 41:9

John 13:21

Sold for 30 pieces of silver

Zechariah 11:12

[Note: Zacharias = (Zechariah) =Zachary]

Matthew 26:15; Luke 22:5

The 30 pieces of silver given for the potter's field

Zechariah 11:12

 [Note: Zacharias = (Zechariah) =Zachary]

Matthew 27:9-10

The 30 pieces of silver thrown in the temple

Zechariah 11:13 [Note: Zacharias = (Zechariah)]

Matthew 27:5

Forsaken by His disciples

Zechariah 13:7 [Note: Zacharias = (Zechariah) =Zachary]

Matthew 26:56

Accused by false witnesses

Psalms 35:11

Matthew 26:60

Silent to accusations

Isaiah 53:7

Matthew 27:14

Heal blind/deaf/lame/dumb

Isaiah 35:5-6; Isaiah 29:18  [Note: Isaiah = (Isaias) = (Yesha'yahu)]

Matthew 11:5

Preached to the poor/brokenhearted/captives

Isaiah 61:1

Matthew 11:5

Came to bring a sword, not peace

Micah = (Micheas) 7:6

Matthew 10:34-35

He bore our sickness

Isaiah 53:4

Matthew 8:16-17

Spat upon, smitten and scourged

Isaiah 50:6, 53:5  [Note: Isaiah = (Isaias) = (Yesha'yahu)]

Matthew 27:26, 30

Smitten on the cheek

Micah = (Micheas) 5:1

Matthew 27:30

Hated without a cause

Psalms 35:19

Matthew 27:23

The sacrificial lamb

Isaiah 53:5

John 1:29

Given for a covenant

Isaiah 42:6; Jeremiah 31:31-34

[Jeremiah = (Jeremias)]  [Note: Isaiah = (Isaias) = (Yesha'yahu)]

Romans 11:27/Galatians 3:17, 4:24/Hebrews 8:6, 8, 10; 10:16, 29; 12:24; 13:20

Would not strive or cry

Isaiah 42:2-3

Mark 7:36

People would hear not and see not

Isaiah 6:9-10

Matthew 13:14-15

People trust in traditions of men

Isaiah 29:13  [Note: Isaiah = (Isaias) = (Yesha'yahu)]

Matthew 15:9

People give God lip service

Isaiah 29:13

Matthew 15:8

God delights in Him

Isaiah 42:1

Matthew 3:17, 17:5

Wounded for our sins

Isaiah 53:5  [Note: Isaiah = (Isaias) = (Yesha'yahu)]

John 6:51

He bore the sins of many

Isaiah 53:10-12

Mark 10:45

Messiah not killed for Himself

Daniel 9:26

Matthew 20:28

Gentiles flock to Him

Isaiah 55:5, 60:3, 65:1; Malachi 1:11;
II Samuel 22:44-45; Psalms 2:7-8

Matthew 8:10

Crucified with criminals

Isaiah 53:12  

[Note: Isaiah = (Isaias) = (Yesha'yahu)]

Matthew 27:35

His body was pierced

Zechariah 12:10; Ps. 22:16 [Note: Zacharias = (Zechariah) =Zachary]

John 20:25, 27

Thirsty during execution

Psalms 69 :21

John 19:28

Given vinegar and gall for thirst

Psalms 69:21

Matthew 27:34

John 19:28 ,29

Soldiers gambled for his garment

Psalms 22:18

Matthew 27:35

People mocked, "He trusted in God, let Him deliver him!"

Psalms 22:7-8

Matthew 27:43

People sat there looking at Him

Psalms 22:17

Matthew 27:36

Cried, "My God, my God why hast thou forsaken me?"

Psalms 22:1

Matthew 27:46

Darkness over the land

Amos 8:9

Matthew 27:45

No bones broken

Psalms 34:20, Numbers 9:12

John 19:33-36

Side pierced

Zechariah 12:10 [Note: Zacharias = (Zechariah) =Zachary]

John 19:34

Buried with the rich

Isaiah 53:9  [Note: Isaiah = (Isaias) = (Yesha'yahu)]

Matthew 27:57, 60

Resurrected from the dead

Psalms 16:10-11; 49:15

Mark 16:6

Priest after the order of Melchizedek

Psalms 110:4

Hebrews 5:5-6; 6:20; 7:15-17

Ascended to right hand of God

Psalms 68:18

Luke 24:51

LORD said unto Him, "Sit thou at my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool

Psalms 110:1

Matt 22:44; Mark 12:36;, 16:19; Luke 20:42-43; Acts 2:34-35; Hebrews 1:13

His coming glory

Malachi 3:2-3

Luke 3:17

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[The early church's comment: The son that the prophet Isaiah spoke of in his prophecy Isaiah 9:6  is "god" with miniscule "g", not God with capital "G".  [Note: Isaiah = (Isaias) = (Yesha'yahu)]

Many Trinitarians' translations use capital "G" instead minuscule "g" to make Jesus God. It is wrong; it can't be with capital "G" because Jesus is the Son of God, not God.

Jesus = (Yeshua) explained how a prophet be god: Is it not written in your law, God said: you are gods? 35 If those that spoke God's Word through inspirations, God called them gods according to the Law that no one contradicts; 36 And how you are telling the holy one of God that He sent to the world, "which is me": you blaspheme, because I said, I am the Son of God, John 10:34 to 36

Jesus confirms in the above scripture that a prophet called god with miniscule "g", not God with capital "G". Jesus confirmed that he is the son of God, god with minuscule "g", not God.]

For more information, refer to page "God sent His Son to manifest in flesh to save the world"


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Prophecies in Psalms
Fulfilled in Jesus Christ and His Church

Psalms Prophecies

OT Scripture

NT Fulfillment

The Messiah would also be rejected by Gentiles.

 Psalms 2:1

 Acts 4:25-28

Political/religious leaders would conspire against the Messiah.

 Psalms 2:2

 Matthew 26:3-4
 Mark 3:6

The Messiah would be King of the Jews.

 Psalms 2:6

 John 12:12-13
 John 18:32

The Messiah would be the Son of God.

 Psalms 2:7a

 Luke 1:31-35
 Matthew 3:16-17
 Hebrews 1:5-6

The Messiah would reveal that He was the Son of God.

 Psalms 2:7b

 John 9:35-37

The Messiah would be raised from the dead and be crowned King.

 Psalms 2:7c

 Acts 13:30-33
 Romans 1:3-4

The Messiah would ask God for His inheritance.

 Psalms 2:8a

 John 17:4-24

The Messiah would have complete authority over all things.

 Psalms 2:8b

 Matthew 28:18
 Hebrews 1:1-2

The Messiah would not acknowledge those who did not believe in Him.

 Psalms 2:12

 John 3:36

Infants would give praise to the Messiah.

 Psalms 8:2

 Matthew 21:15-16

The Messiah would have complete authority over all things.

 Psalms 8:6

 Matthew 28:18

The Messiah would be resurrected.

 Psalms 16:8-10a

 Matthew 28:6
 Acts 2:25-32

The Messiah's body would not see corruption (natural decay).

 Psalms 16:8-10b

 Acts 13:35-37

The Messiah would be glorified into the presence of God.

 Psalms 16:11

 Acts 2:25-33

The Messiah would come for all people.

 Psalms 18:49

 Ephesians 3:4-6

The Messiah would cry out to God.

 Psalms 22:1a

 Matthew 27:46

The Messiah would be forsaken by God at His crucifixion.

 Psalms 22:1b

 Mark 15:34

The Messiah would pray without ceasing before His

 Psalms 22:2

 Matthew 26:38-39

The Messiah would be despised and rejected by His own.

 Psalms 22:6

 Luke 23:21-23

The Messiah would be made a mockery.

 Psalms 22:7

 Matthew 27:39

Unbelievers would say to the Messiah, "He trusted in God, let Him now deliver Him."

 Psalms 22:8

 Matthew 27:41-43

The Messiah would know His Father from childhood.

 Psalms 22:9

 Luke 2:40

The Messiah would be called by God while in the womb.

 Psalms 22:10

 Luke 1:30-33

The Messiah would be abandoned by His disciples.

 Psalms 22:11

 Mark 14:50

The Messiah would be encompassed by evil spirits.

 Psalms 22:12-13

 Colossians 2:15

The Messiah's body would emit blood & water.

 Psalms 22:14a

 John 19:34

The Messiah would be crucified.

 Psalms 22:14b

 Matthew 27:35

The Messiah would thirst while dying.

 Psalms 22:15a

 John 19:28

The Messiah would thirst just prior to His death.

 Psalms 22:15b

 John 19:30

The Messiah would be observed by Gentiles at His crucifixion.

 Psalms 22:16a

 Luke 23:36

The Messiah would be observed by Jews at His crucifixion.

 Psalms 22:16b

 Matthew 27:41-43

Both the Messiah's hands and feet would be pierced.

 Psalms 22:16c

 Matthew 27:38

The Messiah's bones would not be broken.

 Psalms 22:17a

 John 19:32-33

The Messiah would be viewed by many during His crucifixion.

 Psalms 22:17b

 Luke 23:35

The Messiah's garments would be parted among the soldiers.

 Psalms 22:18a

 John 19:23-24

The soldiers would cast lots for the Messiah's clothes.

 Psalms 22:18b

 John 19:23-24

The Messiah's atonement would enable believers to receive salvation.

 Psalms 22:22

 Hebrews 2:10-12
 Matthew 12:50
 John 20:14

The Messiah's enemies would stumble and fall.

 Psalms 27:2

 John 18:3-6

The Messiah would be accused by false witnesses.

 Psalms 27:12

 Matthew 26:59-61

The Messiah would cry out to God "Into thy hands I commend my spirit."

 Psalms 31:5

 Luke 23:46

There would be many attempts to kill the Messiah.

 Psalms 31:13

 Matthew 27:1

The Messiah would have no bones broken.

 Psalms 34:20

 John 19:32-33

The Messiah would be accused by many false witnesses.

 Psalms 35:11

 Mark 14:55-59

The Messiah would be hated without cause.

 Psalms 35:19

 John 18:19-23
 John 15:24-25

The Messiah would be silent as a lamb before His accusers.

 Psalms 38:13-14

 Matthew 26:62-63

The Messiah would be God's sacrificial lamb for redemption of all mankind.

 Psalms 40:6-8a

 Hebrews 10:10-13

The Messiah would reveal that the Hebrew scriptures were written of Him.

 Psalms 40:6-8b

 Luke 24:44
 John 5:39-40

The Messiah would do God's (His Father) will.

 Psalms 40:7-8

 John 5:30

The Messiah would not conceal His mission from believing people.

 Psalms 40:9-10

 Luke 4:16-21

The Messiah would be betrayed by one of His own disciples.

 Psalms 41:9

 Mark 14:17-18

The Messiah would communicate a message of mercy.

 Psalms 45:2

 Luke 4:22

The Messiah's throne would be eternal.

 Psalms 45:6-7a

 Luke 1:31-33
 Hebrews 1:8-9

The Messiah would be God.

 Psalms 45:6-7b

 Hebrews 1:8-9

The Messiah would act with righteousness.

 Psalms 45:6-7c

 John 5:30

The Messiah would be betrayed by one of His own disciples.

 Psalms 55:12-14

 Luke 22:47-48

The Messiah would ascend back into heaven.

 Psalms 68:18a

 Luke 24:51
 Ephesians 4:8

The Messiah would give good gifts unto believing men.

 Psalms 68:18b

 Matthew 10:1
 Ephesians 4:7-11

The Messiah would be hated and rejected without cause.

 Psalms 69:4

 Luke 23:13-22
 John 15:24-25

The Messiah would be condemned for God's sake.

 Psalms 69:7

 Mat. 26:65-67

The Messiah would be rejected by the Jews.

 Psalms 69:8a

 John 1:11

The Messiah's very own brothers would reject Him.

 Psalms 69:8b

 John 7:3-5

The Messiah would become angry due to unethical practices by the Jews in the temple.

 Psalms 69:9a

 John 2:13-17

The Messiah would be condemned for God's sake.

 Psalms 69:9b

 Romans 15:3

The Messiah's heart would be broken.

 Psalms 69:20a

 John 19:34

The Messiah's disciples would abandon Him just prior to His death.

 Psalms 69:20b

 Mark 14:33-41

The Messiah would be offered gall mingled with vinegar while dying.

 Psalms 69:21a

 Matthew 27:34

The Messiah would thirst while dying.

 Psalms 69:21b

 John 19:28

The potters field would be uninhabited (Field of Blood).

 Psalms 69:25

 Acts 1:16-20

The Messiah would teach in parables.

 Psalms 78:2


The Messiah would be exalted to the right hand of God.

 Psalms 80:17

 Acts 5:31

The Messiah would come form the lineage of David.

 Psalms 89:3-4

 Matthew 1:1

The Messiah would call God His Father.

 Psalms 89:26

 Matthew 11:27

The Messiah would be God's only "begotten" Son.

 Psalms 89:27

 Mark 16:6
 Colossians 1:18
 Revelation 1:5

The Messiah would come from the lineage of David.

 Psalms 89:29

 Matthew 1:1

The Messiah would come from the lineage of David.

 Psalms 89:35-36

 Matthew 1:1

The Messiah would be eternal.

 Psalms 102:25-27a

 Revelation 1:8
 Hebrews 1:10-12

The Messiah would be the creator of all things.

 Psalms 102:25-27b

 John 1:3
 Ephesians 3:9
 Hebrews 1:10-12

The Messiah would calm the stormy sea.

 Psalms 107:28-29

 Matthew 8:24-26

The Messiah would be accused by many false witnesses.

 Psalms 109:2

 John 18:29-30

The Messiah would offer up prayer for His enemies.

 Psalms 109:4

 Luke 23:34

The Messiah's betrayer (Judas) would have a short life.

 Psalms 109:8a

 Acts 1:16-18
 John 17:12

The Messiah's betrayer would be replaced by another.

 Psalms 109:8b

 Acts 1:20-26

The Messiah would be mocked by many.

 Psalms 109:25

 Mark 15:29-30

The Messiah would be Lord and King.

 Psalms 110:1a

 Mat. 22:41-45

The Messiah would be exalted to the right hand of God.

 Psalms 110:1b

 Mark 16:19
 Mat. 22:41-46

The Messiah would be a Priest after the order of Melchisedec.

 Psalms 110:4

 Hebrews 6:17-20

The Messiah would be exalted to the right hand of God.

 Psalms 110:5

 1 Peter 3:21-22

The Messiah would be the "Stone" rejected by the builders (Jews).

Psalms 118:22


The Messiah would come in the name of the Lord.

 Psalms 118:26

 Matthew 21:9

The Messiah would come from the lineage of David.

 Psalms 132:11

 Matthew 1:1

The Messiah would come from the lineage of David.

 Psalms 132:17

 Matthew 1:1
 Luke 1:68-70