Nevi’im Proofs

The Nevi’im (נביאים) covers the time period from the death of Moshe Rabbenu through the Babylonian exile (ca.1200BCE-587BCE) and contains 19 books. The Nevi’im covers the time from the Hebrews entering Eretz Yisrael, conquest of Jericho, conquest of Eretz Yisrael and division among the tribes, judicial system, Era of Saul and David, Solomon’s wisdom and the construction of the First Temple, kings of Eretz Yisrael, prophecy, messianic prophecies, and the Babylonian exile.

Judges Proofs

Jesus was a Nazarene (13:5)

I Samuel Proofs

Jesus was annointed king (2:10)

II Samuel Proofs

Jesus was from David’s seed (7:12) :: Jesus was the son of G-d (7:14) :: Jesus was from David’s line (7:16) :: Gentiles flocked to Jesus (22:44-45)

Isaiah Proofs

People were deaf to Jesus’ words (6:9-12) :: Jesus was born of a virgin (7:14) :: Jesus was a stone and a rock (8:14-15; 8:23-9:1) :: Jesus was the literal son of G-d (9:5) :: Jesus was called the Wonderful One, Counselor, Mighty G-d, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace (9:5) :: Jesus was an heir to David (9:6) :: Jesus established an everlasting kingdom (9:6) :: Jesus had a character of justice (9:6) :: Jesus was a Nazarene (11:1) :: Jesus was the anointed one (11:2) :: Jesus showed the character of truth (11:4) :: Jesus had gentiles seeking him (11:10) :: Jesus was called Yeshua (12:2) :: Jesus was resurrected (25:8) :: Jesus had the power of resurrection (26:19) :: Jesus was the cornerstone (28:16) :: Jesus healed the sick (29:18) :: Jesus wished to be a shelter (32:2) :: Jesus was preceded by John the Baptizer (40:3) :: Jesus was like a shepherd (40:11) :: Jesus was the redeeming servant (42:1-4) :: Jesus was delighted in by G-d (42:1) :: Jesus spread his teachings (42:1,6) :: Jesus was meek and lowly (42:2-3) :: Jesus brought hope to the hopeless (42:3) :: Jesus was a light unto the nations (42:4,6) :: Jesus was a covenant (42:6) :: Jesus was the only savior (43:11) :: Jesus was of the spirit of G-d (44:3) :: Jesus was sinless and non-violent (53:4-6) :: Jesus was a judge (45:23) :: Jesus was the first and last (48:12) :: Jesus was a teacher (48:17) :: Jesus was called from the womb (49:1) :: Jesus was a servant from the womb (49:5) :: Jesus was the salvation for Israel (49:6) :: Jesus was a light to the nation (49:6) :: Jesus was despised by the nations (49:7) :: The heaven was clothed in black at Jesus’ humiliation on the cross (50:3) :: Jesus was a learned counselor of the weary (50:4) :: Jesus was willingly bound to obedience (50:5) :: Jesus was spat upon, struck, and scourged (50:6) :: Jesus brought good tidings of peace (52:7) ::  Jesus was the exalted servant (52:13) :: Jesus was shockingly abused (52:14) :: Jesus’ message startled the nations (52:15) :: Jesus’ bloodshed atoned for everyone (52:15) :: Jesus was rejected by the Jewish nation (53:1) :: Jesus grew up in a poor family and he had the appearance of a man  (53:2) :: Jesus lived a sinless and non-violent life (53:4-6) :: Jesus died for our sins (53:11)

Jeremiah Proofs

Jesus was a descendent of David (23:5-8) :: A new contract will be made with man (31:30)

Amos Proofs

The Old Covenant Sabbath would end (8:5) :: Darkness during the crucifixion (8:9-10)

Jonah Proofs

Jesus spent three days and nights in the tomb (2:1)

Micah Proofs

Jesus was born in Bethlehem (5:1-2) :: There will be a pre-tribulation raputre (7:1-2)

Zechariah Proofs

Joshua is symbolic of things to come (3:8) :: Jesus’ sacrifice removed sins (3:9) :: Jesus was the branch (6:12-13) :: Jesus rode on a donkey (9:9) :: Judas was paid thirty pieces of silver (11:12-13) :: Jesus was betrayed by his disciples (13:7)