“In the beginning was the Word, the Word was with God and the Word was God.  
And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us.”
Injil John 1:1,14

All Fulfilled by Jesus

*Due to a Gregorian calendar error, Jesus was actually born BC 4, not AD 1.
*(BC4 – AD29)
c. 1420 BC - Tawrat, Genesis 22:15,18 -
Abraham....through your offspring all nations
on earth will be blessed
Injil, Matthew 1:1 - "A  record of the
genealogy of Jesus Christ the son of David,
the son of
c. 1000 BC - Zabur, Psalm 89:3,4,27 - "I have
made a covenant with my chosen one, I have
sworn to
David my servant, I will establish
your line forever and make your throne firm
through all generations....I will also appoint him
my firstborn, the most exalted of the kings of
the earth."
Injil, John 7:42 - "Does not the Scripture say
that the Christ will come from
David's family
and from Bethlehem, the town where David
c. 530 BC - Sahaif, Daniel 9:24-27 - "Seventy
'sevens' [
490 years] are decreed for your
people and your holy city [Jerusalem] to finish
transgression [punishment]....and to anoint
[crown] the most holy.  Know and understand
this:  From the issuing of the decree to restore
and rebuild Jerusalem until the Anointed One
[priest-king], the ruler, comes, there will be
seven 'sevens' [
49 years] and sixty-two
'sevens' [
+434 years]....After the sixty-two
'sevens,' [434 years] the Anointed One
[priest-king] will be cut off and will have
nothing....He will confirm a covenant with many
for one 'seven' [set of 7 years].  In the middle
of the 'seven' [
3-1/2 years] he will put an end
to sacrifice and offering"  [sacrifice himself -
Injil, Hebrews 10:3-5].
['weeks' = years.  7 days in a week represent
49 years + 434 years = 483 years

BC 457 city walls of Jerusalem rebuilt
AD +26 Jesus, at age 30, began to preach
(Luke 3:23)
483 years
7 years confirm covenant
490 years

But in middle of the 7 (3-1/2 yrs) will put an
end to sacrificing

Jesus preached
3-1/2 years (count the
annual Passovers he attended), then was
crucified, being the sacrificial Lamb of God
(Injil, John 1:29, 18:28 and 19:16-18).  After
that, sacrificing animals at the Temple
became unnecessary (Injil, Hebrews 10:3-5)
c. 700 BC - Sahaif, Isaiah 7:14 - "Therefore
the Lord himself will give you a sign: The
virgin will be with child and will give birth to a
Injil, Matthew 1:24-25 - "When Joseph woke
up, he did what the angel of the Lord had
commanded him and took Mary home as his
wife.  But he had
no union with her until
she gave birth to a son.  And he gave him the
name Jesus."
c. 686 BC - Sahaif, Micah 5:2 - "But you,
Bethlehem Ephrathat, though you are small
among the clans of Judah, out of you will come
for me one who will be ruler over Israel, whose
origins are from of old, from ancient times."
Injil, Matthew 2:3-5 - "When King Herod heard
this, he was disturbed, and all Jerusalem with
him.  When he had called together all the
people's chief priests and teachers of the
law, he asked them where the Christ was to
be born.  'In
Bethlehem in Judea,' they
replied, 'for this is what the prophet has
written.' "
c. 600 BC - Sahaif, Jeremiah 31:15 - "A voice
is heard [way over] in Ramah, mourning and
great [loud] weeping.  Rachel [ancestress of
King David] weeping for her children and
refusing to be comforted, because her
children are no more."
Injil, Matthew 2:16 - "When Herod realized
that he had been outwitted by the Magi, he
was furious, and he gave orders to
kill all the
boys in Bethlehem and its vicinity who were
two years old and under, in accordance with
the time he had learned from the Magi."
c. 700 BC - Sahaif, Hosea 11:1 - "When Israel
was a child, I loved him, and out of
Egypt I
called my son."
Injil, Matthew 2:14-15 - "So he [Joseph] got
up, took the child [Jesus] and his mother
[Mary] during the night and left for
where he stayed until the death of Herod."
430 BC - Sahaif, Malachi 3:1 - "See, I will send
messenger who will prepare the way
before me.  Then suddenly, the Lord you are
seeking will come to his temple; the
messenger of the covenant, whom you desire,
will come."
Injil, John 1:19, 29 - "Now this was John's
testimony when the Jews of Jerusalem sent
priests and Levites to ask him who he was.  
He did not fail to confess, but confessed
freely, 'I am not the Christ.'  The next day
John saw Jesus coming toward him and said,
'Lo, the Lamb of God, who takes away the
sin of the world!'
c. 700 BC - Sahaif, Isaiah 40:3 - "A voice of
one calling:  'In the desert prepare the way for
the Lord, make straight in the
wilderness a
highway for our God.' "
Injil, Matthew 3:4-5 - "John's clothes were
made of
camel's hair, and he had a leather
belt around this waist.  His
food was locusts
and wild honey
.  People went out to him
from Jerusalem and all Judea and the whole
region of the Jordan."
c. 700 BC – Sahaif, Isaiah 9:1-2, 7 – “In the
past he humbled the land of Zebulun and the
land of Naphtali.  In the future he will honor
Galilee of the Gentiles by the way of the sea,
along the Jordan.  The people walking in
darkness have seen a great light, on those
living in the land of the shadow of death, a
light has dawned….Of the increase of his
government and peace there will be no end.”
Injil, Matthew 4:13 – “Leaving Nazareth, he
went and lived in Capernaum, which was by
the lake in the area of Zebulun and Naphtali,
to fulfill what was said through the prophet
Isaiah, ‘Land of Zebulun and land of Nephtali,
the way to the sea, along the Jordan,
of the Gentiles ~ the people living in
darkness have seen a great light, on those
living in the land of the shadow of death a
light has dawned.’  From that time on Jesus
began to preach, ‘Repent, for the kingdom of
heaven is near.’ “
c. 700 BC - Sahaif, Isaiah 35:4-6 - "Say to
those with fearful hearts, 'Be strong, do not
fear; your God will come, he will come with
vengeance [against Satan]; with divine
retribution he will come to save you.'  Then will
the eyes of the
blind be opened, the ears of
deaf unstopped.  Then will the lame
like a deer, and the mute tongue shout
for joy."
Injil, John 20:30-31 - "Jesus did many other
miraculous signs in the presence of his
disciples, which are not recorded in this
book.  But these are written that you may
believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of
God, and that by believing you may have life
in his name."
c. 1000 BC - Zabur, Psalm 78:2 - "I will open
my mouth in
parables, I will utter hidden
things, things from of old."
Injil, Matthew 13:34 - "Jesus spoke all these
things to the crowd in
parables; he did not
say anything to them without using a parable.
c. 1000 BC – Zabur, Psalm 69:8 – “I am a
stranger to my
brothers, an alien to my own
mother’s sons.”
Injil, John 7:5 – “For even his own brothers
did not believe in him.”
c. 1000 BC – Zabur, Psalm 35:19; 69:4; Isaiah
49:7 – “Let not those who hate me without
reason maliciously wink the eye….Those who
hate me without reason outnumber the hairs of
my head….The Redeemer and Holy One of
Israel ~ to him who was
despised and
by the nation, to the servant of
rulers…the Lord, who is faithful, the Holy One
of Israel, who has chosen you.”
Injil, John 15:24b-25 – “But now they have
seen these miracles and yet they have
both me and my Father.  But this is to fulfill
what is written in their Law, “They hated me
without reason.”
c. 485 BC - Sahaif, Zechariah 9:9 - "Rejoice
greatly, O Daughter of Zion!  Shout, Daughter
of Jerusalem!  See, your king comes to you,
righteous and having salvation, gentle and
riding on a
donkey, on a colt, the foal of a
Injil, Matthew 21:7 - "They brought the
donkey and the colt, placed their cloaks on
them, and Jesus sat on them."
c. 1000 BC – Zabur, Psalm 41:9 – “Even my
close friend whom I trusted, he who shared
my bread, has lifted up his heel
against me.”
Injil, Matthew 10:1-2, 4; John 13:21, 26 – “He
called his twelve disciples to him and gave
them authority to drive out evil spirits and to
heal every disease and sickness.  These are
the names of the
twelve apostles…and
Judas Iscariot, who betrayed him….After he
had said this, Jesus was troubled in spirit and
testified, ‘I tell you the truth, one of you is
going to betray me…It is the one to whom I
will give this piece of bread when I have
dipped it in the dish.  Then dipping the piece
of bread, he gave it to Judas Iscariot….
c. 485 BC - Sahaif, Zechariah 11:12 - "I told
them, 'If you think it best, give me my pay; but
if not, keep it."  So they paid me
thirty pieces
of silver."
Injil, Matthew 26:14-15 - "Then one of the
Twelve ~ the one called Judas Iscariot ~ went
to the chief priests and asked, 'What are you
willing to give me if I hand him over to you?"  
So they counted out for him
thirty silver
c. 485 BC - Sahaif, Zechariah 11:13 - "And
the Lord said to me, '
Throw it to the potter'
~ the handsome price at which they priced
me!  So I took the thirty pieces of
silver and
threw them into the house of the Lord to the
Injil, Matthew 27:5-7 - "So Judas threw the
into the temple and left.  Then he
went away and hanged himself.  The chief
priests picked up the coins and said, 'It is
against the law to put this into the treasury,
since it is blood money.'  So they decided to
use the money to buy the
potter's field as a
burial place for foreigners."
c. 485 BC Sahaif, Zechariah 13:7 – “
‘Awake, O sword, against my shepherd,
against the man who is close to me!’ declares
the Lord Almighty.   ‘Strike the shepherd, and
the sheep
will scatter.’ “
Injil, Matthew 26:31, 50, 56b – “Then Jesus
told them, ‘This very night you will all fall away
on account of me, for it is written, ‘I will strike
the shepherd, and the sheep of the flock will
be scattered’…. Then the men stepped
forward, seized Jesus and arrested him….
Then all the disciples
deserted him and
c.  700 BC - Sahaif, Isaiah 53:7 - "He was
oppressed and afflicted; yet he did not open
his mouth; he was led like a lamb to the
slaughter, and as a sheep before her
shearers is
silent, so he did not open his
Injil, Matthew 27:12 -" When he was accused
by the chief priests and the elders, he gave
no answer."

Injil, Ist Peter 2:21-24 - "To this you were
called, because Christ suffered for you,
leaving you an example, that you should
follow in his steps.  
'He committed no sin, and
no deceit was found in his mouth.'   
they hurled their insults at him, he
did not
when he suffered, he made no
.  Instead, he entrusted himself to him
who judges justly.  He himself bore our sins in
his body on the tree so that we might die to
sins and live for righteousness; by his
wounds you have been healed."
c. 1000 BC – Zabur, Psalm 2:1-2 – “Why do
the nations conspire and the peoples plot in
vain.  The
kings of the earth take their stand
and the
rulers gather together against the
Lord and
against his Anointed One.”
Injil, Luke 22:66; 23:1, 8 – “At daybreak, the
council of the elders of the people, both the
chief priests and teachers of the law, met
together and Jesus was led before them….
then the whole assembly rose and led him off
to [
governor] Pilate….When he learned that
Jesus was under [
King] Herod’s jurisdiction,
he sent him to [King] Herod who was also in
Jerusalem at that time.
c. 1000 BC - Zabur, Psalm 22:7-8 - "All who
see me
mock me; they hurl insults, shaking
their heads; "He trusts in the Lord; let the Lord
rescue him.  Let him deliver him, since he
delights in him."”
Injil, Matthew 27:39, 41, 43 - "Those who
passed by hurled
insults at him, shaking
their head....In the same way the chief
priests, the teachers of the law and the
mocked him....'He trusts in God.  Let
rescue him now if he wants him, for he
said, "I am the Son of God. " ' "
c. 1000 BC - Zabur, Psalm 22:18 - "They
divide my garments among them and cast
lots for my clothing."
Injil, Matthew 27:35 - "When they had
crucified him, they
divided up his clothes
by casting lots."
c. 1000 BC - Zabur, Psalm 69:21 - "They put
gall in my food, and gave me vinegar for my
Injil, Matthew 27:34 - "There they offered
Jesus wine to drink, mixed with
gall; but after
tasting it, he refused to drink it."
c. 700 BC – Sahaif, Isaiah 53:12 – “He…made
intercession for the transgressors.
Injil, Luke 23:34 – “Jesus said, ‘Father,
forgive them, for they do not know what they
are doing.’ “
c. 700 BC - Sahaif, Isaiah 53:9 - "He was
assigned a grave with the
Injil, Luke 23:32 – “Two other men, both
criminals, were also led out with him to be
c. 1000 BC - Zabur, Psalm 22:1 - "My God,
my God, why have you forsaken me?
are you so far from saving me, so far from the
words of my groaning?"
Injil, 2nd Corinthians 5:21 - "God made him
Jesus] who had no sin, to be sin for us
so that in him we might become the
righteousness of God."

Injil, Romans 6:23a - "For the
wages of sin
is [spiritual] death."

Injil, Matthew 27:46 - "About the tenth hour
Jesus cried out in a loud voice, 'Eloi, Eloi
lama sabachthani?' ~ which means, '
My God,
my God, why have you forsaken me?
' "
c. 1000 BC - Zabur, Psalm 31:5 - "Into your
hands I commit my spirit
; redeem me, O
Lord, the God of truth."
Injil, Luke 23:46 - "Jesus called out with a
loud voice, 'Father,
into your hands I
commit my spirit.' "
c. 1000 BC - Zabur, Psalm 34:20 - "He
protects all his
bones, not one of them will be
Injil, John 19:32-33 - "The soldiers therefore
came and broke the legs of the first man who
had been crucified with Jesus, and then
those of the other.  But when they came to
Jesus and found that he was already dead,
they did
not break his legs."
c. 485 BC - Sahaif, Zechariah 12:10 - "And I
will pour out on the house of David and the
inhabitants of Jerusalem a spirit of grace and
supplication.  They will look on me, the
they have pierced
Injil, John 19:34 - "Instead, one of the soldiers
pierced Jesus' side with a spear, bringing a
sudden flow of blood and water."
c. 1000 BC - Zabur, Psalm 45:6, 8 - "Your
throne, O God, will last for ever and ever; a
scepter of justice will be the scepter of your
kingdom....All your robes are fragrant with
myrrh and aloes and cassia."
Injil, John 19:39 - "He was accompanied by
Nicodemus, the man who earlier had visited
Jesus at night.  Nicodemus brought a mixture
myrrh and aloes, about seventy-five
pounds.  Taking Jesus' body, the two of them
wrapped it with the spices, in strips of linen."
c. 700 BC - Sahaif, Isaiah 53:9 - "He
was…with the
rich in his death, though he
had done no violence, nor was any deceit in
his mouth."
Injil, Matthew 27:57-60  - "As evening
approached, there came a
rich man from
Arimathea, named Joseph, who had himself
become a disciple of Jesus.  Going to Pilate,
he asked for Jesus' body, and Pilate ordered
that it be given to him.  Joseph took the body,
wrapped it in a clean linen cloth, and placed it
in his
own new tomb that he had cut out of
the rock."
c. 700 BC - Sahaif, Hosea 6:2 - "After two
days he will revive us; on the
third day he will
restore us, that we may live in his presence."
Injil, Matthew 27:62-64 - "The next day, the
one after Preparation Day, the chief priests
and the Pharisees went to Pilate.  'Sir,' they
said, 'we remember that while he was still
alive that deceiver said, "
After three days I
will rise again."

Injil, John 19:42– “Because it was the Jewish
day of Preparation and since the tomb was
nearby, they laid Jesus there.  

Injil, Luke 23:55-56 – “…saw the tomb and
how his body was laid in it.  Then they went
home…but they rested on the

Injil, John 20:1,18 – Early on the
first day of
the week
…Mary Magdalene went to the
disciples with the news:  ‘I have seen the
c. 1000 BC - Zabur, Psalm 16:10-11 -
"Because you will
not abandon me to the
grave, nor
will you let your Holy One see
decay.  You have made known to me the path
of life; you will fill me with joy in your presence,
with eternal pleasures at your right hand."
Injil, Matthew 28:5-6 – “The angel said to the
women, ‘Do not be afraid, for I know that you
are looking for Jesus who was
crucified.  He
is not here; he
has risen just as he said.’ “