The Messianic Line of David & Solomon – Rabbi Michael Skobac

Join as we continue our study through 365 messianic prophecies from the Tanakh that Christians claim Jesus fulfilled!

47. Ruth 4:4-9…Christ, our kinsman, has redeemed us…Ephesians 1:3-7
48. 1 Samuel 2:10…Shall be an anointed King to the Lord…Matthew 28:18; John 12:15
49. 2 Samuel 7:12…David’s Seed…Matthew 1:1
50. 2 Samuel 7:14a…The Son of God… Luke 1:32
51. 2 Samuel 7:16…David’s house established forever…Luke 3:31; Rev. 22:16
52. 2 Samuel 23:2-4…would be the “Rock”…1 Corinthians 10:4
53. 2 Samuel 23:2-4…would be as the “light of the morning”…Revelation 22:16
54. 2 Kings 2:11…The bodily ascension to heaven illustrated…Luke 24:51
55. 1 Chronicles 17:11…David’s Seed…Matthew 1:1; 9:27
56. 1 Chronicles 17:12, 13a…To reign on David’s throne forever…Luke 1:32, 33
57. 1 Chronicles 17:13a…”I will be His Father, He…my Son.”…Hebrews 1:5
58. Job 19:23-27…The Resurrection predicted…John 5:24-29

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  1. Joann Waldon says

    Another great episode! :–)

  2. ryan says

    Hey Jono! On the last installment of this series towards the end Rabbi Skobac was talking about the “eye for a eye” and sins that have a death sentence attached to them. He was saying something about it doesn’t really mean someone should be executed unless there is no doubt that that person is guilty and how they would seldom carry out the penalties like an eye for an eye because it would be unfair in alot of cases. You guys should do a show about that. I would love to hear a topic like that covered extensively 🙂 Also these teachings are great as is all the stuff you do with all your guest like Tovia,Yoel,Nehemia..etc Your are a blessed man and your a blessing to all who listen! May YeHoVaH blessed be His name, continue to bless you abundantly! Shalom my friend

  3. Aaron Kavli says

    As I was discussing why I believe Jesus was a false prophet–in this case the statement that he’d come into his kingdom before those who were gathered around had died–it occurred to me to wonder about the prophets in Tanahk. I too grew skeptical of the Christian claim (that I myself once believed) that the remaining prophecies would be fulfilled at a later date, for who couldn’t then make the same claim? Is the same issue true of the Hebrew prophets, where some have been fulfilled but many have yet not been? When we point to prophecies of the end times / later days / fiery day of YHVH, are we not also simply taking it on faith that those things will happen?

    Thanks again for this work,

    Aaron Kavli

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