The Bible is jam packed with Jesus’ references and prophecies, causing readers to flip back and forth between the New and Old Testaments to get the most out of their study time. But what if you could have 100 of Jesus’ references to the Old Testament side by side with the New Testament scripture?
In this colorful foldout chart, packed with charts, scriptures, and references, you can see 100 times when Jesus used the Old Testament in His teachings–at a glance! With both Old and New Testament references side by side, you can compare Old Testament scriptures with how Christ used them to teach his followers in the New Testament. It’s never been easier to dive deeper into your Bible studies!
Jesus frequently quoted the Old Testament prophets to reveal to his disciples who he was and what would happen in the last days. He referred to Old Testament people such as Noah, David, and the Queen of Sheba and to stories like the manna in the wilderness and Jonah and the great fish. He used words and concepts from the Hebrew Scriptures that His Jewish audience would have been very familiar with.
This pamphlet also includes:
Jesus’ view of the Hebrew Scriptures
The Bible Jesus read
How Christ is the fulfillment of Old Testament promises