|Fulfilled Literally||Fulfilled Typically|
The Virgin birth of Christ (Matthew 1:23).
A stone of stumbling and a rock of offense (Rom. 9:33; 1Pet.2:8).
Christ's hope and trust in God (Heb.2:13a).
The Son of God and the sons of God
The arrival of Jesus in the area of Zebulun and Naphtali
The birth of Immanuel
(Matt. 1:23; Luke 1:31-33; 2:7,11).
Revival of the Davidic dynasty
(Matt 1:6, 16; Acts 13:23; Rev. 5:5, 22:16).
Water from the wells of salvation
The swallowing up of death
(1 Cor. 15:54).
The gift of tongues as an authenticating sign of God's messengers
(1 Cor. 14:21,21).
Incarnation of Jesus Christ (Matthew 21:42).
Jesus' healing of the physically deaf and blind (Matt.11-5).
Preaching of John the Baptist
(Matt. 3:3; Mark 1:3; Luke 3:4-6; John 1:23).
Christ at His baptism (Matt. 3:16,17) and transfiguration Matt.17:5) and His general demeanor throughout His first advent
Christ extended the benefits of the New Covenant to the church
(Hebrew 8:6, 10-12).
Jesus healed physical blindness and provided liberty for the spiritual captives
(Matthew 11:5; Luke 4:18).
Jesus removes spiritual darkness at His first coming (Matthew 4:16).
Jesus beaten and spat upon
(Matthew 26:67; Mark 14:64; Luke 22:63; John 18:22).
Jesus resolutely setting His face to go to Jerusalem
Israel failed to recognize her Messiah (John 12:38).
Jesus healed sick people as a symbol of His bearing of sin (Matthew. 8:16,17).
Philip identifies Jesus as the one whom the prophet wrote
Jesus remained silent at all phases of His trial (Matthew 26:63; 27:12-14; Mark 14:61; 15:5; Luke 23:9; John 19:9; 1 Peter 2:23).
Jesus was the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world
(John 1:29; 1 Peter 1:18-19; Revelation 5:6).
Jesus was completely innocent of all charges against Him
(1 Peter 2:22).
Jesus saw the need to be crucified between two criminals
Jesus saw those who came to Him at His first advent as taught by God (John 6:45).
Chris's resurrection was prerequisite to His some day occupying David's throne on earth
Jesus saw His first-advent ministry as a spiritual counterpart of His second-advent deliverance of Israel (Luke 4:18,19).
Jesus fulfilled the call to the daughter of Zion in His
Triumphal Entry (Matthew 21:5).
Source: The MacArthur Study Bible p.965
Artilcles related to Isaiah include:
Isaiah 7:14 - A virgin birth
Isaiah 9:6 - Unto us a child is born:
Isaiah 43:11 - The Lord is the only saviour:
Isaiah - 53 He was pierced for our transgressions:
Isaiah is spoken about in the New Testament more than any other prophet.
The MacArthur Study Bible p.965