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Saturday, March 20, 2010

The New Testament Edifies the Old Testament Scriptures

I have heard mention from Bible teachers and others that ___ percentage of the New Testament is quotes from the Old Testament. I find this fascinating coming from a church that always taught me everything in NT was new and the Old Testament was basically the history of the Jews. Having spent the last few years intensively studying the Old Testament, its context and coming to understand how very relevant it IS to those who follow Yahshua...I found this topic the next step in my studies. This will be an ongoing study which I expect (like all my studies of the Scriptures) will result in many wonderful (and frustrating) bunny trails of truth. Here are few highlights, which I thought were worth sharing.


  1. Understanding why there are so many different variations of exactly how many references there are from the OT in the NT.
  2. Understanding that the context of the OT and NT is ONE.
  3. Understanding that Yahshua is ONE with the OT Scriptures.
  4. Understanding that the Disciples/Apostles were trying to "figure out" how to accept Gentiles into their community, but doing it while keeping the OT Scriptures.
  5. Understanding Yahshua's Words in context of the OT and culture.
  6. Understanding patterns in the Bible.
  7. A Listing of several (but only a portion) of OT references in the NT.
** A side note about terms used. Personally, I much prefer the Hebrew terms for things in Scripture as I learn them, because when I adopt a Hebrew term it always comes after a greater understanding of that word from a Hebrew perspective closer to its original context, which has become a very important aspect to my walk with YHVH. Some examples are:

YHVH for God
Yahshua for Jesus
Brit Ha Desha for New Testament
Ruach Ha Kodesh for Holy Spirit
Tanach for Old Testament
Talmudin for Disciples/Apostles
Goyim for Gentiles
Hebrew for Jews
Israel for all those who follow YHVH's ways.

There are many more...but I am going to use the terms most common to the Christian church in this article (with one exception: Yahshua for Jesus and YHVH for God), because I don't want there to be distraction from the topics at hand because of unfamiliar terminology that has become my preference. I am hoping that those of you who have also developed preferences for the original Hebrew words to accept my decision to do this.

Having said that, grab a cup of tea/coffee and join me for a study that will be long, but only scratches the surface on the many topics listed above.

1. Understanding why their are so many different variations of exactly how many references there are from the OT in the NT.

When I started investigating this"magic number" of OT references in the NT. I came across different numbers from different people. As I looked closer, I learned that there were many factors as to what counts as an "Old Testament Reference". For example there are conservative reckoning of 295 references. These verses appear in 352 verses or may be said that one verse in every 22.5 in the NT is an OT reference. (And this is going off the most basic and conservative number.) If we limit ourselves to plain and obvious references to the OT, we could count 278 OT verses sited in the NT: 94 from the Pentateuch, 99 from the Prophets, 85 from the Writings. This will be similar to the list I give you at the end of this post which is derived from a collection of essays in a book called Revelation and the Bible, Contemporary Evangelical Thought, ed Carl F.H. Henry (Grand Rapids: BakerBook House 1958) pp.137-151 this essay from Roger Nicole This is also the source for many of the stats I am sharing with you today.




  • There are exact quotes; which are either word for word or very close. Likely the slight variance comes from slight translation differences. These are easy for anyone who is looking to spot the OT Scripture in the NT who has a well read knowledge of the OT.

  • There are references made with partial phrases. They are much harder to identify for the average reader. Those who are scholars in Hebrew language and culture and the writing in the OT can spot well over the amount listed above. The NT documents were written by and to people who were steeped in Jewish Culture and raised in the OT Scriptures and traditions of Judaism in that era. This is something the main stream Bible reader today is far removed from. (self included!) C.H. Toy lists 613 instances and Wilhelm Dittmer goes as high as 1640, while Eugen Huehn indicates 4105 passages in the NT related to the OT. (Someday, I plan to study these men's work more thoroughly..)
2.. Understanding the context of the OT and NT as ONE.

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3. Understanding that Yahshua is ONE with the OT Scriptures.

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4. Understanding that the Disciples/Apostles were trying to figure out how to accept the "gentiles" into their community, but doing it while keeping the OT Scriptures.

There are as many different views of the importance, the function and the validity of the NT Scriptures as there are of the Old. The scope of that topic is way beyond the boundaries of this article. However, there were a few things I learned several years ago, that were very helpful for me to start this journey of understanding the context of the Scriptures. It used to be that the Bible was a big book of things that appeared to contradict itself. I was blessed with the gift of faith...but when it came to understanding the Scriptures, I could not do it beyond a little nugget of wisdom here and a revelation there accompanied by several disjointed studies (which I got a lot from mind you), but had no bearing on a "big picture" of God's plan. All I understood about the big picture were the sound bites I was fed: 1. Jesus died for my sins 2. I was saved by grace 3. God created the world in 6 days. 4. If people aren't saved they are going to hell. That is a mighty small box to put YHVH and His amazing plan into! When the Holy Spirit opened my eyes to this basic understanding of the order of books of the Bible...it was a very slow beginning to realizing that context really matters and that YHVH has a story to tell. This story starts in Genesis and ends in Revelation. This story builds on itself and is related all the way through from the beginning to the end. I realized if it didn't make sense to me...it was because I didn't understand something, not because it couldn't be explained. I realized that my ignorance and disjointed understanding left me wide open to false doctrine and the more I studied the more I realized my practices did not match those which my Savior taught. I realized, I was not alone in this...in fact, that I was like everyone else...walking around with a twisted understanding of YHVH, Yahshua and His plan.

Basic outline of the books of the Bible and their purpose in telling us YHVH's story:

The First 5 Books: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Number, Deuteronomy - This is the foundation of our faith; Otherwise known as Torah or poorly translated "law". It lets us know how it all began and how we are suppose to live. It shows us who YHVH is and what He wants from us. It tells us how to please Him; How to Worship Him; How to be set apart from others for Him; How to serve Him; How to live with each other; How to be stewards of the world He created; It shows us our roles as individuals and collectively. It shows us YHVH's mercy and grace time and time again. It shows us Salvation. It shows us how to discern prophets and tell if they are false. It shows us who YHVH's people are. It shows us relationship with YHVH and redemption. It shows us judgement and sovereignty. It shows us Creation and YHVH's calendar. It declares His Appointed Times for His people which eventually reveal His whole plan for mankind from start to final judgement. It reveals the character of YHVH. It shows us order and purpose. In a nut shell, it shows us what is important to YHVH.

The Writings: (Joshua, Judges, Ruth, Samuel 1&2, 1&2 Kings, 1&2 Chronicles, Esther, Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon, Lamentations ) Is an eclectic collection of books with different purposes, but all glorify YHVH and Torah. All have lessons and foreshadow Messiah. Some are Historical books, which weave Israel's history together. What a blessing to have the documentation for us to show unbelievers that this isn't a fairy tale! There are object lessons and parallels of mistakes we still make to day acted out in these books. There are stories of YHVH's mercy and grace and shows us that FAITH is what please Him first and foremost. There is wisdom and worship and many examples of "real people" missing the mark. We see the Torah come and go from Israels' midst because their faith waivers as we also see the blessing with it. We see the Holy Spirit and we see worship from imperfect men. We see the fruits of the seeds which they sow -- both good and bad. We see romance, passion and war in all their glory. We see YHVH!

The Prophets: (the rest of the OT books) The Prophets are specific messages to both the "gentiles" and the "Jew" in different instances from YHVH. Very important lessons, and warnings reveal truths about YHVH's and what is acceptable to Him; they reveal parts of His plan past, present and future. He may tweak things here in there for our sake...but HE does not change. The prophets tell of Yahshua and what He must to do to "qualify" as Savior, so we are not deceived by a false prophet. They are beacons of light shining YHVH's truth into darkness. They show YHVH's heart for Mercy and Grace at the time they show that He is Holy and has standards that can not be denied. They call for His people to turn their hearts back to His Torah.

The Gospels: The Gospels are three witnesses (only two are required by YHVH as He states in the Torah/Law) that Yahshua is indeed the Savior (Messiah). The gospels give us glimpse into Yahshua's ministry. It shows us how he was born, how he lived and how he ultimatly gave his life for us willingly. It shows us the character of Yahshua; Mercy, Grace and redemption; Who YHVH's people are; YHVH's faithfulness; It shows us what is important to YHVH. It shows us how live the Torah/Law properly. Yahshua edifies the Torah and YHVH without question. When we read the gospels without the foundation of the First 5 Books, we fail to see the significance of how he lives. We apply our own take on things, our 21st century American perspective which is far removed from the ACTUAL perspective in context. When the gospels where recorded, they were not to stand alone...the were 3/4 way through a pre-existing story! Very Important... YES! Stand alone...no.

Acts and The Letters: The letters written mostly by Paul, but others by believers that actually walked side by side with Yahshua give testimony or what it was like just after Yahshua returned ot the YHVH. These books make up the most of the NT and are accounts of Israel figuring out how to better walk the Torah out, how to walk in this new revelation that Yahshua has preached, and how to live with one another. How to accept outsiders that were flooding in in number that they were no accustomed to and train them up in their ways. How to do this without mixing cultures in a bad way. How to deal with persecution from religious leaders who had gotten far from the original teachings..; the very ones that Yahshua rebuked. They were trying to figure out how to organize and create accountability and leadership. They were trying to figure out how to share the Good News. These letters were usually responses to problems that had arisen with the people, disputes that needed to be settled and yes...there were words of encouragement and edifying of one another whom were serving tirelessly. But these were real people...dealing with common issues. They used the OT to measure things against and make decisions about things as they contemplate Yahshua's example of how to live it right. The tricky part is that we only know a fraction of the context and story around each letter. The answering letters have questions and circumstances we can only guess about from the response letter we have. They are commentary and correspondence between men who were trying to figure things out. It is very clear that while they were intended to be shared in the local region...the authors were dealing with contemporary issues of their day. The penned these letters in that very context. Had they thought these letters would be in millions of homes, churches and hotels across the world 2000 years later- I am confident they would have penned things differently. Are they still valuable? YES! Can we learn from them? Without a doubt! However we must understand their purpose and "weight" when we study them and apply the principles in them with great discernment of their context.

Revelation: In order to understand revelation (and I use the word "understand" loosely), we must get a grip on the concept that everything in YHVH's Creation is cyclical. You will see this when you start to train your mind to think like a true Hebrew (in other words act like His child and get trained by The Father) and see the "patterns" as you study YHVH's Word without the veil of the doctrines of man. You will start to see the patterns He has laid out EVERYWHERE that glorify His name, His sovereignty and His plan. Understanding the Torah is the second place to start (after Faith is established in the first place!) is how we see what is happening in Revelation. Just like the cyclical patterns YHVH has laid out in nature, He has also done this in His Word. Neither the world nor the Bible end in Revelation. Rather, they go back to the beginning - the new creation, to Genesis - The Begining. (Hows that for a "revelation"?)


All of Scripture is living. We say it all the time: "the Living Word" Do we have an inkling as to the magnitude of truth in that statement???? All of themes and lessons connected to the events in YHVH's Scripture happened, is happening and will happen again until the heavens and the earth pass away. Most of us fail to see that the "theme" of Revelation acted itself out in the History of the "Earliest Church" (say the first hundred years after its penning) and it continues to in different (but similar) ways even today....but the final fulfilment ("to the letter if you will") will take place when Yahshua returns in the flesh a second time to establish His Millennial Reign before the Last Great Day. Scripture says...there will be no mistake...we will all know when that happens!


Roger Nicole writes the following about understanding the context of the NT writings:

"The New Testament writers used quotations in their sermons, in their histories, in their letters, in their prayers. They used them when addressing Jews or Gentiles, churches or individuals, friends or antagonists, new converts or seasoned Christians. They used them for argumentation, for illustration, for instruction, for documentation, for prophecy, for reproof. They used them in times of stress and in hours of mature thinking, in liberty and in prison, at home and abroad. Everywhere and always they were ready to refer to the impregnable authority of Scripture.

Jesus Christ himself provides a most arresting example in this respect. At the very threshold of his public ministry, our Lord, in his dramatic victory over Satan’s threefold onslaught, rested his whole defense on the authority of three passages of Scripture. He quoted the Old Testament in support of his teaching to the crowds; he quoted it in his discussions with antagonistic Jews; he quoted it in answer to questions both captious and sincere; he quoted it in instructing the disciples who would have readily accepted his teaching on his own authority; he referred to it in his prayers, when alone in the presence of the Father; he quoted it on the cross, when his sufferings could easily have drawn his attention elsewhere; he quoted it in his resurrection glory, when any limitation, real or alleged, of the days of his flesh was clearly superseded. Whatever may be the differences between the pictures of Jesus drawn by the four Gospels, they certainly
agree in their representation of our Lord’s attitude toward the Old Testament: one of constant use and of unquestioning endorsement of its authority."

This quote also helps us to see...the early Yahshua and His disciples and apostles lived according to the OT, they were not looking to found a new religion...they were helping us get back to walking in YHVH's ways and trying to steer us away from doctrines of man and foreign ways which were an abomination to YHVH. This precious gift we have in the Bible reveals YHVH all the way through it. If we love Him, we will search through it to know Him better and like He Himself says, We will follow His commands.

The Bereans of the NT were wise to test all they heard against the Scriptures (OT), like the Scriptures taught them to. (2Tim 2:15, Prov 25:2, Acts 17:11) We too should do the same, as should our teachers and churches today - but we must first understand the Scriptures which are set in place to be our ruler or bench mark and our map. (Not man!) Now, I am not writing this article to pew warmers who want a tidy little "faith" spoon fed to them...because this word is for those who earnestly seek the truth in the truth of the Scriptures because they yearn to know and serve their LORD - no matter the cost. Pride, laziness, fear, unclear doctrine and misunderstanding context are the our greatest enemies to misinterpreting the Scriptures. We must meet those enemies head on with a fierce and righteous anger and pray that the Holy Spirit guide us past those things so that we may truly walk in the light!

5. Understanding Yahshua's words in context of the OT Scripture and culture in which He spoke.
There a few basic things we must remember:


  • Yahshua was a Jew, raised by Jews in a Jewish Culture. He ate Kosher. He kept the Sabbath. He kept the Feasts of YHVH. He went to Synagogue. He was Humble and worked with His hands. He kept the Torah/Law. He prayed and walked relationship with YHVH and knew the Scriptures inside out. He lived The Word. He was compassionate. He was a servant. He was passionate and zealous. He wanted only the will of The Father. He was faithful to the end. WWJD? These things...for starters
  • Whenever Yahshua or anyone in the NT talked about "The Scriptures" or "The Word" they were referring to the Old Testament. Think of that as you read. The NT did not yet exist. They still loved the OT, they used it as their precepts for living. They were not replacing the old. To help you see this, I have highlighted those specific Scriptures of "Yahshua's Words in Red" below, so that you may begin to search that out for yourself. Keep in mind, my list below is not complete.
  • Most of the profound Words of Yahshua that are cornerstones of the Christian faith, were in fact Quotes and references from the OLD Testament. He did not come to start a new religion. He came to point us back to the pure ways of the Father. To be an example and to open the door for more people to see the truth (YHVH). To repent and return to HIM. That message is as relevant to the Christian church today, as it is to Judiasm. (Those who have ears let them hear.)
  • Another thing I noticed; some of the quotes Yahshua used from the OT didn't make sense to me at all. They were "call backs" to Scripture that people of the day would understand..but they were foriegn to my modern day American ears, because I did not understand the OT enough to know that was what He was talking about. Nore did I understand the context. The more we learn about these things, the more we more clearly understand the refernces Yahshua uses...We become "insiders" to the inside refernces, instead of the "outsiders" who only get bits and pieces of what is going on...Finally we are learning to speak YHVH/Yahshua's Language! Halleluyah!

    6. Understanding patterns in the Bible

A very wise teacher (Tom Bradford, http://www.torahclass.com/ ) has taught us many things, but one things that was very intremental to us seeing connections between the Old and New Testament (among SO MANY other connections in Scripture) is to learn to watch for patterns in the Bible. YHVH has put many patterns in place for those who study His Scriptures as ONE book. These patterns reaveal and confirm the Character of YHVH and Yahshua as well as His plan for His Creation in a very concrete way. Once you start seeing these patterns through Scripture, you can also start to recognize translation errors in the English renditions that cloud our understanding and are often the fuel for division in the Body.

When you see something in Scripture and say to yourself, "Well.. such and such doesn't add up to my understanding." We are forced to do one or two of these things:

A. Brush it under the rug. (no longer an option in our home...we did that for way too long!) We have learned how to get to the root of things, and will no longer except ignorance when the Spirit is trying to show us something.

B. Search out the root of the problem. This means reading things in context; word studies of the original known language; doing some history research of Biblcal culture as well as the source of my understanding that does not match Scripture.

C. Adjust our understanding to what the Scriptures are actually saying! (See -Romans 12:2)(Not a painless process, I assure you, but one that is so necessary.) If we truly follow Yahshua and truly are obediant children of YHVH, we must adjust our thoughts, ways and heart to that of HIS. We must allow Him to transform us into His likeness...because even though man has tried for centuries, YHVH will NOT be transformed into our likeness. We may be fooled to think that He is a politically correct God...but He will undoubtedly have the last WORD!

7. A list of several OT references in the NT.

I understand that the list below is a bit overwhelming for the typical blog post, but if you are looking for a study, use the email feature below the post and come back to it and dig in some time. It is amazing-- the things that YHVH will show you through it!

Isaiah 7:14 .............. Matt 1:23
Micah 5:2.................Matt 2:6
Hosea 11:1................Matt 2:15
Jer 38:15..................Matt 2:28
Isaiah 40:3-5...........Matt 3:3, Mark 1:3, Luke 3:4-6, John 1;23
Deut 8:3....................Matt 4:4, Luke 4:4
Psalms 90:11,12.......Matt4:6, Luke 4:10-11
Duet 6:16..................Matt 4:7, Luke 4:12
Duet 6:13..................Matt 4:10
Isaiah 9:1,2............. Matt 4:15, 16
Isaiah 53:4..............Matt 8:17
Hosea 6:7.................Matt 9:13
Micah 7:6.................Matt 10:35, 36
Malachi 3:1..............Matt 11:10, Mark 1:2, Luke 7:27
Isaiah 42:1-4...........Matt 12:18-21
Isaiah 6:9, 10.........Matt 13:14, 15, Mark 4:12, Luke 8:10, John 12:40, Acts 28:26, 27
Psalms 77:21..............Matt 12:35
Exodus 20:12, Duet 5:16.............Matt 15:4, Mark 7:10, Ephesians 6:2,3
Exodus 21:16.............Matt 15:4, Mark 7:10
Isaiah 29:13..............Matt 15: 8,9, Mark 6,7
Duet 19:15.............Matt 18:16, 2 Corinth 13:1
Genesis 2:24.............Matt 19:5, Mark 10:7-8
Zachariah 9:9...............Matt 21:5, John 12:15
Psalms 117:26.................Matt 21:9, Luke 13:35, Luke 19: 38, John 12:13
Isaiah 56:7, Jeremiah 7:11............Matt 21:13
Psalms 8:2...............Matt 21:16
Psalms 117:22,23 .........Matt 21:42, Mark 12:10,11, Luke 20:17, Acts 4:11, 1 Peter 2:7
Duet 25:5...............Matt 22:24
Exodus 3:6............Matt 22:32, Mark 12:26, Acts 7:32
Duet 6:5, Duet 10:12, Duet 30:6...............Matt 22:37, Mark 12:30, Luke 10:27
Levitcus 19:18............Matt 22:39, Mark 12:31, Romans 13:9, Gal 5:14, James 2:8
Psalms 109:1.........Matt 22:44, Mark 12:36, Luke 20:42,43, Acts 2:34-35, Heb 1:13
Zachariah 13:7.................Matt 26:31, Mark 14:27
Zachariah 11:12..............Matt 27:9
Psalms 21:18...................Matt 27:35, John 19:24
Psalms 21:1..................Matthew 27:46, Mark 15:34
Isaiah 66:24................Mark 9:44
Genesis 1:27.................Mark 10:6
Duet 6:4.....................Mark 12:29
Isaiah 53:12..............Mark 15:28, Luke 22:37
Malachi 4:6..............Luke 1:17
Exodus 13:2.............Luke 2:23
Leviticus 12:8...........Luke 2:24
Isaiah 61:1,2.............Luke 4:18,19
Hosea 10:8.................Luke 23:30
Psalms 68:9................John 2:17, Romans 15:3
Isaiah 54:13...............John 6:45
Psalms 81:6...............John 10:34
Isaiah 53:1...............John 12:38, Romans 10:16
Psalms 40:9..............John 13:18
Psalms 68:4.............John 15:25
Psalms 33:20, Exodus 12:46...............John 19:37
Psalms 68:25.................Acts 1:20
Joel 2:28-32.............Acts 2:17-20, Romans 10:13
Psalms 15:8-11..........Acts 2:25-28, Acts 13:35
Duet 18:15, Duet 18:18-19..............Acts 3:22-23, Acts 7:37
Gen 22:18, Gen 26:4, Gen 28:14............Acts 3:25, Galations 3:8
Psalms 2:1-2...............Acts 4:25
Gen 12:1..............Acts 7:3
Gen 15:14, Exodus 3:12.............Acts 7:7
Exodus 2:14..........Acts 7:27,28
Exodus 3:5.............Acts 7:33
Exodus 32:1, Exodus 32:23............Acts 7:40
Amos 5:25-27..............Acts 7:42, 43
Isaiah 66: 1,2............Acts 7:49,50
Isaiah 53:7,8.............Acts 8:32,33
1 Samuel 13:14, Psalms 88:20..........Acts 13:22
Psalms 2:7..........Acts 13:33, Hebrews 1:5, Hebrews 5:5
Isaiah 55:3........Acts 13:34
Habakkuk 1:5.............Acts 13:41
Isaiah 42:6, Isaiah 49:6 .................Acts 13:4
Amos 9:11,12..............Acts 15:16,17
Exodus 22:28...............Acts 23:5
Psalms 61:2, Proverbs 24:12.................Romans 2:6
Isaiah 52:5........Romans 2:24
Psalms 50:4............Romans 3:4
Psalms 13:1-3, Psalms 5:10, Psalms 139:4, Psalms 9:28, Psalms 35:2, Isaiah 59:7-8.....................Romans 3:10-18
Genesis 15:6.....................Romans 4:3, Romans 4:22, Galatians 3:6, James 2:23
Psalms 31:1,2 ............Romans 4:7,8
Genesis 17:5..............Romans 4:17
Genesis 15:5............Romans 4:18
Psalms 43:22...........Romans 8:36
Genesis 21:12...........Romans 9:7, Hebrews 11:18
Genesis 18:10, Genesis 18:14.............Romans 9:12
Malachi 1:2,3................Romans 9:13
Exodus 33:19...........Romans 9:15
Exodus 9:16............Romans 9:17
Isaiah 29:16, Isaiah 45:9..............Romans 9:20
Hosea 2:23, Hosea 1:10..........Romans 9:25, 26
Isaiah 10:22,23..............Romans 9: 27,28
Isaiah 1:9...........Romans 9:29
Isaiah 8:14, Isaiah 28:16.......Romans 9:33, Romans 10:11, 1 Peter 2:6, 1 Peter 2:8
Leviticus 18:5.............Romans 10:5, Galatians 3:12
Duet 30:12-14.............Romans 10: 6-8
Isaiah 52:7...............Romans 10:15
Psalms 18:4.................Romans 10:18
Duet 32:21............Romans 10:19
Isaiah 65:1...............Romans 10:20
Isaiah 65:2..............Romans 10:21
1 Kings 19:10, I Kings 19:14................Romans 11:3
1 Kings 19:18...........Romans 11:4
Deut 29:3,4.............Romans 11:8
Psalms 68:22,23...............Romans 11:9
Isaiah 59:20,21..................Romans 11:26,27
Isaiah 40:13,14..............Romans 11:34,35, 1 Corinthians 2:16
Deut 32:35.............Romans 12:19, Hebrew 10:30
Proverbs 25:21,22..............Romans 12:20
Isaiah 45:23,24, Isaiah 49:18.....................Romans 14:11
Psalms 17:49, 2 Samuel 22:50................Romans 15:9
Deut 32:43.........Romans 15:10, Hebrews 1:6
Psalms 116:1........Romans 15:11
Isaiah 11:10...........Romans 15:12
Isaiah 52:15...........Romans 15:21
Isaiah 29:14..........1 Corinthians 1:19
Jeremiah 9:24...........1 Corinthians 1:31
Job 5:13............1 Corinthians 3:19
Psalms 93:11............. 1 Corinthians 5:13
Duet 25:4............1 Corinthians 9:9, 1 Timothy 5:18
Exodus 32:6..............1 Corinthians 10:7
Psalms 23:1, Dueteronomy 10:14............1 Corinthians 10:26, 1 Corinthians 10:28
Isaiah 28:11,12........1 Corinthians 14:21, Hebrews 2:6-8
Genesis 2:7.........1 Corinthians 15:45
Isaiah 25:8.............1 Corinthians 15:54
Hosea 13:14..........1 Corinthians 15:55
Psalms 115:1...........2 Corinthians 4:13
Isaiah 49:8...........2 Corinthians 6:2
Exodus 29:45, Leviticus 26:12, Jer 37:22, Jer 38:1, Jer 39:38, Zech 8:8, Ezekiel 36:28, Exekiel 37:23, Ezekiel 37:27 ..............2 Corinthians 6:16
Isaiah 52:11, Jer 23:3, Jer 38:9...............2 Corinthians 6:17,18
Exodus 16:18............2 Corinthians 8:15
Psalms 111:9...................2 Corithians 9:9
Deut 27:26................Galatians 3:10
Hab 2:3,4.............Galatians 3:11,Hebrews 10:37,38
Deut 21:23............Galatians 4:27
Genesis 21:10..........Galatians 4:30
Psalms 67:18...........Ephesians 4:8
Zechariah 8:16..........Ephesians 4:25
Psalms 4:4..............Ephesians 4:26
Isaiah 60:1..............Ephesians 5:14
Isaiah 45:23...........Philippians 2:10-11
Psalms 2:7, 2 Samuel 7:14.............Hebrews 1:5
Psalms 103:4...........Hebrews 1:7
Psalms 44:6,7.......Hebrews 1:8,9
Psalms 101: 25-28.............Hebrews 1:10-12
Psalms 21:22............Hebrews 2:12
2 Samuel 22:3, Isaiah 8:17,18.............Hebrew 2:13
Psalms 94:7-11..............Hebrews 3:7-11, Hebrews 3:15, Hebrews 4:3, Hwbrews 4:5, Hebrew 4:7
Genesis 2:2............Hebrew 4:4
Psalms 109:4..............Hebrews 5:6, Hebrews 5:10, Hebrews 7:17, Hebrews 7:21
Genesis 22:17...........Hebrewsa 6:14
Exodus 25:40..........Hebrews 8:5
Jer 38:31-34........Hebrews 8:8-12, Hebrews 10:16,17
Exodus 24:8...........Hebrews 9:19-20
Psalms 39:6-8...........Hebrews 10:5-7, Hebrews 10:8,9
Duet 32:36.........Hebrews 10:8,9
Genesis 5:24............Hebrews 11:5
Proverbs 3:11,12............Hebrews 12:5,6
Isaiah 35:3...............Hebrews 12:12
Exodus 19:13............Hebrews 12:20
Duet 9:19............Hebrews 12:21
Haggai 2:7......Hebrews 12:26
Deut 4:24..........Hebrews 12:29
Duet 31:6, Duet 31:8, Joshua 1:5............Hebrews 13:5
Psalms 26:1, Psalms 117:6.............Hebrews 13:6
Proverbs 3:34...........James 4:6, 1 Peter 5:5
Leviticus 11:44,45, Leviticus 19:2, Leviticus 20:7.............1 Peter 1:16
Isaiah 40: 6-8..........1 Peter 1:24,25
Isaiah 53:9...........1 Peter 2:22
Isaiah 53:5..........1 Peter 2:24
Psalms 33:12-16.............1 Peter 3:10-12
Isaiah 8:12.............1 Peter 3:14
Proverbs 10:12.............1 Peter 4:8
Proverbs 11:31.............1 Peter 4:18
Psalms 54:22..............1 Peter 5:7
Proverbs 26:11...........2 Peter 2:22
Zech 3:23..........Jude 9
Isaiah 41:4, Isaiah 44:6............Rev 1:17
Jer 17:10..........Rev 2:23
Psalms 2:9............Rev 2:27
Isaiah 22:22-24.............Rev 3:7
Isaiah 49:10..........Rev 7:16
Isaiah 60:20,21.........Rev 21:23

3 comments:

The Road Less Traveled said...

I hope you didn't mind but I copy/paste the OT ref of NT and used it as a post on my blog...I did link it with your blog...thanks in advance ;-D

Andi said...

All I can say is wow, and I have been wanting a list like this, for my studies..Blessings to you!

Ahavah-Shim'on said...

Wonderful list - such a blessing... thank you