OT in the NT

A look at Old Testament prophecy with a New Testament lens
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Just as the coming of the Messiah was a fulfillment of numerous ancient prophecies from Hebrew Scripture, so was His life and ministry. For centuries, people had speculated about a prophet or Messiah to come. Again and again, He pointed to places in ancient prophecies that referred to Him, and He demonstrated how He fulfilled them. He showed them what this long-awaited Savior—and God Himself—looked like. For the next six weeks, we'll look at prophecies from the Old Testament and how they were fulfilled in the New—and how they all point to Jesus.

Product Details

  • Binding: Softcover
  • Publisher: Walk Thru the Bible
  • Author/Writer: Walk Thru the Bible
  • Publication Date: June 2018
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 978-1-59834-247-5
  • Retail Price: $14.99
  • Size: 6 x 9 x 0.5
  • Weight: 7 oz.

About the Author



Walk Thru the Bible is a ministry whose mission is to ignite passion for God's Word through innovative live events, inspiring biblical resources, and a global impact that changes lives worldwide. Known for innovative methods and high-quality resources, we serve the whole body of Christ across denominational, cultural, and national lines. We partner with the local church worldwide to fulfill its mission, communicating the truths of God's Word in a way that makes the Bible readily accessible to anyone. Through our strong global network, we are strategically positioned to address the church's greatest need: developing mature, committed, and spiritually reproducing believers.

Our live events and small-group curricula are taught in more than 45 languages by more than 80,000 people in more than 100 countries. More than 100 million devotionals have been packaged into daily magazines, books, and other publications that reach over five million people each year.

Walk Thru the Bible...helping people everywhere live God's Word.



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