Comment: I hold to this:

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I hold to this:

The fact that none of Jesus Christ's bones as was the custom to hasten death is in accordance with the command that the passover lamb's bones were not to be broken.

The Messiah is the lamb of God that takes away the sin of the world.

The Old Testament Passover lamb was a foreshadowing of the coming of the Messiah. Jesus Christ was crucified at the time in which the High Priest slaughtered the reciprical passover lamb.

The words from the website you linked: "This is certainly an inspiring verse of Scripture, but you would have to be a fool to take it as a prophecy of the Messiah."

A foolish words.

Are the prophecies of Nostradamus 100% accurate? The Bible is 100% accurate. The fact that no date is given is not important to the fact that a single man fulfilled 8 prophecies as well as all of the Suffering Servant Messianic prophecies. The fullfillment of just 8 prophecies alone is stated in the terms of 1 in 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 .

Your link further debunks Matthew 2:23. However, I hold to this:

It is the failing of the "Pastor" who is debunking Bible prophecies to be well studied and to understand that the stating that the Messiah would come thru the line of Jesse pointed to Nazareth.

I can go thru the site systematically and refute each of the points with references, but before I do that I would ask that you go thru the site I gave you and personally debunk with references each prophecy. I have provided the information requested of me to tell you the single thing (outside of my own experience) which tells me the Bible is the divinely inspired Word of God.