Haggai was the tenth prophet of The Twelve Prophets and he lived in the sixth century BC. His mission was to motivate the people to finish rebuilding the Second Temple. His Temple Prophecy was later interpreted to refer to Jesus Christ.
David becomes king (2 Samuel 5:1-3)
David settled in Hebron, where he was made king of Israel. He later captured Jerusalem, expanded his kingdom and was promised an everlasting throne.
The Piercing of the Messiah (Zechariah 12:10-14)
Zechariah prophesied that the people of Jerusalem would mourn bitterly over someone they had pierced. In his gospel. St John interpreted this as a reference to the death of Christ.
The First Gospel (Genesis 3:14-19)
The "Protoevangelium" in Genesis 3:14-15 contains a promise that a woman, through her child, would eventually defeat the Devil. This woman was traditionally believed to be the Virgin Mary, through whom Christ came to save the world.
The Suffering Servant (Isaiah 52:13-53:12)
The Song of the Suffering Servant in the Book of Isaiah tells the story of a servant of God who suffers death for the sins of others. It was later interpreted by Jesus himself as referring to his death on the cross.
The Prayer of Habakkuk (Habakkuk 3:1-15)
The Prayer of Habakkuk is a song that describes a grand vision of God, shining forth in glory upon a mountain. The hymn draws upon the story of the Exodus and points forward to the coming of the Messiah.
The Resurrection of the Messiah (Psalm 16:8-11)
According to the Book of Acts, St Peter explained to the crowds that Psalm 16 was a prophecy about the resurrection of the Messiah.