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JESUS USED THE SEPTUAGINT -
GREEK VERSION OF OLD TESTAMENT
DEUTEROCANONICAL BOOKS IN THE
NEW TESTAMENT
The REAL Question isn't whether The Catholic
Church used these Books
from the time of Jesus?
The question is whether Jesus used the
Deuterocanonical Books?
Scripture
Matt. 2:16 - Herod's decree of slaying innocent children was prophesied in
Wis. 11:7 - slaying the holy innocents.
Matt. 6:19-20 - Jesus' statement about laying up for yourselves treasure
in heaven follows Sirach 29:11 - lay up your treasure.
Matt.. 7:12 - Jesus' golden rule "do unto others" is the converse of Tobit
4:15 - what you hate, do not do to others.
Matt. 7:16,20 - Jesus' statement "you will know them by their fruits"
follows Sirach 27:6 - the fruit discloses the cultivation.
Matt. 9:36 - the people were "like sheep without a shepherd" is same as
Judith 11:19 - sheep without a shepherd.
Matt. 11:25 - Jesus' description "Lord of heaven and earth" is the same
as Tobit 7:18 - Lord of heaven and earth.
Matt. 12:42 - Jesus refers to the wisdom of Solomon which was recorded
and made part of the deuterocanonical books.
Matt. 16:18 - Jesus' reference to the "power of death" and "gates of
Hades" references Wisdom 16:13.
Matt. 22:25; Mark 12:20; Luke 20:29 - Gospel writers refer to the
canonicity of Tobit 3:8 and 7:11 regarding the seven brothers.
Matt. 24:15 - the "desolating sacrilege" Jesus refers to is also taken from
1 Macc. 1:54 and 2 Macc. 8:17.
Matt. 24:16 - let those "flee to the mountains" is taken from 1 Macc. 2:28.
Matt. 27:43 - if He is God's Son, let God deliver him from His adversaries
follows Wisdom 2:18.
Mark 4:5,16-17 - Jesus' description of seeds falling on rocky ground and
having no root follows Sirach 40:15.
Mark 9:48 - description of hell where their worm does not die and the fire
is not quenched references Judith 16:17.
Luke 1:42 - Elizabeth's declaration of Mary's blessedness above all
women follows Uzziah's declaration in Judith 13:18.
Luke 1:52 - Mary's magnificat addressing the mighty falling from their
thrones and replaced by lowly follows Sirach 10:14.
Luke 2:29 - Simeon's declaration that he is ready to die after seeing the
Child Jesus follows Tobit 11:9.
Luke 13:29 - the Lord's description of men coming from east and west to
rejoice in God follows Baruch 4:37.
Luke 21:24 - Jesus' usage of "fall by the edge of the sword" follows
Sirach 28:18.
Luke 24:4 and Acts 1:10 - Luke's description of the two men in dazzling
apparel reminds us of 2 Macc. 3:26.
John 1:3 - all things were made through Him, the Word, follows Wisdom
9:1.
John 3:13 - who has ascended into heaven but He who descended from
heaven references Baruch 3:29.
John 4:48; Acts 5:12; 15:12; 2 Cor. 12:12 - Jesus', Luke's and Paul's
usage of "signs and wonders" follows Wisdom 8:8.
John 5:18 - Jesus claiming that God is His Father follows Wisdom 2:16.
John 6:35-59 - Jesus' Eucharistic discourse is foreshadowed in Sirach
24:21.
John 10:22 - the identification of the feast of the dedication is taken from
1 Macc. 4:59.
John 10:36 – Jesus accepts the inspiration of Maccabees as He analogizes
the Hanukkah consecration to His own consecration to the Father in 1
Macc. 4:36.
John 15:6 - branches that don't bear fruit and are cut down follows Wis.
4:5 where branches are broken off.
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