Old Testament vs New Testament

There are many parallels between the two. Here are just a few:

OT. Exodus 3:14 The “I AM” is God
NT. John 8:58 Jesus is the “I AM”

OT. Isaiah 43:15 The “HOLY ONE” is God
NT. Acts 3:14 Jesus is the “HOLY ONE”

OT. Isaiah 45:21 The “ONE SAVIOR” is God
NT. Acts 4:12 Jesus is the “ONE SAVIOR”

OT. Isaiah 44:6 The “KING OF ISRAEL” is God
NT. John 1:49 Jesus is “KING OF ISRAEL”

OT. Genesis. 1:1 The “ONE CREATOR” is God
NT. John 1: 3-10 Jesus is the “ONE CREATOR”

OT. Isaiah 40:11 The “ONE SHEPHERD” is God
NT. John 10:16 Jesus is the “ONE SHEPHERD”

OT. Isaiah 41:14 The “ONE REDEEMER” is God
NT. Luke 1:68 Jesus is the “ONE REDEEMER”

OT. Deuteronomy 10:17 The “LORD OF LORDS” is God
NT. Revelation 19:16 Jesus is “LORD OF LORDS”

OT. Isaiah 44:6 The “FIRST AND THE LAST” is God
NT. Revelation 22:13 Jesus is the “FIRST AND THE LAST”

OT. Isaiah 45:23 “EVERY KNEE MUST BOW” to God
NT. Philippians 2:10 “EVERY KNEE MUST BOW” to Jesus

The Original Version of Proverbs 31

Written in Hebrew, this passage was called “Eisheth Ḥayil.” It is an acrostic poem, which means that the first letter in each line spells a word or a message. In this case, the 22 verses begin with one of the 22 characters the Hebrew alphabet from Aleph, Beth, Gimel, and so on. This made it easy for young people to memorize. There are thirteen such poems in the Bible. The picture below shows the Hebrew text of Proverbs 31, with the alphabetical characters highlighted.