The following link seems to describe in full detail the 353 Prophecies fulfilled in Yeshua/God coming to earth to be the final and total sacrifice for the universe. Both the Old Testament/First Covenant scripture verse and the New Testament/Second Covenant description of fulfillment are given:

Rabbi Jonathan Cahn (a Messianic Jew) is quite open with his description of those who will receive salvation through faith/trust that Yeshua/Jesus was God and was the final complete sacrifice/redemption of this universe. He states quite succintly: there are two types of believers: Rabbinic Jews and Messianic Jews. That’s it folks.

Messianic Jews believe Jesus/Yeshua was the Messiah who came first as a lamb, as the final sacrifice. All Gentiles who believe in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (which of course includes the Messiah/Mashiach) are supernaturally considered to be grafted onto the Olive Tree which represents Israel. See Romans 11 for further knowledge.

Rabbi Cahn goes on to say very distinctly this neither raises nor lowers the position of the Gentile or Jew. He along with other individuals speaks of this mystery along with some Prophets in God’s book called the Holy Bible such as Isaiah: Isa 65:1 “I revealed myself to those who did not ask for me; I was found by those who did not seek me. To a nation that did not call on my name, I said, ‘Here am I, here am I.’). Passages such as these convey the love of the Three-In-One, yes “One” God for all nations.

Is Israel still God’s chosen people. Of course. See Mal 3:6 “I the LORD do not change. So you, O descendants of Jacob, are not destroyed.

The word “Christian” was not used for many years and the first “church” was not completed until 300 years A.D. All believers in Jesus as the Messiah were Messianic Jews and worshiped in the Synagogue. Just about every section of the Holy Bible is written in Hebrew with a little Aramaic, and Greek here and there.  

Isn’t that interesting? Sorta makes a  “Gentile Christian Messianic Jew”  hesitate in telling a Jew how they should think.