The example I posted was precisely from such a list. And as you can see it is absolutely NOT a prophesy of Christ unless you just want to say it is.<quoted text>
Please google prophecies of Jesus. Quickly you will see a long list of scripture that was fulfilled. I'm not sure why you think the examples of these prophecies are so general. They are very specific.
I thought you said you had read the Bible?
I glanced through the rest of the list and didn't see any passages that said "And lo Jesus Christ shall be born"
I'm very familiar with how Bible interpretation goes. You find a passage that has some word or turn of phrase that you can construe into something that would not contradict Christ and you call that a prophesy of Christ. "And so it came to pass that a man called Jo walked the troubled land of Canaan"....see, the "Jo" is just short for Jesus and "Canaan" is an allegory for the whole world, which was troubled...CLEARLY this is prophesy of Christ!!
Yeah, know how that game is played.
Like I said, show me the money.