Here is a resource I found today. It's a spreadsheet that lists the OT verses quoted in the NT. These are direct quotes so it doesn't include allusions like we see throughout Revelation and other places. I thought it might be a good resource for those who would want to study something like this.
The original article (found here: scottslayton.net/2017/10/16/read-minor-prophets/) had this to say: When you run across a verse the New Testament writers quote, flip over and see how they used it. What connection did they believe this verse made to the work of Christ? Then draw a line under the verse in its original context and write the New Testament reference out beside it. Then, go to where it is quoted in the New Testament and make a note of where the Old Testament quotation can be found. When you do this, you start making natural connections between the Old and New Testaments and gain a better grasp of how the whole Bible fits together.
Some Bibles will have footnotes that tell you where the quoted verse occurred, so many times I have flipped back using that. However, having a list might be handy. The original article was helpful, too. It talked about reading the minor prophets.
Is 26:3 You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on You, because he trusts in You.
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