T'hillim / Psalm 72:17 says "May his (King Solomon's) name be forever; before the sun, his name will be magnified, and [people] will bless themselves with him; all nations will praise him."
The supposed prophetic fulfillment says that "Yinon" (never a name used for Jesus in the Christian bible) will produce offspring.
When did Jesus have children (produce offspring)?
Does the verse say anything about producing offspring (having children)?
Where is a mention made about belief in anyone’s name?
Nowhere. The passage says his (Solomon's) name will be magnified -- it says nothing of anyone "believing" in him.
After his death Jesus was worshiped by many nations -- but certainly this was not the case in his lifetime. King Solomon was praised in his lifetime and honored by many nations (indeed he had 1000 wives and concubines, most political wives from various nations with whom he had made peace).
We are told in the very first line of this psalm that it is about King Solomon.
T'hillim / Psalm 72:1: "Concerning Solomon. O G-d, give Your judgments to a king and Your righteousness to a king's son."
What about the claim that "His name, Yinon"?
ינון / yinon in this passage is saying that Solomon's name will be magnified (this is what ינון / yinon means). Rashi, a great T'nach commentator, wrote that ינון / yinon is "an expression of kingdom and dominion, as (Prov. 29:21): “he will ultimately be a ruler (מנון) ; (Gen. 21:23),” and to my son (ולניני) , “ who rules over my property after me; (below 74:8),” They said in their heart, their rulers (נינם) together" ; their kings together."
So, mistranslation folks. ינון / yinon is not a name -- it simply speaking of having a kingdom (which Jesus never did have in his lifetime -- but Solomon DID). John 1:12 and 13 are totally non-applicable.
These are the words of King David on his deathbed. He writes a psalm. . . a poem. . . a prayer on behalf of his beloved son, and heir, Solomon. David is speaking of Solomon's reign as the king of Israel who will follow him.