Once again the list maker gives us a "prophecy" that is the exact opposite of an actual messianic prophecy.
This claim is that the messiah will come while the Temple is standing, and yet the real messianic prophecy is that the messiah will BUILD the final Temple. Ergo the Temple cannot be standing! The messiah will build the Temple as described in Yechezkel / Ezekiel 43 (the Second Temple, existing during the time of Jesus, had been built hundreds of years prior to his birth -- ergo he did not build it. The Second Temple was not built to the prophecy of Yechezkel / Ezekiel in chapter 43, more proof that Jesus was not the messiah and that the Second Temple was not the Temple of the messiah). Chapters 40-48 of Ezekiel gives a very detailed directions for building the messianic era Temple -- and again this Temple did not exist 2000 years ago (meaning Jesus was not "the" messiah).
The Second Temple (the one standing 2000 years ago) was specifically NOT built to Yechezkel / Ezekiel's prophecy because the prophets alive when it was constructed were told by G-d that it was not to be the messianic Temple. When it came time to rebuild the second Temple, G‑d commanded through his prophets Chaggai, Zechariah and Malachi not to build it according to the specifications in Ezekiel.
Within 40 years of Jesus’ death the Second Temple was destroyed and sacrifices ceased. Again we have the opposite of the ture messianic prophecies with Jesus.
The true messiah will build the Sanctuary (Jesus lived during the time of the Second Temple and it was destroyed within 40 years of his death – so this is the opposite of the prophecy).
T'hillim / Psalm 118:26 does not mention the Temple. Verse 27 mentions the Temple in passing ("The L-rd is G-d, and He gave us light. Bind the sacrifice with ropes until [it is brought to] the corners of the altar."). Regarding verse 27 Rashi opines "The sacrifices and the festival offerings, which were clean and examined for a blemish, they would bind to the feet of their beds until they brought them to the Temple court at the corners of the altar. It is also possible to interpret the entire end of this psalm from (verse 17), “I shall not die but I shall live,” as referring to David himself: ."
T'hillim / Psalm 118:26 does not mention the messiah.
T'hillim / Psalm 118 does not mention that the messiah will come to the Temple while it is standing (which makes sense since neither the Temple or the messiah is mentioned in this verse at all!).
Verse 118:26 is not about the messiah, and it is not a prophecy. The verse is a greeting used greet pilgrims when they arrived at the Temple. "Blessed be he who has come in the name of the L-rd; we have blessed you in the name of the L-rd."
What of Matthew 12-15? It is simply a section stating that Jesus was in the Temple. Lots of people went to the Temple. At certain holy days people made pillgrimages to the Temple and it got very crowded indeed!
The messiah gather the dispersed of Israel and return them to the land. Jesus did not do this – and within 100 years of his death the Jews were exiled from the land by the Romans – again the opposite of the prophecy.
Jewish law (Halacha) will be re-instituted in the lifetime of the messiah days. Jesus lived under Roman rule, not under Jewish law (yes, there was partial observance of Jewish law, as there is today, but the Romans "ran" the government).
Many Christians think that Jesus removed all the mitzvot – so again we have the opposite of the prophecy occurring – his followers deserted Halacha. Jews were under Roman law during Jesus’ lifetime. . .not Jewish law, so Jesus did not fulfill this messianic prophecy either.
The messiah will resume sacrifices and will bring a sin sacrifice (see Yechezkel / Ezekiel). Most Christians believe that Jesus was the "last and final sacrifice." Yet the T'nach (bible) tells us that the messiah (called the prince in Yechezkel / Ezekiel) will bring sacrifices in the messianic era -- including a sin sacrifice for himself (Christians believe Jesus was "without sin" -- he never brought a sin sacrifice).
"the burnt-offerings and the meal-offerings and the libations on the Festivals and on the New Moons and on the Sabbaths, and on all the times fixed for meetings of the House of Israel shall devolve on the prince (the messiah); he shall prepare the sin-offering and the meal-offering and the burnt offering and the peace-offering, to effect atonement for the House of Israel. . . And the prince shall make on that day for himself and for all the people of Israel a bull for a sin-offering." Yechezkel / Ezekiel 45:17-22.
This claim is 100% false -- not supported by the psalm or by Matthew either. It is negated completely by Yechezkel / Ezekiel.