Yet again the Christian bible and the list maker lift a passage out of the T'nach (Jewish bible) and ignore the context, lying to innocent Christian readers.
Y'shayahu / Isaiah 8:14 is set in the same historical timeframe as Y'shayahu / Isaiah 7:14 -- 700 years before Jesus ever existed.
It says "And it shall be for a portent and a stone upon which to dash oneself and for a rock upon which to stumble for the two houses of Israel, who came to be for a snare and a trap for the inhabitants of Jerusalem."
Who are the two houses of Israel?
The Northern Kingdom of Israel and the Southern Kingdom of Judah.
Did the northern kingdom of Israel exist in the time of Jesus?
Does the northern kingdom of Israel exist today?
No. (The modern State of Israel is not a kingdom, it is a democracy).
Ergo this passage can not be used to speak of Jesus or show that Jesus fulfilled some prophecy tied to it.
Read chapters 7 through 10. There was a very real threat to both the northern kingdom of Israel and the southern kingdom of Judah. Isaiah himself was concerned with the problems and intrigues in Judah.
The passage, when read in context, falls apart as a prophecy for Jesus. 1 Peter 2:6 - 8 ignores the context of Isaiah and in doing so lies to its readers. 1 Peter 2:6-8 "For in scripture it says: "See, I lay a stone in Zion, a chosen and precious cornerstone, and the one who trusts in him will never be put to shame." Now to you who believe, this stone is precious. But to those who do not believe, "The stone the builders rejected has become the capstone," and, "A stone that causes men to stumble and a rock that makes them fall." They stumble because they disobey the messagewhich is also what they were destined for."
The prophecy in Y'shayahu / Isaiah 8:14 came to pass long ago. The end of chapter 8 speaks of the Assyrian invasion of the northern kingdom of Israel which took place in three stages. The first exiled tribes were זְבוּלֻן / Zebulun (the son of Jacob and Leah) and נַפְתָּלִי / Naftali (son of Jacob and Bilah). Y'shayahu / Isaiah 8:23 speaks of those two tribes: "For there is no weariness to the one who oppresses her; like the first time, he dealt mildly, [exiling only] the land of Zebulun and the land of Naftali."
How do the tribes of זְבוּלֻן / Zebulun and נַפְתָּלִי / Naftali have anything to do with Jesus, and how could this in any way be associated with Jesus when those tribes had been exiled 700 years before Jesus was born?
This is the context of Y'shayahu / Isaiah 8 -- and it is not a messianic prophecy, and Jesus did not "fulfill" it in any way.
The text of Y'shayahu / Isaiah 8:14 says that it is G-d who is the stumbling block!
And who is G-d going to be the stumbling block for?
He is the stumbling block to the people in Israel (northern kingdom) and those conspiring against King Ahaz in the southern kingdom (Judah).
This passage is speaking of the intrigues within Judah against King Ahaz' son and successor, King חִזְקִיָּ֫הוּ / Hizkiyyahu (Hezekiah). Those who are disloyal people against the king will be destroyed by G-d. . . This prophecy was fulfilled in King Hizkiyyahu (Hezekiah)'s time during the Assyrian invasion.