Again the list maker has skipped multiple chapters in the zeal to find prohecies s/he can apply to Jesus. Ignored are chapters 30 and 31 in which the prophet Isaiah castigates the then living King Hoshea of the Northern Kingdom of Israel for turing to Egypt (instead of trusting in G-d) in defeating the Assyrians. Isaiah pleads with the people to turn to G-d, not to the Egyptians or other men. . .
Which brings us to chapter 32. The first line says "Behold for righteousness shall a king reign, and over princes who rule with justice."
Jesus was never a king.
Jesus never reigned over anyone, let alone princes.
The list maker yet again ignores the context of the passage. Isaiah lived in the reign of King אָחָז, / Ahaz. In Y'shayahu / Isaiah 7 Isaiah is speaking to King אָחָז, / Ahaz. This king was a horrid man, but his son, חִזְקִיָּ֫הוּ / Hizkiyyahu / Hezekiah, was a righteous king. חִזְקִיָּ֫הוּ / Hizkiyyahu / Hezekiah brought the people back to G-d, and this is the person Isaiah is speaking about in the beginning of Y'shayahu / Isaiah 32.
In line 2 the refuge, the "hiding place" is חִזְקִיָּ֫הוּ / Hizkiyyahu / Hezekiah.
"Behold for righteousness shall a king reign, and over princes who rule with justice. And the man shall be as a hiding- place from the wind and a shelter from the rain, as rivulets of water in an arid land, as the shade of a huge rock in a weary land." Y'shayahu / Isaiah 32:1-2.
Study history -- this passage certainly fits חִזְקִיָּ֫הוּ / Hizkiyyahu / Hezekiah, but it does not fit Jesus.
The supposed "proof text" is Matthew 23:37 which says nothing about Jesus as a refuge or a shelter. Instead this passage accuses the Jews (incorrectly) as killing the prophets. “Jerusalem, Jerusalem, you who kill the prophets and stone those sent to you, how often I have longed to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, and you were not willing." The Jews didn't kill any of the prophets. We do have an instance (in Jeremiah 20) where the king killed a minor prophet (not the people -- aka "the Jews). The book of Matthew 23:35 has Jesus stating that the Jews killed everyone from Abel to Zechariah as proof of the Jews killing the prophets! "And so upon you will come all the righteous blood that has been shed on earth, from the blood of righteous Abel to the blood of Zechariah son of Berekiah, whom you murdered between the temple and the altar."
-- the only problem is that the Zechariah who was killed wasn't the prophet! It was another Zechariah who was murdered in the Temple: Divrei Hayamim Beit / 2 Chronicles 24:20-21 "And the spirit of G-d enveloped Zechariah the son of Jehoiada the priest, and he stood above the people and said to them, "So said G-d: Why do you transgress the commandments of the L-rd? You will not succeed because you have forsaken the L-rd, and He has forsaken you." And they conspired against him and stoned him by the king's command, in the forecourt of the House of the L-rd."
The anonymous author of the book of Matthew gets his "facts" wrong, too. Matthew states that "the Jews" murdered Zechariah son of Berekiah.
The Zechariah murdered was Zechariah ben Yehoiada (not Berekiah). He was a minor priest (Zechariah was a common name). 2 Chronicles states that after the death of Jehoiada (his father) the princes of Judah came and worshiped idols and they and stoned him by the king's command. Not "the Jews", Folah -- but some princes who had become idolaters and stoned Zechariah ben Yehoiada at the command of King Yoash.
The author of Matthew confused Zechariah ben Jehoiada with Zechariah ben Ido (ben Berekiah).
Zechariah ben Yehoiada lived at the end of ninth century BCE. Zechariah ben Ido (ben Berekiah) lived in the 4th century BCE and lived at the same time as Haggai and Malachi -- the last prophets. The Book of Zechariah is about Zechariah ben Ido (ben Berekiah) -- 500 years later. See Ezra 5:1 and Ezra 6:14.
The king referenced here was King Yoash. The Prophet Y'rmiyahu / Jeremiah alludes to this incident in his Book of Lamentations / Eichah 2:20 "See, O L-rd, and behold, to whom [else] have You done thus! Will women devour their own offspring, children that are petted? Will priest and prophet be slain in the Sanctuary of the L-rd?"
In the Talmud, Y'vamot 49b, King Menashe is accused of killing the prophet Y'shayahu / Isaiah -- but this is not "the Jews" killing "the prophets." It is a king killing a prophet -- and said king (Menashe) was not a very nice man. M'lachim Beit / 2 Kings 21:16 says he "shed very much innocent blood, until he filled Jerusalem from one end to the other. . ."
Matthew accusing the Jews of killing "the prophets" is not only untrue and slanderous, but the anonymous author of that "gospel" also accuses the Jews of killing Abel. This accusation is really ridiculous since Abel was the son of Adam and Eve (Chava) and he was murdered by his brother, Cain (Genesis / B'reshit 4) long before there was an Abraham, let alone the first Jew!
In any case, Matthew 23:37 is about the false claim that Jews killed the prohets and has nothing to do with the list maker's claimed "fulfillment."