This is the last of the supposed prophecies about Jesus which the list maker tagged to B'reshit / Genesis 49:10. Note that it says nothing the people’s obedience being to “him” (whoever “him” might be). “The scepter shall not depart from Judah, nor the student of the law from between his feet, until (it or he) comes to Shiloh, and to him will be a gathering of peoples.”
John 10:16 says “I have other sheep that are not of this sheep pen. I must bring them also. They too will listen to my voice, and there shall be one flock and one shepherd.”
Well and good, but since most Christians believe that Jesus was a virgin birth he is not of the tribe of Judah and thus B’reshit / Genesis 49:10 does not speak about Jesus at all – let alone tie to John 10:16.
As for the people being obedient to Jesus -- Jesus was unable to save his own life, so who exactly was obedient to him? The photo shows Muslims praying -- are they obedient to Jesus?
Ergo we have yet another supposed "prophecy" that is not fulfilled even by the claim in the Christian bible (one flock and one shepherd).
B'reshit / Genesis 49:10 does not say anything about people being obedient let alone that there will be "one flock and one shepherd."
In the age of the real messiah there will be universal world peace and global knowledge of the one true G-d. John’s statement does not apply to Jesus, because in Jesus’ time (and ever since that time) there is not “one flock and one shepherd.” There are 2 billion Christians, but there are also 1.5 billion Muslims. There are Atheists, Buddhists, Hindus, etc. There is most definitely not “one flock and one shepherd.”
The T’nach quote does not match the list maker’s “prophetic fulfillment.” The true messiah will rule over many nations (Bamidbar / Numbers 24;17,18 and Obadiah 1:21) – but Jesus never did. Jesus never governed, he was never a “shepherd” of people (let alone ALL the people). The claims of the Christian bible are that he was a teacher, not a leader. In reality; Jesus ruled over no one.