The list maker finally leaves T'hillim / Psalm 2 behind. The next claimed prophecy that Jesus fulfilled is T'hillim/ Psalm 8:2 (line 3 in Jewish translations). One more time: psalms were prayers and poems written by King David and they were sung in the Temple. Psalms are NOT prophecies.
The list maker is not alone in trying to use this psalm as a "prophecy" about Jesus. If one reads Matthew 21:16 in the NIV translation it references T'hillim / Psalm 8:2. Matthew has children praising Jesus, and Jesus replying "“have you never read, ‘From the lips of children and infants you, L-rd, have called forth your praise’."
Again: so what?
How many children over the millennia have praised various people? Just watch a video of terrorists being lauded in the streets by children. Does that mean those terrorists were gods or someone worth honor?
So many "claims" about Jesus could fit almost anyone -- riding into Jerusalem on a donkey, for example. Just how many tens of thousands of people have ridden donkeys into Jerusalem? This is true of children yelling out praises -- it happens every day all over the world and it is not "proof" of anything.
Interesting that the real messianic prophecies (like world peace, global knowledge of G-d, returning all the Jews to Israel) are never part of lists like this -- but common, every day claims such as children calling out "hurrahs" are somehow proof that Jesus is the messiah. . . Do people really risk their immortal souls on such flimsy things as these?
Let us turn to T'hillim / Psalm 8 and see what it is about. "O L-rd, our Master, how mighty is Your name in all the earth, for which You should bestow Your majesty upon the heavens. Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings You have established strength because of Your adversaries, in order to put an end to enemy and avenger." T'hillim / Psalm 8:2-3.
Does that sound like a messianic prophecy to you? Or does it sound like a person praising G-d?
Who is the subject of T'hillim / Psalm 8:2-3?
Not the messiah.
It is not a prophecy -- by reading it we can clearly see that King David (the author) is praising G-d. The Psalm goes on to say: "When I see Your heavens, the work of Your fingers, the moon and stars that You have established, what is man that You should remember him, and the son of man that You should be mindful of him?" T'hillim / Psalm 8:4-5.
This is speaking about the praise of G-d who created the moon and the stars and not the praise of a man who claimed to be god.
And note the sentence in line 5: "What is man that You should remember him, and the son of man that You should be mindful of him?" T'hillim / Psalm 8:4-5.
Jesus is called the “son of man” 83 times in the Christian gospels.
Matthew uses the term 32 times.
Luke uses the term 25 times.
John uses it 12 times.
Yet the Jewish bible tells us: Do not trust in princes, or in the son of men, who has no salvation. (Psalm / T’hillim 146:3)
T'hillim / Psalm 8 has nothing to do with Jesus and is not a prophecy about him, let alone "fulfilled" by him.