Evidence for your statement
Jewish eschatology, regarding the messiah:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_eschatology
In the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible)
Most of the textual requirements concerning the messiah, what he will do, and what will be done during his reign are located within the Book of Isaiah, although requirements are mentioned in other prophets as well.
The Sanhedrin will be re-established (Isaiah 1:26)
Once he is King, leaders of other nations will look to him for guidance (Isaiah 2:4)
The whole world will worship the One God of Israel (Isaiah 2:17)
He will be descended from King David (Isaiah 11:1) via King Solomon (1 Chron. 22:8–10)
The Moshiach will be a man of this world, an observant Jew with "fear of God" (Isaiah 11:2)
Evil and tyranny will not be able to stand before his leadership (Isaiah 11:4)
Knowledge of God will fill the world (Isaiah 11:9)
He will include and attract people from all cultures and nations (Isaiah 11:10)
All Israelites will be returned to their homeland (Isaiah 11:12)
Death will be swallowed up forever (Isaiah 25:
There will be no more hunger or illness, and death will cease (Isaiah 25:
All of the dead will rise again (Isaiah 26:19)
The Jewish people will experience eternal joy and gladness (Isaiah 51:11)
He will be a messenger of peace (Isaiah 53:7)
Nations will recognize the wrongs they did Israel (Isaiah 52:13–53:5)
The peoples of the world will turn to the Jews for spiritual guidance (Zechariah 8:23)
The ruined cities of Israel will be restored (Ezekiel 16:55)
Weapons of war will be destroyed (Ezekiel 39:9)
The Temple will be rebuilt (Ezekiel 40) resuming many of the suspended mitzvot
He will then perfect the entire world to serve God together (Zephaniah 3:9)
He will take the barren land and make it abundant and fruitful (Isaiah 51:3, Amos 9:13–15, Ezekiel 36:29–30, Isaiah 11:6–9)
Christian eschatology derived from Judaism:
None of the above.
All of it is ignored, random verses are attributed to Jesus throughout Isaiah and Palms, the rest is either swept under the rug or summed up in a 'second coming' which is in itself never prophesied nor has anything to do with Jewish Messianic Prophecy. Its sort of a game amongst christian apologetic websites to come up with as many bizarre and tiny references that they can construe as prophetic, often claiming 'hundreds' of fulfilled prophecies which no more deserve to be believed than the next. No intellectual criteria exists to establish that it is prophetic, other than its convenient at the time.
Again, curious, why not John 3:18?