Law, Prophets, and Psalms

All roads lead to Rome. Yes, the Roman emperors-built roads so that trade may flourish, and the army could move fast and crush any rebellion. Some research shows that there were about 400000 points from where people could go from all of Europe to Rome. In the same way, all portions of the Holy Bible lead to the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
Reminder: After the resurrection of Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord appeared to disciples behind a closed door. Lord reminded the disciples that he had taught several times, about Himself from the Law, Prophets, and Psalms. (Luke 24:44)
Law: The first five books of the Bible of Moses are Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. In the Garden of Eden, the Seed of woman refers to Lord Jesus Christ. (Genesis 3:15) The Passover Lamb points to Lord Jesus Christ who is the Lamb of God that takes away the Sin of the World. (John 1:29) These books contain Moral Laws, Worship laws, and Civil Laws which include Hygienic Laws. God’s attributes are revealed through these laws. Worship laws help a person to understand the gravity of sin, the need to be reconciled with the Holy God, the necessity of blood sacrifice, and faith. The Holy Place section in the Temple had incense, light, showbread, and the altar, all pointing to Lord Jesus Christ.
Prophets: The Prophets in the Old Testament interpreted the Law, applied the Law to the context, and called people to repent when they went astray. They also prophesied about the coming Messiah. Bible scholars indicate that there are 300 prophecies concerning Lord Jesus Christ. His Virgin birth, place of birth, ministry, mission, suffering, burial, resurrection…etc. Some prophecies are about the Second Coming of the Lord Jesus Christ, yet to be fulfilled.
Psalms: There are a few psalms that are termed Messianic psalms. 2, 22, and 110 psalms are a few of many, connected to the ministry, suffering, and resurrection of Lord Jesus Christ. Lord Jesus and other writers in the New Testament quote Psalms, connecting them to the Lord.
Do I see Christ revealed in all Scripture?