Psalm 68: Christ as the Center of God’s Move on the Earth

Posted on Dec 17, 2011 | 2 comments

“Let God arise; let His enemies be scattered; and let those who hate Him flee before Him.” (Psalm 68:1)

Psalm 68 reveals Christ as the center of God’s move on the earth.  God’s move is typified by the Ark setting out from Mt. Sinai, traveling through the wilderness, and eventually to Mount Zion, God’s dwelling place.  In fulfillment of this type, God’s move began with Christ’s incarnation, continued through His human living with His crucifixion and resurrection, and concluded with Christ’s ascension to Zion in the heavens and the establishing of the church.


  1. It’s amazing to see how this Psalm covers so much territory, beginning with Christ’s incarnation and continuing into the establishing of the church and spreading of the gospel. Lord, keep us enjoying you and day by day being loaded with good!

  2. It is refreshing to see a Holy Spirit filled believer hold a Bible and preach the Word. I love it when you say ” we can go so much deeper into this …. ” it means you have meditated on His word. God bless you and your family !!

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