Psalm 132:7 says, “We will go into his tabernacle; we will worship at his footstool.” It seems the older that I become the less I know. I talk so much about worship, but it seem that I know so very little. What is true worship? I have been reading through the book of Psalms in my personal devotion time with the Lord every morning and today I came across this short but powerful verse. David was a man that knew a thing or two about worship. I believe he gives us a clue to authentic worship both personally and collectively. The Psalmist speaks of going into the God’s tabernacle and worshipping at God’s footstool. Often we put the emphasis on the tabernacle instead of the footstool. When we think of the place of worship, we think of a building, a sanctuary, or an auditorium. But genuine worship is not restricted to a location. The place of worship is more about the footstool than it is about the tabernacle. A footstool is simply a piece of furniture to support or elevate a person’s feet. I think what David is trying to teach us is that the best worship is accomplished at the feet of Jesus. So much of our modern worship prompts a person to jump to their feet, but as I read Scripture it seems that authentic worship is best accomplished on our face at God’s footstool. This is the place of worship. May the Lord help us in this area.