At least, that's what it should be.
Now a home can be in a hut, an apartment, a castle, a mansion, or even a cave. But the physical characteristics or price of the house are not the point here. As David describes this blessed person, he is not merely talking about someone who has a roof over his head.
He is referring to a mental experience, something we do in our consciousness, with our brains. It is about having a dwelling place for our mind.
So where does my mind consider home? Where does it go to relax? Where can it be totally transparent? Where is it understood and accepted? Where can it find coherent answers to life's critical questions?
Our Creator made us to be at home in Him. Our minds were wired to enjoy His presence--He alone is to be our residence. He formed us in such a way that when we stray from His secret room, our joy and peace fade before the chilling breeze of doubt and fear. Only when He Himself becomes the lodging place is our mind put at ease.
Unfortunately, even as believers, many times we churn and stew our way through life. We are altogether too busy, foolishly ignoring His amazing invitation. And in so doing, we miss out on this supreme privilege, that of dwelling in the pleasure of the Almighty.
Maybe right now would be a good time to stop.
He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. (Psalm 91:1)