Psalm 110 describes David in all the splendor of his dual role as king of the Jewish people. David was the mighty warrior, subduing the enemy with his fierce fighting. But David was spiritual leader as well, winning the hearts and souls of his people through his music and the power of his word. Psalm 110 views the latter mission as the more important. "To David. A Psalm. The Lord said to my master: "Wait at my right hand, until I make your enemies your footstool (v. 1)." Rav Hirsch explains that David has discharged his duty as conquering soldier; G-D will complete the task, bringing David's enemies to heel. David must now turn his focus to the task of spiritually energizing and leading his people, bringing them ever closer to Hashem.