“Praise the Lord! O give thanks to the Lord, for He is good! For His mercy endures forever. Who can utter the mighty acts of the Lord? Who can declare all His praise?” Psalm 106:1-2
It’s a rhetorical question. The obvious answer is “no one!” No one can hope to utter all the mighty acts of our God! No one could possibly speak forth enough praise for Who He is, for all He’s done!
Charles Wesley said he wished he had a thousand tongues to try.
More recently, Rend Collective sang “A thousand years, a thousand tongues are not enough to sing His praise.”
There aren’t enough songs. There aren’t enough worship sets. There aren’t enough church services. There aren’t enough voices. There aren’t enough choirs.
There isn’t enough time.
Psalm 145 says “I will extol You, my God, O King; and I will bless Your name forever and ever.” Forever and ever means…forever and ever! There is no end! If we started now and go throughout eternity, every moment of every day, it’s still not enough to adequately praise Him for all He’s done!
Even now, around His throne, angels cry out “Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God almighty! Who was, Who is, and Who is to come!“(Revelation 4:8) Amen and amen.
So what, then? Shall we not sing? Shall we not try? Obviously not! Let us sing all the more! Let us praise the One Who alone is worthy! Let us write songs, let us sing songs, let us cry out every change we get, with all we have, declaring that our God reigns, that He is good, and that His love, his steadfast, never failing love, endures…forever!