921 It is good to praise the Lordand make music to your name, O Most High,
921 It is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord, and to sing praises unto thy name, O most High:
921 It is good to give thanks to the Lord, to sing praises to your name, O Most High;
921 What a beautiful thing, God, to give thanks, to sing an anthem to you, the High God!
921 A Psalm. A Song for the Sabbath day. It is good to give thanks to the Lord, And to sing praises to Your name, O Most High;
921 It is good to give thanks to the Lord, to sing praises to the Most High.
3 Praise the Lord, for the Lord is good; sing praise to his name, for that is pleasant.
3 Praise the Lord; for the Lord is good: sing praises unto his name; for it is pleasant.
3 Praise the Lord, for the Lord is good; sing to his name, for it is pleasant!
3 Shout "Hallelujah!" because God's so good, sing anthems to his beautiful name.
3 Praise the Lord, for the Lord is good; Sing praises to His name, for it is pleasant.
3 Praise the Lord, for the Lord is good; celebrate his lovely name with music.
(Read Psalm 135:1-4)
The subject-matter of praise, is the blessings of grace flowing from the everlasting love of God. The name of God as a covenant God and Father in Christ, blessing us with all spiritual blessings in him, is to be loved and praised. The Lord chose a people to himself, that they might be unto him for a name and a praise. If they do not praise him for this distinguishing favour, they are the most unworthy and ungrateful of all people.
Matthew Henry's Commentary on Psalm 92:1
Commentary on Psalm 92:1-6
(Read Psalm 92:1-6)
It is a privilege that we are admitted to praise the Lord, and hope to be accepted in the morning, and every night; not only on sabbath days, but every day; not only in public, but in private, and in our families. Let us give thanks every morning for the mercies of the night, and every night for the mercies of the day; going out, and coming in, let us bless God. As He makes us glad, through the works of his providence for us, and of his grace in us, and both through the great work of redemption, let us hence be encouraged. As there are many who know not the designs of Providence, nor care to know them, those who through grace do so, have the more reason to be thankful. And if distant views of the great Deliverer so animated believers of old, how should we abound in love and praise!