Heaven and earth encouraged to praise God. With good reason.
Once more I like how the Psalm is set from the big picture of the universe to the smaller picture of the earth and then the more intimate picture of the relationship with a people on the earth. At every stage there’s a reason to praise God. That reason being, He is inextricably involved in each and makes them as awe inspiring and productively as they were always intended to be.
This glorious God of the universe engages with His people just as He does with life on earth and just as He does with His magnificent heavenly array. In all of that and as part of that it makes sense for us all to give Him that of which He is worthy.
For His Name’s Sake
C. L. J. Dryden