“There is no speech nor language, where their voice is not heard’” (Ps. 19:3), that is, the voice of the heavens – those natural preachers who proclaim the glory of God. Since this is so, it is a pity there should be nay speech or language where the voice of God’s worshippers should not be heard. Our voices should echo the voice of those natural preachers and ascribe glory to Him who makes “the morning and evening to rejoice” . Whatever others do, let Him hear our voices to this purpose in the morning. In the morning let us direct our praises unto him.
Matthew Henry, Experiencing God’s Presence, Whitaker House, p. 47