Psalm 145:10 "All thy works shall praise thee, O LORD; and thy saints shall bless thee."
This quote by G. W. Griffith is a reminder of this truth.
"Sing odes to nature," murmurs the agnostic. "Do homage to reason," demands the rationalist. "Praise the virtue of wine and pleasure," cries the sensualist. "Crown Mars the god of war," shouts the conqueror. "Sing of me," arrogantly demands the self-worshipers; but singing birds and murmuring brooks and rustling leaves and thundering oceans are vocal in praise to heaven's King, and, if man refuses to join the chorus, the stones will cry out. "All thy works shall praise thee, O Lord; and thy saints shall bless thee."