“How countless are Your works, Lord! In wisdom You made them all; the earth is full of Your creatures.” (Psalm 104:24)
The psalmist did a good job of noting some of the Lords works before finally declaring how countless they are, and then he noted a few more before concluding his psalm with praise and thanksgiving.
He mentioned: light, water, wind, fire, earth, sea, mountains, valleys, springs, animals, birds, plants, fruit, grass, crops, wine, oil, bread, trees, goats, hyraxes, moon, sun, night, lions, man, ships, Leviathan, the face of God, breath, death, dust, creation, glory, smoke, song, praise, and meditation. Great job! You may need to catch your breath.
Since God put each star in place and has a name for each one, and since no one has been able to count them all, and since current estimates are in the billions of stars, the psalmist’s contention is true: God’s works are countless. Indeed, the number of times He forgives us is itself countless, it seems. God’s grace is immeasurable.
Lord, You are worthy of our praise and thanksgiving and worship. Your works in us are countless. We give thanks to You. Amen