“I will sing to the Lord as long as I live; I will sing praise to my God while I have being.” Psalm 104:33 (Amplified)
The psalmist wrote these words after considering all of God’s creation. He looked at the waters, the mountain springs and the rushing rivers. He heard the birds singing in the branches. He saw the cattle eating grass. He saw man baking bread and making oil. He watched the sun rise and set. “See all this?” he said. “I’m going to rejoice in this Creator, who is my God.” Warren Wiersbe
“I will sing to the Lord as long as I live,” or, literally “in my lives.” Here and hereafter the psalmist would continue to praise the Lord, for the theme is an endless one, and remains forever fresh and new. The birds sang God’s praises before men were created, but redeemed men will sing His glories when the birds are no more. Jehovah, who ever lives and makes us to live shall be forever exalted, and extolled in the songs of redeemed men. Charles Spurgeon
“I will sing to the Lord.” The psalmist, exulting in the glorious prospect of the renovation of all things, breaks out in triumphant anticipation of the great event, and says, “I will sing to the Lord,” [bechaiyai] “with my lives,” the life that I now have, and the life that I shall have hereafter.
“I will sing praises to my God,” [beodi] “in my eternity;” my going on, my endless progression. What astonishing ideas! Adam Clarke