1 Chronicles 23:30

30 They stood every morning to thank and praise the Lord. They did the same thing every evening.

1 Chronicles 23:30 Meaning and Commentary

1 Chronicles 23:30

And to stand every morning to thank and praise the Lord
The office of others of them was to sing the praises of God, both vocally and with instruments of music, at the time of the morning sacrifice:

and likewise at even;
at the time of the evening sacrifice, by way of thankfulness for the mercies of the night and of the day.

1 Chronicles 23:30 In-Context

28 The Levites had the duty of helping the members of Aaron's family line. They helped them serve in the LORD's temple. They were in charge of the courtyards and the side rooms. They made all of the sacred things pure and clean. They also had other duties at the house of God.
29 They were in charge of setting the holy bread out on the table. They prepared the flour for the grain offerings. They made the wafers without using any yeast. They did the baking and the mixing. They measured the amount and size of everything.
30 They stood every morning to thank and praise the Lord. They did the same thing every evening.
31 They also did it every time burnt offerings were brought to the Lord. Those offerings were brought every Sabbath day. They were also brought at every New Moon Feast and during the appointed yearly feasts. The Levites served in front of the LORD at regular times. The proper number of Levites was always used when they served. They served in the way the law required of them.
32 So the Levites carried out their duties for the Tent of Meeting and for the Holy Room. They worked under their relatives who were in the family line of Aaron. They helped them serve at the LORD's temple.