1 When Israel went out of Egypt, the house of Jacob from a people ofOr, barbarous.strange language;
2 Judah was hisThe whole people were witnesses to his holy majesty in adopting them, and of his mighty power in delivering them.sanctuary, [and] Israel his dominion.
3 The Sea sawe it and fled: Iorden was turned backe.
4 TheSeeing that these dead creatures felt God's power and after a sort saw it, much more his people ought to consider it, and glorify him for the same.mountains skipped like rams, [and] the little hills like lambs.
5 What ailed thee, O Sea, that thou fleddest? O Iorden, why wast thou turned backe?
6 Ye mountaines, why leaped ye like rams, and ye hils as lambes?
7 Tremble, thouOught then his people to be insensible when they see his power and majesty?earth, at the presence of the Lord, at the presence of the God of Jacob;
8 WhichThat is, miraculously caused water to come out of the rock in great abundance, (Exo_17:6).turned the rock [into] a standing water, the flint into a fountain of waters.