And Judah and Israel dwelt safely
Without fear of any injury done to their persons or properties by any enemy; which is, and will be, more abundantly fulfilled in Christ, the antitype of Solomon, ( Jeremiah 23:5 ) ;
every man under his vine, and under his fig
which were principal trees in the land of Judea, put for all the rest; and the phrase denotes the happy, safe, quiet, full, and peaceable enjoyment of all outward blessings, and is used of the times of the Messiah, ( Micah 4:4 ) ;
from Dan even to Beersheba;
which were the two extremities of the land of Israel, north and south:
all the days of Solomon;
so long this peace and safety continued, there being no wars in his time.