And I will walk among you
As they journeyed from place to place, he walked among them, in the tabernacle built for him, see ( 2 Samuel 7:6 ) ; it may be expressive of the familiarity and communion which the Lord grants to his people, in and through Christ: and will be your God;
to provide for them, and supply them with all the blessings of his goodness, both in providence and grace; and to protect and defend them against all their enemies, temporal and spiritual: and ye shall be my people;
appear to be a special and peculiar people of his, chosen, redeemed, and sanctified by him, and to whom he bore a special love, and took special care of; see ( 2 Corinthians 6:16 ) ; the Targum of Jonathan of the whole is,
``I will make the glory of my Shechinah dwell among you, and my Word shall be unto you for God the Redeemer, and ye shall be to my name for a people of Holy Ones.''