[There is] none like unto the God of Jeshurun
Or Israel, as all the three Targums; for this is one of the names of the people of Israel; (See Gill on Deuteronomy 32:15); and the Lord was their God in a special sense, having chosen, redeemed them, and made a covenant with them; and there is no God like him for the perfections of his nature, his purity and holiness, his goodness, wisdom, power, faithfulness and for the wonderful works of nature, providence, and grace, done by him; and for the blessings of goodness, temporal and spiritual, he bestows on men. The tribes being particularly blessed, the whole body of the people are pronounced happy, and whose happiness is enlarged on in ( Deuteronomy 33:26-29 ) ;
[who] rideth upon the heaven in thy help, and in his excellency on the
which he has the sovereign rule and disposal of, and can and does dispose of all the artillery therein, as illustrious proofs of his glory and excellency, and for the help of his people, and the destruction of their enemies; as when he sent forth hail, thunderings, and lightnings, upon the Egyptians, and frightened them; and cast down hailstones upon the Canaanites, and slew many of them; and when the stars in their course fought against Sisera; see ( Psalms 68:4 Psalms 68:33 Psalms 68:34 ) ( Judges 5:20 ) .