Thou, O God, or thou, O Israel, notwithstanding all plots and opposition,
didst walk; heldest on thy way, and walkedst from thy entering on the east of the land to the west thereof; from Beth-el, Jordan, and Jericho on the east, where they entered the land that lay within Jordan.
Through, rather to, (as Junius, Tremellius, and Grotius,)
the sea, the most western parts Of all the land God gave; they took possession from east to west, to the great sea, the western sea, the mightiest sea the Jews of that time knew, called here by way of eminency
the heap of great waters; called
the great sea, Eze_47:10,15,19,20, as Jos_9:1. So was fulfilled what was promised, and they took possession of that was estated on them, Jos_1:3,4. I rather refer this 15th verse in this manner, than, with most interpreters, to the Red Sea, which is to me a repetition unseemly for so short and elegant an enumeration of God’s wonderful deliverances and blessings to Israel, from their leaving Egypt to their settling in Canaan.