Israel then shall dwell in safety alone: the fountain of Jacob shall be upon a land of grain and wine; also his heavens shall drop down dew.
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George Leo Haydock
Alone, without standing in need of the assistance of any other but God. See Numbers xxiii. 9. (Haydock)
Some of the ancient Germans would have no communication with any other nation; and they depopulated the country around, to keep all at a distance. (Calmet)
The Chinese seem to be at present nearly of the same disposition, as well as those who inhabit Japan
The eye of Jacob. His posterity, by whom he sees the transactions of the world. (Haydock)
Hebrew the fountain, is taken in the same sense. The country which his descendants enjoyed, was well watered with springs, Numbers xxiv. 7.
Dew, it will be so abundant. Chaldean, The heavens will drop down dew, chap. xxxii. 2.