“Yahweh remembered his holy promise.
He remembered his servant Abraham.
He brought his people out with joy.
His chosen ones were singing.
He gave them the lands of the nations.
They took possession of the wealth of the peoples.
Thus they might keep his statutes.
Thus they might observe his laws.
God remembered his holy promise to Abraham. He brought his people out of Egypt singing joyously. He gave them the land of the various countries or nations. They were able to take possession of the wealth of those people. Thus they were to keep and observe the statutes and laws of Yahweh. In this rendition of the Exodus there is no mention of the crossing of the Red Sea or the difficulties in taking possession of the Promised Land. This psalm ends with a great refrain “praise Yahweh,” which is another way of saying alleluia, the Hebrew “Hallelujah.”