7. Depths - Deep wells or springs, or lakes, which were
numerous and large.
9. Whose stones are iron - Where are mines of iron in a manner
as plentiful as stones, and upon which travellers must tread, as in other
parts they do upon stones.
10. Bless the Lord - Solemnly praise him for thy food; which is
a debt both of gratitude and justice, because it is from his providence
and favour that thou receivest both thy food and refreshment and strength
by it. The more unworthy and absurd is that too common profaneness of them,
who, professing to believe a God, from whom all their comforts come, grudge
to own him at their meals, either by desiring his blessing before them,
or by offering due praise to God after them.