He rescued me from my enemy so strong, from foes too mighty for me. They attacked me on my day of calamity, but the Hashem was my stay. He brought me out to freedom. You have let me stride on freely, and my feet have not slipped. Hashem, my mighty stronghold, who kept my path secure; who made my legs like a deer's, and set me firm on the heights; You have let me stride on freely, and my feet have not slipped.
2 Samuel 22:1-51
ha’azinu “Give ear, O Heavens”
Deuteronomy 32:1 – 32:52
This chapter is a song poem containing a number of images alluding to the greatness of Hashem whose teachings are like rain from storm winds – the droplets in the form of the letter “yud” - the first letter of the Tetragrammaton – one of the holy phrases for Hashem who also is called the jewel-like Rock from which flows the honey of wisdom – here in 10 streams referring to the ten Sephirot. Hashem “is like an eagle... hovering over its young, spreading its wings.”
And below in the image are the warnings against perversion and punishment for idolatry and sexual abominations.