Wat is the corollary between the two halves of the Pasuk?
Ramban #1 (citing Ibn Ezra): With reference to the future 1 - "You will lead with Your kindness (via the Pillars of Cloud and of Fire) ... , You will lead them slowly (but surely) to the Your holy dwelling".
Seforno: The first half refers to the past - when, after taking them outside the border of Egypt to Succos, Hashem guided them in the desert (via the two Clouds). 2 Whereas the second half refers to the present - having led them slowly through the sea on dry land, He was now leading them 3 on the journey to His holy dwelling, to sanctify them there in His service.
Ramban #2: Having discussed the fate of the Egyptians (in the previous Pasuk), the Torah now relates how Hashem saved Yisrael with the Might of His Hand - on a journey towards His holy dwelling-place.
As is the way of Pesukim regarding prophecy (Ibn Ezra). The Ibn Ezra himself presents an alternative explanation that is similar to that of the Seforno (Refer to 15:13:1:2).
Like a horse in the desert, to prevent them from stumbling (Seforno).
Targum Onkelos translates it as 'carrying them' (See Rashi), Targum Yonasan as 'inherited to them'.
What is the Pasuk referring to when it writes "Your holy dwelling-place"?