vaj tlhej Quch SoH DIchDaq draw bIQ pa' vo' the wells vo' toDtaHghach.
Therefore with joy you will draw water out of the wells of salvation.
Our life depends on water. From the quenching of thirst, to the growing of crops, to the climate that keeps us alive - water is our life. So it's a an apt parallel to speak of God's loving care as bIQ pa' vo' the wells vo' toDtaHghach - water from the wells of salvation.
Even now we need to express our gratitude to God, thanking him, praising him, and telling others about him. From the depths of our gratitude, we must praise him. And we should share the Good News with others. (Life Application Bible)
The assurances God has given us of his love, and the experiences we have had of the benefit and comfort of his grace, should greatly encourage our faith in him and our expectations from him: "Out of the wells of salvation in God, who is the fountain of all good to his people, you shall draw water with joy. God's favour shall flow forth to you, and you shall have the comfort of it and make use of the blessed fruits of it." (Matthew Henry)