He rode on a cherub and flew.
And he glided swiftlya on the wings of the wind. Bible see other translations
MT reads “was seen” but Ps. 18:10 preserves the original

“He rode on a cherub and flew.” This is most likely a way of expressing that God rode on His cherubim-powered chariot-throne, as He did when He came to talk to Ezekiel in Ezekiel chapter 1. It is not likely that God rode piggyback style on a cherub.

[For more on God’s cherubim-powered chariot-throne, see commentary on Ezekiel 1:26. For a more complete understanding of cherubim, see commentaries on Ezekiel 1:5 and 1:10.]

Commentary for: 2 Samuel 22:11