24:27Blessed be the Lord: In these and the following words, Abraham’s servant gave God true, public praise, as is later to be found in the Book of Psalms (Ps. 105:1, 2). Mercy and truth together mean something like “the Lord’s utterly unswerving loyalty.” being on the way, the Lord led me: What an outstanding pairing of concepts! God did not lead someone who was being lazy but who was already actively pursuing the will of God.
24:27–28 God’s swift answer to the servant’s prayer evokes an immediate response of worship and praise.
24:27 the Lord has led me. God guides His saints through providential acts (cf. 50:20). Later in the Pentateuch the expression is used for God’s special guidance of His people through the wilderness to the Promised Land (Ex. 13:17, 21; 15:13).
 Sproul, R. C. (Ed.). (2005). The Reformation Study Bible: English Standard Version (p. 48). Orlando, FL; Lake Mary, FL: Ligonier Ministries.