Talking Torah - Shvi'i Shel Pesach: 'What great vision did they see at the sea?'

The midrash describes the moment Am Yisrael crossed the sea a great moment and says they saw a greater vision than Yechezkel the prophet. Why is the vision not described here? What did they actually see there at the sea?

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

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Tuvia and Yitzi

Am Yisrael (the People of Israel) reach a great elevating moment after crossing the sea and breaking out into song. The midrash describes this moment as being so great that the simple man saw a greater vision then Yechezkel (Ezekiel) the prophet.

We know the famous pesukim (verses) that describe in detail the great G-dly images Yechezkel sees, so why is there no such description here, if here the Jews saw something greater? What did they actually see there at the sea?