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Eben-ezer: Stone of help, the memorial stone set up by Samuel to commemorate the
divine assistance to Israel in their great battle against the
Philistines, whom they totally routed
(1 Samuel 7:7-12) at Aphek, in the
neighbourhood of Mizpeh, in Benjamin, near the western entrance of
the pass of Beth-horon. On this very battle-field, twenty years
before, the Philistines routed the Israelites, "and slew of the army
in the field about four thousand men"
(1 Samuel 4:1,2) here, and at
(1 Samuel 5:1) called "Eben-ezer" by anticipation). In this extremity the
Israelites fetched the ark out of Shiloh and carried it into their
camp. The Philistines a second time immediately attacked them, and
smote them with a very great slaughter, "for there fell of Israel
thirty thousand footmen. And the ark of God was taken"
(1 Samuel 4:10) And
now in the same place the Philistines are vanquished, and the
memorial stone is erected by Samuel (q.v.). The spot where the stone
was erected was somewhere "between Mizpeh and Shen." Some have
identified it with the modern Beit Iksa, a conspicuous and prominent
position, apparently answering all the necessary conditions; others
with Dier Aban, 3 miles east of 'Ain Shems.