1 Samuel 41 The Israelites are overcome by the Philistines at Ebenezer.3 They fetch the ark unto the terror of the Philistines.10 They are smitten again, the ark taken, and Hophni and Phinehas are slain.12 Eli at the news, falling backward, breaks his neck.19 Phinehas's wife, discouraged in her travail with I-chabod, dies. A.M. 2863. B.C. 1141. An. Ex. Is. 350. came. or, came topass. Heb. was. 3:11Eben-ezer.That is, the place afterwards so called: See the Parallel Texts. 5:1; 7:12Aphek.This Aphek was situated in the tribe of Judah, and is probably the same as Aphekah. Jos 15:53It must be carefully distinguished from that near Jezreel, and another in Asher. 29:1; Jos 19:30; 1Ki 20:30 put.17:8,21they joined battle. Heb. the battle was spread. Israel.Jos 7:5-8,12; Ps 44:9,10and they.Ps 79:7,8; 106:40,41; La 3:40the army. Heb. the array. Wherefore.De 29:24; Ps 74:1,11; Isa 50:1; 58:3Let us.14:18; Nu 31:6; Jos 6:4,5; 2Sa 15:25; Isa 1:11-15; Jer 7:4,8-15Mt 3:9,10fetch. Heb. take unto us. the ark.Nu 10:33; De 31:26; Jos 4:7; 1Ch 17:1; Jer 3:16; Heb 9:4it may save.Jer 7:8-11; Am 5:21,22; Mt 23:25-28; Ro 2:28,29; 1Co 10:1-52Ti 3:5; 1Pe 3:21; Jude 1:5 which dwelleth.2Sa 6:2; 2Ki 19:15; Ps 80:1; 99:1the cherubims.Ex 25:18-22; Nu 7:89Hophni.2:12-17,22; Ps 50:16,17; Mal 1:9; Ac 19:15,16with the ark.Nu 4:5,15 all Israel.They vainly supposed that the ark would save them, when the God of it had departed from them because of their wickedness. Jud 15:14; Job 20:5; Jer 7:4; Am 6:3; Mic 2:11 What meaneth.Ex 32:17,18 were afraid.Ex 14:25; 15:14-16; De 32:30heretofore. Heb. yesterday or the third day. smote.Ex 7:5; 9:14; Ps 78:43-51 Be strong.2Sa 10:12; 1Co 16:13; Eph 6:10,11as they have.De 28:47,48; Jud 10:7; 13:1; Isa 14:2; 33:1quit yourselves like men. Heb. be men. Israel.2; Le 26:17; De 28:25; Ps 78:9,60-64every man.2Sa 20:1; 1Ki 12:16; 22:36; 2Ki 14:12a very great.2Sa 18:7; 2Ch 13:17; 28:5,6; Isa 10:3-6 the ark.2:32; Ps 78:61the two sons.2:34; Ps 78:64; Isa 3:11were slain. Heb. died. with his clothes rent.These, as we have already remarked, were the general signs of sorrow and distress. 2Sa 1:2with earth.Jos 7:6; 2Sa 13:19; 15:32; Ne 9:1; Job 2:12 sat upon.1:9his heart.Jos 7:9; Ne 1:3,4; Ps 26:8; 79:1-8; 137:4-6 What meaneth.6 ninety.3:2; Ps 90:10and his eyes.Ge 27:1were dim. Heb. stood. What is there done. Heb. What is the thing.2Sa 1:4my son.3:6; Jos 7:19 Israel.10,11; 3:11 when he made.21,22; Ps 26:8; 42:3,10; 69:9; La 2:15-19his neck.2:31,32; 3:12,13; Le 10:3; 1Co 11:30-32; 1Pe 4:17,18And he had."He seems to have been a judge to do justice only, and that in south-west Israel." be delivered. or, cry out. came upon her. Heb. were turned. Fear not.Ge 35:17,18; Joh 16:21neither did she regard it. Heb. and set not her heart.Ps 77:2 I-chabod. that is, Where is the glory?. or, There is noglory. The glory. Ps 26:8; 78:61,64; 106:20; Jer 2:11; Ho 9:12 The glory.Ps 137:5,6; Joh 2:17
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