Eben-ezer


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Eben-ezer

(ĕb`ən-ē`zər) [Heb.,=stone of help], in the Bible. 1 Stone set up (near Shen) by Samuel to commemorate the victory over the Philistines. 2 Site of the battle where the Philistines captured the Ark.
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