the men of Micmash: 122;
the men of Micmash, 122;
A garrison of the Philistines had gone out to the pass at Micmash.
The cliff to the north was closer to Micmash, the one to the south closer to Geba.
On that day the army struck down the Philistines from Micmash to Aijalon, and they became very tired.
Some of the descendants of
Saul, his son Jonathan, and the army that remained with them stayed in Gibeah in the territory of Benjamin, while the Philistines camped in Micmash.
For the battle with Israel the Philistines had amassed 3,000
But Samuel said, “What have you done?” Saul replied, “When I saw that the army had started to abandon me
Saul selected for himself three thousand men from Israel. Two thousand of these were with Saul at Micmash and in the hill country of Bethel;
So on the day of the battle no sword or spear was to be found in the hand of anyone in the army that was with Saul and Jonathan. No one but Saul and his son Jonathan had them.