And it came to pass after this
After the former battle:
that there was again a battle with the Philistines at Gob;
in ( 1 Chronicles 20:4 ) it is called Gezer; either the place had two names, or these two places were near each other; so that the battle may be said to be fought both at the one and at the other, being fought equally near to both:
then Sibbechai the Hushathite slew Saph, which [was] of the sons of the
who is called Sippai, ( 1 Chronicles 20:4 ) ; he had his name from the lintel of a door, being as high as one, so tall that he could scarce go under one. Sibbechai was one of David's worthies, ( 1 Chronicles 11:29 ) ; perhaps a descendant of Hushah, who sprung from Judah, ( 1 Chronicles 4:4 ) .