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Soon after the seven days when the water was turned to blood, God told Moses, for the first time, to go to Pharoah and demand that he let the children of Israel go so they may serve the true God (v. 1). This command showed that Israel was in bondage; God wanted them to have freedom in order that they might serve Him. Because Pharoah refused God’s command God said the land would be filled with frogs (v. 2). The goddess Head was pictured as a frog’s head so before this the Egyptians had counted the frog sacred and wouldn’t kill them. Now these sacred animals would be in their bedrooms, kitchens and crawling on the people (vv. 3-4). The Lord asks Moses to tell Aaron to hold his stick over the rivers, canals, and ponds (v. 5). Suddenly there were frogs everywhere (v. 6). Then the magicians with their satanic powers did the same thing with their enchantments and brought more frogs upon the land (v. 7).
When Pharoah began to see that the God of the Hebrews was greater than the gods of Egypt, he turned to Moses and Aaron for help (v. 8). Moses allowed Pharaoh to set the timetable for the relief from the frogs however, Moses wanted Pharoah to know there was no one like the Lord God (vv. 9-11). Moses cried unto the Lord; asking Him to remove the frogs (v. 12). The Lord did as Moses requested and the frogs died out in the houses, villages, fields etc (v. 13). They gathered up the dead frogs upon heaps and the land stank (v. 14). After the frogs were gone Pharoah makes his heart hard again and said he would not let the people go (v. 15).
Am I living in obedience to God’s Word or do I have unconfessed sin in my life? I can only have a right relationship with God and others if I have made everything right with God and my fellow men.
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Exodus 5:1-9Moses First Confrontation With Pharaoh
Exodus 5:10-23People Ordered to Gather Their Own Straw to Make Bricks
Exodus 6:1-13God Promises Action
Exodus 6:14-30A Complete Genealogy of The Israelites
Exodus 7:1-13God Hardens Pharaoh’s Heart The Second Time
Exodus 7:14-25Nile Changed to Blood
Exodus 8:1-15The Plague of Frogs
Exodus 8:16-32The Plague of Flies
Exodus 9:1-12The Plagues of Dead Animals And Boils
Exodus 9:13-26The Plague of Hail
Exodus 9:27-35Pharaoh Said One Thing And Did Another
Exodus 10:1-20The Plague of Locusts
Exodus 10:21-29The Plague of Darkness
Exodus 11:1-10The Death of The First Born