Plagues of Egypt (2)



Egyptians worshipped a frog goddess, represented by a frog. It was illegal to kill frogs do to the worship of this goddess. The plague of frogs could be viewed as using Egypt’s idols against them. The frogs covered the ground and all of the people’s belongings. They could not kill them so it must have been difficult to tip toe between all of them just trying to walk around. Then, after Pharaoh asked that the frogs be taken away and agrees to the demands of Moses, the frogs don’t disappear. God kills them in their place so that the Egyptians must now see how powerless the goddess is. First they overwhelm them and they die in front of them.


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