Frogs

Seven days later, Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh again. They asked Pharaoh to let the Israelites leave Egypt. But again, Pharaoh refused.

So God caused a plague of frogs to happen in Egypt. In Exodus 8:3, God told Moses about this plague. “The Nile River will be filled with frogs. They will come from the river and enter your houses. They will be in your bedrooms and in your beds. They will be in the houses of your officials and in your ovens and in your jars of water.”

Maybe you live in the city where you don’t see many frogs. But think about having frogs everywhere — outside your house and inside your house. Imagine opening a container of water and finding frogs inside. That would be awful!

Finally, Moses and Aaron prayed and asked God to remove the plague of frogs. God stopped the frogs
from coming out of the rivers. But then all the frogs died and began to rot and stink. After the first plague, Egypt had dead fish everywhere. And after this plague, they had dead frogs everywhere! But again, Pharaoh was stubborn and refused to free the Israelites.

Sometimes we can be stubborn and refuse to follow God. Examine your life today and find those areas where you are refusing to obey God. Change your heart and follow Him!