The Frog Plague By: Gabriel Rodriguez

Why did God made it happen is because in The second plague, bringing frogs from the Nile, was a judgment against Heqet, the frog-headed goddess of birth. Frogs were thought to be sacred and not to be killed. God had the frogs invade every part of the homes of the Egyptians, and when the frogs died, their stinking bodies were heaped up in offensive piles all through the land

Why did it happened Because Pharaoh did not listen to Moses, God brought ten different plagues over Egypt to convince him to free the Hebrews. The first plague was turning the Nile River into blood but Pharaoh still didn't believe it was from God. So God sent the second plague of thousands of frogs!

What casued it to happen that pharaoh refused to let the people of Israel because I think want to let the go and Aron strech forth thine hand with thy rod over the streams over the river and over the pond and cause frog to come up upon tha land of Egypt.

What is you conclusion that we have to listen to the voice of god and obey. If we dont obey there could be bad consequences not just god punish us but because disobedience and sin bring bad consequences.

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