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That I may lay My hand on Egypt and bring My armies and My people, the children of Israel, out of the land of Egypt by great judgments. And the Egyptians shall know that I am the Lord, when I stretch out My hand on Egypt and bring out the children of Israel from among them" (Exodus 7:3-5). What was God saying? Plagues are coming! Pharaoh saw the first sign when Aaron's rod was turned into a snake, but it didn't change his mind. He had his own magicians do the same thing. This is another important point.
The most unlikely candidates for leadership are often the ones to whom He chooses to show His amazing power. Moses' mother wasn't anybody's fool, and she had a plan to save her son from death. She put him in a basket by the water's edge where the Pharaoh's daughters bathed, hoping that one of them would see him, have mercy on him and raise him as their own. Sure enough, one of the women did exactly that, and Moses was raised in the house of Pharaoh. This made him a very rich man, but all his new family's wealth and power didn't distract him from the unjust treatment happening to his people.
It wasn't until the last one (the death of all the first-born Egyptians) that Pharaoh had had enough, and by then, he was so desperate for normalcy that he did exactly as God said he would do—he drove the children of Israel off his land. Now, the one plague that I haven't mentioned is the one upon which this book's title is based—the FROGS! One of the craziest things I've ever read in the Bible is Pharaoh's response to this plague. " And the LORD spake unto Moses, Go unto Pharaoh, and say unto him, Thus saith the LORD, Let my people go, that they may serve me.
Jesse's gold by Jesse Duplantis