Passage: Exodus 8:1~15  

Keyverse: 10b

1. The plague of frogs (1-7)

Again the LORD sent Moses to Pharaoh, commanding him, 'Let my people go,' and again Pharaoh refused. This time frogs teemed forth from the Nile in overwhelming numbers and covered the land. The magicians were able to summon frogs from the Nile by their secret arts. But the frogs still covered the land. Their secret arts could not undo God's power or plan. Pharaoh's response this time would be different.

2. Moses cried out to the LORD (8-15)

Pharaoh summoned Moses and Aaron, seeming to yield to God's command. Moses saw the opportunity for Pharaoh to know that there is no one like the LORD our God, so he told him to set the time. Then Moses cried out to the LORD, and the LORD did what Moses asked. God's power and identity were clearly revealed. Yet Pharaoh hardened his heart when he saw there was relief from the frogs, just as God had said. Moses was growing as God's servant step by step.

Prayer: Father, there is no one like you, mighty in power, who hears and answers our prayers. Help me grow in confidence in you as a prayer servant.

One Word: There is no one like God