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  • But Moses replied, "Let me know, please, when I am to make the petition for you, your officials and your people that you may be rid of frogs except in the Nile." (Exodus 8, 5)

  • Pharaoh answered, "Tomorrow"; and Moses said, "Right, and that you may know that there is no one like Yah-weh, our God, (Exodus 8, 6)

  • With this Moses and Aaron left Pharaoh. Then Moses called on Yahweh concerning the frogs that he had inflicted on Pharaoh. (Exodus 8, 8)

  • Yahweh did as Moses had promised Pharaoh and the frogs died in the houses, the farms and the fields. (Exodus 8, 9)

  • Yahweh said to Moses, "Tell Aaron to strike the dust of the earth with his staff and turn it into mosquitoes throughout the land." (Exodus 8, 12)

  • Yahweh said to Moses, "Rise early in the morning and go to Pharaoh, when he is on his way to the river. Say to him: This is Yahweh's message: Let my people go and worship me. (Exodus 8, 16)

  • Pharaoh summoned Moses and Aaron and said, "Go and sacrifice to your God in this country." (Exodus 8, 21)

  • But Moses replied, "That would not be right. We offer to our God animals which are sacred for the Egyptians. If we were to offer in their presence a sacrifice which offends the Egyptians, wouldn't they stone us? (Exodus 8, 22)

  • Moses said, "I am leaving you and I will pray to Yahweh for you, and tomorrow the horseflies will leave you, your officials and your people, but do not continue to deceive us by refusing to let the people go to the desert." (Exodus 8, 25)

  • Moses left Pharaoh's house and prayed to Yahweh (Exodus 8, 26)

  • who did as Moses had asked, and delivered Pharaoh, his officers and people from the horseflies. Not one horsefly was left. (Exodus 8, 27)

  • Yahweh said to Moses, "Go to Pharaoh and say to him, 'This is the message of Yahweh, the God of the Hebrews: Let my people go and offer sacrifices to me. (Exodus 9, 1)


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