Exodus 8 is the eighth chapter of the Book of Exodus in the Bible. In this chapter, God continues to demonstrate His power and authority over Pharaoh and the Egyptians by sending a plague of frogs upon the land. The plague is so severe that Pharaoh is forced to call upon Moses and Aaron to ask them to intercede with God on his behalf. Moses and Aaron then pray to God, and He responds by removing the plague.
This chapter serves as a reminder of God's power and authority over all things. He is able to bring about great destruction and suffering, but He is also able to bring about great mercy and deliverance. Pharaoh is humbled by the plague and is willing to negotiate with Moses and Aaron, showing that God is in control. This chapter also serves as a reminder of the importance of prayer and intercession. Moses and Aaron are able to intercede with God on behalf of Pharaoh, and God responds by removing the plague. This is a powerful reminder that prayer is an effective way to communicate with God and to seek His help in times of need.