Exodus 8:4

4 They'll be all over you, all over everyone - frogs everywhere, on and in everything!'"

Exodus 8:4 Meaning and Commentary

Exodus 8:4

And the frogs shall come up both on thee, and upon thy people,
and upon thy servants.
] No doubt by the interposition of divine power and providence, and it may be by the ministry of angels; so that let them use what care, caution, and diligence they would, there was no keeping them out; but they came upon all the people of the land, high and low, rich and poor, and upon the king's ministers, courtiers, and nobles, and the king himself not excepted; though by this particular enumeration of him, his people, and servants, the children of Israel may be thought to be exempted from this plague, as R. Japhez observes; though Aben Ezra dislikes his remark, but it seems to be just.

Exodus 8:4 In-Context

2 If you refuse to release them, I'm warning you, I'll hit the whole country with frogs.
3 The Nile will swarm with frogs - they'll come up into your houses, into your bedrooms and into your beds, into your servants' quarters, among the people, into your ovens and pots and pans.
4 They'll be all over you, all over everyone - frogs everywhere, on and in everything!'"
5 God said to Moses, "Tell Aaron, 'Wave your staff over the rivers and canals and ponds. Bring up frogs on the land of Egypt.'"
6 Aaron stretched his staff over the waters of Egypt and a mob of frogs came up and covered the country.