The God of Israel is greater than all other Egyptian Gods and Goddesses.
God reached out to the Egyptian people. He showed them his power in ways they understood and could not ignore, He demonstrated the futility and falseness of their religion, and He offered them every opportunity to turn to Him.
a. Hapi: god of the Nile
a. Heket, Hekhet, or Heqt: Egyptian goddess of Fertility,Water, Renewal; frog-headed
3. Gnats or Lice from dust
a. Geb: Egyptian god of the Earth; also
b. Khepri: Egyptian god of creation, movement of theSun, rebirth; beetle-headed
c. Thoth: one time considered god of magic,failed along with magicians (or priests) to duplicateconjuring of gnats or lice.
4. Flies (gadflies)
movement of the Sun, rebirth; beetle-headed
5. Cattle/livestock disease
a. Hathor: goddess of love and protection; possiblyabsorbed Bat, the cow-headed goddess.
b. bull cult gods Apis, Buchis, and Mneuis
c. bulls sometimes considered embodiment of Ptah and Ra
a. Isis: goddess of medicine and peace
b. Im-Hotep: real person turned deity, patron of wisdom and medicine
c. Sekhmet: lion-headed deity of plagues, believed tobring about or prevent epidemics or pestilence
a. Nut: Sky goddess
b. Shu: god of air; associated with calm or cooling
c. Tefnut: goddess of water/moisture; linked to sun and moon
d. Seth: associated primarily with chaos
a. Senehem: possibly locust-headed, god of protectionfrom ravages of pests
a. Ra or Amon-Ra: god of the sun
b. Horus: sky god; sun was his right eye, moon his left.
10. Death of the firstborn
b. Min: god of reproduction
c. Ra: god who was believed to create all things
d. Anubis: god of the dead and embalming;Ex 11:7 refers to no dogs barking,possibly referring to jackal(or dog)-headedAnubis having no power over Israelites during this plague.