0/100 Points
The Frog Plague and Kiddush Hashem

The Frog Plague and Kiddush Hashem

by Hadassah Levy on Mar 21, 2017

Did you know that the mitzvah of kiddush hashem was strengthened by the actions of the frogs in Egypt?

Frogs and Kiddush Hashem

The Talmud tells us that Chanania, Mishael and Azaria took a lesson from the frogs. They were unsure whether they should bow down to idols or be thrown into a hot furnace, but then they remembered that the frogs who plagued Egypt jumped willingly into hot furnaces in order to demonstrate the greatness of Hashem. They understood that they too must forfeit their lives al kiddush hashem.

Chol hamoed Pesach is an excellent time to make a kiddush hashem on family and group trips.

Watch this video to learn how YOU can be Hashem’s ambassador in the world:

Click here to watch the rest of the Kiddush Hashem series.

Torah Live
sign up today
and enjoy some Torah Live videos — FREE
Engaging, enriching kosher videos
Relevant and relatable courses for today’s kids
100% guilt-free screen time (buh-bye, Minecraft)