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Rod of Moses and Aaron

The rod of MosesThe rod of Aaron
(Ex 4:2-4) – Turned his rod into a snake(Ex 4:30) – Turned his rod into a snake
(Ex 9:22-23) – Used his rod to bring the 7th plague of hail(Ex 7:10-12) – Turned his rod into a snake
(Ex 10:12-13) – Used his rod to bring the 8th plague of locusts(Ex 7:19-21) – Used his rod to turn the water of the Nile to blood (1st plague)
(Ex 10:21-22) – Likely (doesn’t say “rod”) used his rod to bring the 9th plague of darkness(Ex 8:5-7) – Used his rod to bring the 2nd plague of frogs
(Ex 14:16,21) – Used his rod to part the Red Sea, (Ex 14:26-27), and close it(Ex 8:16-17) – Used his rod to bring the 3rd plague of lice
(Ex 17:5-7) – Used his rod to bring water from the rock in Horeb(Num 17:8) – Caused his rod to bud with almonds ***
(Ex 17:8-15) – Used his rod to help the Israelites win the war against the Amalelites
(Num 20:8-13) – Used his rod to bring water from the rock in Kadesh

*** Aaron’s rod which budded was placed in the Ark of the Covenant (Heb 9:4)(Num 17:10).

     Aside from the rods of Moses and Aaron, I could only find one more instance in the Bible where a rod (staff) was supernaturally used, and that was the staff of the Angel of the Lord (likely Jesus) (Judg 6:21).

https://jesusalive.cc/ques465.htm

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