כנים which means Lice, is the third plague that was brought upon the Egyptians. Although people look at the ten plagues as physical devastation, it didn't only affect them in that way.The Egyptians suffered in a deeper way than it appears. It affected the way that they lived their life. For instance, each plague challenged what they believed in. Turning the water into blood makes G-d a higher- level than the god of the river that they believed in. This idea can be applied throughout the ten plagues. We can even understand how this must have affected Pharaoh. Pharaoh saw how the plagues challenged the gods he believed in.
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