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A monologue program featuring slaves of Jerusalem
By: Sheri Lynn EssianADD TO WISH LIST
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Running Time: 20 minutes
Speaking Cast: 2 females, 4 males, 6 total cast
Age range: All ages
Bible verses: Matthew 21:1-17, Luke 22:50-51, Matthew 27:11-26, Mark 15:42-46, Luke 24:13-32
If you really want to know what's going on, just ask the help. These behind-the-scenes servants were the eyes and ears of Jerusalem in the turbulent days leading up to the Crucifixion: Demetrius, the high priest's slave who observed the Triumphal Entry; Malchus, who went from military slave to brother in the Lord when his ear was healed; Miriam, a slave girl in the courtyard of the high priest who heard Peter deny Christ; Asher, Pilate's slave, who witnessed Jesus' trial; Benjamin, Joseph of Arimathea's slave, who was sent to the marketplace to get spices and linen for Jesus' burial in his master's tomb and Sarah, a slave in Cleopas' Emmaus home who prepared a meal for Jesus. Each slave experiences a moment of personal epiphany as his or her life intersects with the Messiah, transforming their work—and their lives—into a labor of love.


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