Browsing All posts tagged under »Jesus«


May 13, 2012


Girl     I like stuff. To own things, have them, earn them, buy them…mine. My stuff. I collect, like a magpie. Or so I’m told…(she gets distracted by an object) Oooh shiney. (she picks it up and pockets it) It’s a tendency, a quirk, we’ve all got them…Everyone’s got something. (she smiles) I’ve got several. Beat. […]


May 3, 2012


ME  Identity…I-dentity. Who I am, right? Who I am. What I am. What I aim to be.., as a, as a, as a person? As a, as a, as an entity. Identity. I’m meant to be my own. Me… Beat. See, see, philosophically I’m, I’m, I’m ready to be what I’m ready to be. What […]

Will for a friend…

April 12, 2012


O’ I long to call you ‘brother’, for ’tis much more than friend,Thicker than blood ’tis understood, a bond beyond, and without end.O’ I wish to call you ‘sister’, and in glory with you be,To weep and joy, new faith employ, until the Lord we see.O’ I desire to call you brethren, the time draweth […]

What can I give? Deut 16:16

April 11, 2012


          Catching up on Biblesync again today, and was struck by this in Deutaronomy: “Three times a year shall all your males appear before the Lord your God in the place which He choses: at the feast of Unleavened Bread, at the Feast of Weeks, and at the Feast of Tabernacles ‘or’ […]

Are we ready to invest? Luke 12:34

April 9, 2012


  “Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also”…If we labour towards making a product, giving it everything we have, it shows. A successful business is built up with passion and fervour – it cannot expect the same level of success if the heart of the labourer isn’t in it. Products are sold […]


February 5, 2012


The following dialogue should be staged simply, by two people of the same age, and preferably the same sex. It begins quite calm – like ‘I’m a PC…and I’m a Mac…’ ONE I’m an atheist… TWO And I’m a Christian… ONE I believe in logic and reason. TWO That’s funny. Me too. ONE You believe […]


February 5, 2012


NEHEMIAH ONE The Citadel. The scene is set with rhythm, and a military feel. Drums/percussion may be used to emphasise this. Four guards march through the audience to the rhythm. They make a procession through, and then begin to march around the outside. After a while, they station themselves. NARRATOR In the twentieth year of […]