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Script title: The Beggar And The King
Script Author JD: Profile | Scripts
Date uploaded: May 09 2004
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Description: Begining of 6 part series. Tommy is a beggar who just want's something to eat. When the king arrives, Tommy hopes for just a piece bread to eat and finds the bread of life instead.
Message from JD: This was written by a friend (permission obtained) who wrote this as a short story. My friend is a published author. All credit goes to God first and Kim second. Have a leader discuss the symbolism with the children. This is a versital script for all age groups. If you would like suggestions on how to encourage discussion with the kids email me.
Keywords: Adoption, Bible, Born again, Choice, Eternal Life, Family, God, Helping others, Jesus, Love, Mercy, Sacrifice, Salvation, VBS
Most appropriate ages:  From 3 yrs old, to 12 yrs old
Materials: Crown (bk crown will work), beggars clothes, kings robe
Number of puppets: 4
Number of non-puppets (ie humans): 1
Approximate running time: 3-5 (minutes)
Script language: English
Christian/Non-Christian/Either: Christian
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