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Sometimes You Get What You Need

Description: Story of two brothers who have falling out. A carpenter comes into their lives and straightens things out.

Average Rating:
8.6 (Very good)
36 votes
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Very useable (Rated by: Suzy) Posted February 11 2018

Rating: 10

Great idea (Rated by: Armond Hammer) Posted May 25 2016

Rating: 9

The concept is great. It might be tough to stage with puppets but I think might work better acted out with people.
Anger to Forgiveness (Rated by: vicky) Posted July 28 2012

Rating: 10

Jesus is the key to the broken relationship
oh (Rated by: ashlee) Posted July 24 2012

Rating: 2

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Loved the idea. Trying to figure out how to make a quick bridge on stage at youth camp. (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 26 2012

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 30 2011

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 22 2011

Rating: 8

I loved it!!!!!!!
No Heading (Rated by: April) Posted September 18 2008

Rating: 8

Thanks. I was looking for a simple and short skit for our new puppeteers for our lesson on forgiveness. This is perfect. It's a little wordy for the age of the kids I'm working with, age 5-10 so I may reword some, but having a narrator really helps explain the story and keep things moving without the usual gaps my puppeteers get into. Nice job.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted March 14 2008

Rating: 7

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No Heading (Rated by: Belinda Balbuena) Posted February 24 2008

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 14 2008

Rating: 9

Hi ! I'm so thrilled to have found your website...here I'm, reading one after another story and script....THANK YOU !
This is one that all ages can enjoy. (Rated by: ML) Posted January 6 2008

Rating: 10

Love it! Made just a few changes in the wording. I'm looking forward to using this one. This skit will not only have a positive impact on the children but also those older ones called 'grown ups'....
Thanks (Rated by: Terry) Posted December 6 2007

Rating: 10

I loved it! Easy to present with a good message! Thanks David. I'm also a nere'do well who came to my senses, and I mighty glad I did! Terry
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted December 6 2007

Rating: 10

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Great Skit (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted November 8 2007

Rating: 10

I have heard this story before and I love the reconciliation portrayed through the story. I am glad it was shared on this site.
this is great for arguing (Rated by: ash) Posted April 13 2007

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted April 8 2007

Rating: 6

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No Heading (Rated by: Jim Brooks) Posted May 25 2006

Rating: 9

I haven't this story for about ten years. And as a puppet show, I thought it was laid out and no chnce of misunderstanding the intent...bridge building.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 5 2006

Rating: 5

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No Heading (Rated by: Ken) Posted December 3 2005

Rating: 8

A telling short sketch worth developing
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted November 7 2005

Rating: 8

It has a message that children could understand, which I was looking for.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted September 24 2005

Rating: 10

very good
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted February 10 2005

Rating: 10

Excellent Story!!!
simple but touching (Rated by: J.White) Posted September 27 2004

Rating: 9

God gives us what we need, not what we think we want. I like the MS Word format in different colors.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted August 22 2004

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Pam) Posted April 27 2004

Rating: 9

I really like this script for it is both simple and clever at the same time. I would use this for adults especially.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted February 25 2004

Rating: 10

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Needs a little plot dev. (Rated by: Markus Wolf) Posted January 27 2004

Rating: 9

I really like this skit and the story, but you might consider writing in the reason for their conflict. It would make a stronger story and could help emphasize the superficialness of most of our strife.
No Heading (Rated by: Dave Marriott) Posted April 21 2003

Rating: 10

Inspiring and touching, kind of short and predictable though.
very very good. it will be used! (Rated by: pupet Master) Posted January 8 2003

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: clem noriega) Posted August 14 2002

Rating: 9

kind of wordy for little kids but excellent idea!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted July 21 2002

Rating: 9

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Lets Be bridge builders! (Rated by: Michele) Posted May 4 2002

Rating: 9

Wonderful story to us in Youth Church. Thanks
nice story (Rated by: Ed) Posted May 2 2002

Rating: 8

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Gave me shivers (Rated by: Richard) Posted May 1 2002

Rating: 9

That puppet play gave me shivers. Tonight I'll give my brother a call and try to build my own bridge.
Wisdom (Rated by: Jim Robinson) Posted April 28 2002

Rating: 9

Great script - there's wisdom here for all of us!

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