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Unused Gifts

Description: Jubilee wants to make a special cupboard to lock away her pretty new Bible so it won't get dirty. Melba uses the Parable of the Talents to demonstrate that the Word of God is a treasure to be put to work in the world, not locked away for safekeeping.

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No Heading (Rated by: ) Posted February 13 2019

Rating: 3

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Very useable w minimal resources (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted November 19 2017

Rating: 8

The character names are curious / odd. but the script itself is sound and readily useable, and a good rendering of the parable of the talents.
Two puppets (Rated by: Tony Borders) Posted March 2 2011

Rating: 10

Makes a great ventriloquist skit, with the vent holding the puppet's new Bible. I like the concept of "it's intended to be put to use" and relating it to the story of the Talents!

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