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Trust - Script
« on: November 21, 2012, 06:31:00 PM »
1 As children come in, let them watch some children from your class who are, in pairs, guiding each other carefully round an obstacle course of benches, chairs and similar bits of furniture. One member of each pair is blindfolded. Their partner walks close beside them, holding their hand if they want, and talking them through the obstacle ahead and how to get round it.

2 Ask everyone what the blindfolded person had to do to get round the course. They had to trust the person leading them, even when they couldn’t see where they were going.

Thank your class and let them sit down.

3 So trust means believing someone enough to act on what they tell you. Here is a story about three people who trusted God enough to do something really brave for him.

Have children take the parts of the three friends, Nebuchadnezzar, the musicians (armed with party squeakers or percussion instruments), two astrologers, two strong soldiers and the stranger, and act the story out as you tell it. You could have a chair for the king’s throne, a netball post for the statue and a gym mat for the furnace.

There were once three friends with very unusual names: Shadrach, Meschach and Abednego. They lived far away from their real home. They lived in the land of Babylon long before Jesus was born. And the king of Babylon was called Nebuchadnezzar. Now Nebuchadnezzar ordered a huge golden statue to be built and set up where everyone could see it. He ordered that every time the musicians played, everyone in Babylon had to fall down and worship the statue. If they didn’t they would be thrown into a fiery furnace.

So every time the instruments played, everyone fell down and worshipped the golden statue. Everyone that is, except the three friends, Shadrach, Meschach and Abednego. They stayed standing up, even when everyone around them was flat on the ground, because they worshipped God.

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