In this “rewind skit” two, not-so-mature, elderly Christians claim “Papa” as a dependent on their taxes, although he has been dead for 20 years, and set up a sermon on sanctification vs. hypocrisy: living with integrity, not professing one thing and living another.
Good Deeds – (Electronic)
This is a ”Rewind Skit” in which Maribell and Elizabeth, two elderly sisters, gossip furiously about their friend Amandas drinking problem, while overtly cheating on their income tax by claiming that they are sole support of an aging parent, who has been dead for 20 years!
At the end of their scene, they freeze as the pastor comments on living a life of integrity once we profess Christ as Lord of our lives. Sanctification is expressed in moment-by-moment living. On the pastors cue, the sisters rewind their scene by performing their blocking backwards, as carousel music or the hymn, Since Jesus Came Into My Life, is played.
This time, the sisters comment on the blessings Amanda has enjoyed since they helped her get rid of her drinking problem, and they lament the fact that they …cant claim Papa like we used to, because, after all, ”We mustn’t cheat.” The pastor continues with a sermon on sanctification vs. hypocrisy: living with integrity, not professing one thing and living another.
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Sanctification vs. hypocrisy
Youth, adult, family
2 elderly women
A comic look at living the Christian life with integrity., Presents the tension between "worldly" living and "holy" living., Excellent for a sermon on sanctification, integrity, and honesty., Electronic Script – No Shipping Required!