An Image of Perfection

  • Cast Number: 1
  • Run-time: 4 minutes
  • Bible Reference: Genesis 2:21-25
Christian women deserve a good self-image
As women, we battle daily the war of self image. Society tells us the way we should look and the mirror tells us the way we really do look.
As Christian women, how could we have poor self image, when we were created in the image of perfection?

Costume:
The actress should be wearing a long, simple robe. She should have a clay pitcher, with which she will be gathering water.

Sample of script:

Scene opens with Eve kneeling down on the floor. She is motioning with her pitcher that she is gathering water. She stops suddenly, puts her pitcher aside and bends down further to look at her reflection in the water.

Eve, still looking into the water:
Perfect, huh? I don’t think that is quite right.

Stands up and holds pitcher as she continues talking to herself.

Eve: How can that be, really? How could I be made perfect? The Lord said that He made Adam and I perfect, in His own image. So, how could it be that I don’t feel perfect? If Adam and I are perfect, then how come we don’t look exactly the same? What is perfect?

I know there will some day be many women after me. Perhaps they will all be made perfect. I’m sure they will never struggle with the feelings of having faults and inadequacies. Maybe God improves on us humans with time. That’s it – God starts off slow, but He’ll gradually get the hang of things!

Pauses and thinks for a moment.

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