Slith Reads The Bible

  • Cast Number: 2
  • Run-time: 10 minutes
  • Bible Reference: Ephesians 6:10
Slith the puppet lizard finds out the value of God's word. We must learn from the Bible. The Armor of God is a place to understand what it will take to thwart the devil.

Sample of script:

Edie: Hi everyone! Slith and I want to talk to you about the importance of reading the Bible every day just like Slith does.

Slith: Yep yep yep I read my Bible everyday. Yes I do, every day. Yep, yep, yep.

Edie: But now that I come to think of it Slith, I’ve known you a long time and I’ve NEVER seen you reading the Bible. Are you sure you read the Bible every day?

Slith: Yep, yep, yep, I read my Bible every day, Yes I do, Yep, yep yep. B - I - B - L - E.
I read the cover every day Yep, yep, yep.

Edie: That’s not what I mean about reading the Bible. You need to open it and read what’s inside every day.

Slith: That sounds hard. Why for do you want to do that?

Edie: Do you ever get hungry Slith?

Slith: Yep, yep, yep. This Lizzard gets hungry and eats lots and lots of flies. MMMM good yep, yep, yep. That’s what I do I eat bugs and flies.

Edie: Bugs and flies, well OK. But your spirit gets hungry too. What do you feed your spirit.

Slith: Feed my spirit?

Edie: Yes! There once was an old hermit that lived up in the mountains. He had a white dog and a black dog. When he came down to get supplies, he bet the towns people that the white dog could beat the black dog. To the towns people it looked like and even match so they bet him and sure enough, the white dog won just like he said he would. A few months later the hermit came down again. Just like before he bet the towns people that one of his dogs would beat the other, but this time he bet that the black dog would win.

Slith: No, no, no I choose the white dog because he won before.

Edie: That’s just what the towns people thought too. They remembered the white dog won last time so they bet him and sure enough, just like he said the black dog won. This went on for a while. Each time he came down he’d bet one dog would beat the other and he was always right. Finally a young boy asked him how he knew which dog would win. He said it’s easy, it’s the dog I feed. You have to feed your spirit or it gets so weak the Devil can beat you up any time.

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