“Faults Prophecy” Skit Bit

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“Faults Prophecy”
copyright 2002 by Fred Passmore

“Skit Bits” are approximately one-minute mini-skits that you can do as sermon-starters or in between songs at your church service, or to start conversation at a youth meeting! They are offered for free on this site, to serve as samples that will introduce you to our script style and hopefully cause you to want to move up to the longer ones next time.

(Adapted from our Comedy CD “Prime Example’s Comedy Skits and Songs,” available here to buy.)

Listen below to a audio file of this skit from our CD for inspiration!

(Play the Skit Bits music open, below, as the players come onto the stage and take their positions.)

(If you are using the Supplemental Skit Trax CD, begin Track #34, the standard skitbit open music.)

(Two guys are standing at a table packing various items in cardboard boxes. One of them, Bill, after working a few moments, stretches and shakes his hands as if they are tired.)

Bill: “I feel like taking a break. Think I’ll see what my horoscope says for today…”

(He picks up a newspaper and sits down to read it.)

Jerry: “You mean horriblescope! Bill, you shouldn’t be looking to some superstition to know your future! You should trust the Lord and read His Word!

Bill: “Now, let’s not get into all that religious stuff again, Jerry.”

Jerry: “But astrology IS a religion! It’s people trusting in the stars instead of the Son…the Son of God!

Bill: I’m not gonna put my trust in someone I don’t know. But Madame Seer has a fortune-telling place right here in town!”

Jerry: “Bill, remember the boss said we have to have all orders filled before noon.”

Bill: “Aw, you’re doing okay with it.”

Jerry: (Sarcastic.) “Thanks a lot.” (He keeps working.)

Bill: “Let’s see, Virgo, Libra… here it is; Pisces! Listen to this, Madame Seer is always right on the money!”

Jerry: “Bill, they’re giving the same reading for millions of people! It’s impossible! If it’s ever right it’s just dumb luck.”

Bill: “Then today must be my lucky day! Listen: ‘You will experience a life-changing event today. Your work will finally be rewarded. Watch for an unexpected door to open.”

(A door opens and the Boss, Mr. Boyle, charges in.)

The Boss: (Shouting angrily.) “Bill!

(Bill jumps up, startled and guilty, trashing the newspaper and trying to hide it.)

Bill: “Mr. Boyle!”

The Boss: “Caught you goofing off again! YOU’RE FIRED!”

(If you are using the Supplemental Skit Trax CD, begin Track #35, the standard skitbit close music.)

(Music out: “Skit Bits Music Close” Hint: Play the outro music IMMEDIATELY upon the delivery of the last line for maximum impact! Nothing kills a funny moment faster than a flubbed or delayed musical cue! Have the actors beat it offstage as quickly also, as the music begins.)

(Click here to download a PDF file of this script that you can print and use.)

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Dramatic Plays:
Our plays range from 20 minutes all the way up to 80 minutes. They are written to engage the viewer, make them think, to impact the emotions, and present the Gospel in such a way that they perceive it as meeting the needs of their life. The aim is to bless the believer, and give the person that has never made a decision for Christ a desire to invite Him into their life.

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