• Michelle Gill

An Answer to Prayer - Duke (donkey) and Davey (duck)


one prop - string to act as fishing line

Duke - (appears and slowly "walks" back and forth across the stage area twice)

Ahh ~ the sun's going down ... my favorite time of day to walk down to the pond for a cool drink.

(again "walks" back and forth across the stage area twice)

Hmm ~ What's that white clump?

Davey - (during Duke's"walk" above, Davey has appeared and lays motionless to one side of the stage with string wound around his head and body)

Quack quack, Quack quack ... Quack quack, Quack quack.

​Duke - Davey, is that you?

Davey - Hi Duke.

Quack quack, Quack quack ... Quack quack, Quack quack.

Yes, it's me. I'm in a mess here.

Duke -You certainly are. What happened?

Davey - You see, I was diving down deep in the pond for a bite of my favorite curly leaf weeds and got tangled in this old fishing line.

​Can you help?

Duke - I sure can. My teeth are as sharp as scissors.

Just hold still for a minute.

(Duke pulls the string off Davey)

Davey - Quack quack, Quack quack ... Quack quack, Quack quack. (while Duke is pulling the string off)

Duke - There you are. All done.

Davey - Thank you, Duke. I was praying God would send me some help.

Duke - Wow! You're welcome.

So you think I'm an answer to your prayer?

Davey - Quack quack, Quack quack ... Quack quack, Quack quack.

Yep! Remember Jesus told his disciples that whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.

Duke - That's AWESOME, Davey. See ya later.

Davey - Yea ~ Good Night. See you tomorrow. (both disappear together)

THE END

Scripture Theme

"Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours." (Mark 11:24, NASB).

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