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Nov 17, 2018

High Forgiveness [forgiveness skit]

Brief: A skit to introduce the topic of Forgiveness

Performance: Castle Hill Seventh-day Adventist Church - November  17, 2018
[Grudge and Joy are voice-over parts with two miming actors]

Captain voice-over: Ladies and gentlemen, I’ve now turned off the seat-belt light and our cabin crew will come around shortly with some drinks.

[Flight attendant comes and delivers drinks but spills them equally over the two people seated]

Flight attendant: I’m so sorry!

Grudge: Unbelievable! I can’t believe this just happened.

Joy: Unbelievable! I can’t believe this just happened. Oh well, I guess accidents happen.

Grudge: Call yourself a flight attendant? More like a flight offendant.

Joy: Well it’s a long flight, I’d better try and get some sleep.

Grudge: I’ll be talking to your supervisor about this. This will be your last flight with this airline if I can help it.

Joy: I can’t wait to get home and see my family again.

Grudge: Seriously how hard is it to hand someone a drink without spilling it all over them.

[minor break, with silence]

Flight attendant: Hot chocolate?

Joy: Oh, that sounds nice

Grudge: You’d better not spill it all over me again. Stupid attendant.

Joy: Smells nice

Gudge: I’m definitely posting your name on the airline’s Facebook page as soon as we land. I hope you never work in this industry again.

Joy: Hey, we're nearly home! Great!

Grudge: Looks like we're nearly home. I’d better get my bag.

[attendant comes past as Grudge stands up and he accidentally spills his drink over the attendant ]

Attendant: Whoops! These things happen. No harm done. I trust you both enjoyed your flight.


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