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6-12岁*短剧 | 不怜悯人的仆人 PARABLE OF THE UNMERCIFUL SERVANT



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介绍

孩子们表演一个短剧,教导他们要怜悯他人,因为神怜悯了我们。(六到七人的小品:2位叙述者,国王,3位仆人和1位监狱卫兵)


主题

神的品格,认识神,怜悯


材料

皇冠(国王)

长袍(仆人1)

腰带(仆人2)

头巾(仆人3)

塑料剑(卫兵)


时间

约10分钟


(国王坐在椅子上,仆人1走近。仆人3和监狱卫兵站在国王旁边。)

叙述者1:从前有一位国王,他希望他的债务得到偿还。因此,一个欠他一万袋黄金的仆人谦卑地走近他,乞求怜悯,因为他无法偿还债务。

国王:我的黄金在哪里?

仆人1:(在国王的脚边鞠躬。)我无法偿还我的债务。

国王:那么我命令你和你的全家被卖为奴隶来偿还我。

仆人1:请您耐心等待,怜悯我!我会偿还我欠的一切。

国王:(摩挲着下巴。)好吧。我怜悯你,取消你的债务。你可以走了。

叙述者2: 这个仆人兴奋地离开了,因为他的债务被取消了。


(监狱卫兵和仆人3跟着仆人1。)

叙述者1:仆人离开国王后,他遇到了一个欠他钱的仆人,他突然愤怒起来。

仆人1:(对着仆人2挥舞拳头。)你欠我100枚银币!现在就给我!

仆人2:请您耐心等待,怜悯我!我会偿还我欠的一切。

仆人1:(示意监狱卫兵。)我不会怜悯你!把这个人扔进监狱,直到他偿还债务。

监狱卫兵:是的,长官。


(监狱卫兵拉着仆人2的胳膊将他带走。仆人3对仆人1感到震惊并开始说话。)

仆人3:这不对!我要告诉国王。

叙述者2:其他仆人因为他们的朋友被扔进监狱而感到愤怒,因为第一个仆人得到了国王的怜悯,但他不肯怜悯别人。

仆人3:(和仆人1以及监狱卫兵紧随其后来到国王的宝座前。)你曾经怜悯过这个仆人,并取消了他的债务,但现在他因为别人欠他债就将他扔进了监狱。

国王:这是真的吗?

仆人1:是的,这是真的。

国王:你这个邪恶的仆人!你乞求我怜悯,我取消了你的债务。现在我听说你因为同样的原因把别人关进了监狱?为什么你不像我对你那样对待他呢?监狱卫兵,请把他带走。

监狱卫兵:是的,长官。

叙述者1:因此,这个仆人被带走受刑,因为他得到了如此多的怜悯,却不肯怜悯别人。

叙述者2:马太福音18章也说,如果我们不怜悯他人,神也会审判我们。因为祂为我们做了这么多,我们应该速地怜悯和宽恕他人。


应用:

向班上解释,这个短剧来自耶稣在马太福音18:23-35中讲的关于怜悯的寓言(一个寓意深远的故事)。在扮演角色之前先练习朗读,在需要时可以讨论。然后表演短剧,并提以下问题进行讨论:

  1. 国王在这个寓言中代表谁?(神)

  2. 仆人1代表谁?(我们)

  3. 谁有更大的债务——仆人1还是仆人2?(仆人1)

  4. 那么我们为什么要怜悯他人呢?(因为神给了我们更多的怜悯)





*** 英文版 *******


PARABLE OF THE UNMERCIFUL SERVANT

The children will participate in a skit that teaches them to give mercy to others because God has given mercy to us. (A skit for six to seven people: 2 Narrators, King, 3 Servants, and 1 Prison Guard) by Leah Pittsinger

TOPICS:

Character of God, Knowing God, Mercy

MATERIALS:

Crown (King)Robe (Servant 1)Belt (Servant 2)Head Sash (Servant 3)Plastic sword (Guard)Skit handout [PDF] Click here

DURATION:

Approximately 10 minutes

 

 

(The King sits down on a chair as Servant 1 approaches. Servant 3 and the Prison Guard stand near the King.)

 

 

Narrator 1


There once was a King who wanted his debts to be repaid. Therefore, a servant who owed him ten thousand bags of gold humbly approached him to beg for mercy because he couldn’t repay his debt.

 

 

King:

Where is my gold?

 

 

Servant 1


(Bowing at the King’s feet.) I cannot pay my debt.

 

 

King:

Then I order that you and your entire family be sold as slaves to repay me.

 

 

Servant 1

Please be patient and have mercy on me! I will pay back everything I owe.

 

 

King:

(Rubbing his chin.) Very well. I will have pity on you and cancel your debt. You may go.

 

 

Narrator 2

The servant left with excitement because his debt had been cancelled.

 

 

(The Prison Guard and Servant 3 follow Servant 1.)

 

 

Narrator 1

As the servant left the King’s presence, he met another servant who owed him money and suddenly became angry.

 

 

Servant 1

(Shaking his fist at Servant 2.) You owe me 100 silver coins! Give them to me now!

 

 

Servant 2

Please be patient and have mercy on me! I will pay back everything I owe.

 

 

Servant 1

(Motioning to the Prison Guard.) I will not have mercy on you! Throw this man into prison until he repays his debt.

 

 

Prison Guard

Yes Sir.

 

 

(The Prison Guard takes Servant 2 by the arm and leads him away. Servant 3 is shocked at Servant 1's behaviour and speaks out.)

 

 

Servant 3

This isn’t right! I’m going to tell the King.

 

 

Narrator 2

The other servants were angry when their friend was thrown into jail because the first servant was given mercy by the King but wouldn’t give mercy to someone else.

 

 

Servant 3

(Arriving at the King's throne with Servant 1 and the Prison Guard following closely behind.) You gave this servant mercy and cancelled his debt, but now he has thrown someone into prison for the debt they owe him.

 

 

King

Is this true?

 

 

Servant 1

Yes, it is true.

 

 

King

You wicked servant! You begged me for mercy, and I cancelled your debt. Now, I hear that you put someone else in prison for the very same reason? Why didn’t you have mercy on him like I did to you? Prison Guard, please take him away.

 

 

Prison Guard

Yes, sir.

 

 

Narrator 1

So the servant was led away to be tortured because he had received so much mercy but would not give mercy to someone else.

 

 

Narrator 2

The Bible says in Matthew 18 that God will also judge us if we will not give mercy to others. Because He has done so much for us, we should be quick to give mercy and forgive.

Application:


Explain to the class that this skit is from a parable (an earthly story with a spiritual message) that Jesus told about mercy in Matthew 18:23-35. Practice reading the skit before acting out the parts and add input where needed. Then perform the skit and ask the following discussion questions:

1. Who does the King represent in this parable? (God.)

2. Who does Servant 1 represent? (Us.)

3. Who had the greater debt – Servant 1 or Servant 2? (Servant 1.)

4. So why should we give mercy to others? (Because God has given us even more mercy.)


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