The Tale of two kings

 

Narrator: David was God’s kind of King
David: God does not look at outward appearance
Narrator: Saul was Man’s kind of king
Saul: (Action)
Narrator: David was a man after God’s own heart
David: As a deer longs for water so my soul longs after you
Narrator: Saul was a man after people’s praise
Saul: Why? Aren’t people praising me?
Narrator: David was kind and benevolent
David: (Action)
Narrator: Saul was cruel
Saul: I will kill David (Action)
Narrator: David was forgiving
David: We shouldn’t kill the Lord’s anointed
Narrator: Saul was unforgiving
Saul: That fellow… David must die
Narrator: David repented
David: I know my transgressions and my sin is always before me. Against you, you only have I sinned and done evil in your sight
Narrator: When confronted Saul lied
Saul: Did I….? No!
Narrator: David was courageous.
David: Let no man’s heart fail. I will go and fight the Philistine
Narrator: Saul was fearful
Saul: Sorry…. I can’t fight Goliath.
Narrator: David was at peace with God
David: (Action)
Narrator: Saul was separated from God.
Saul: (Action)
Narrator: David’s kingship was eternal
David: (Action)
Narrator: Saul’s kingship was rejected.
Saul: (Action)
(Adapted from Life Application Bible, Zondervan. This skit was written specifically to aid my sermon titled: Leadership lifestyle)

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