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  • John The Baptist: Dramatic Monolog

    Contributed by Dean O'bryan on Jul 12, 2006
    based on 21 ratings
     | 5,471 views

    This is a monolog I wrote for a student at a Christian High School, then later I performed it myself. It incorporates John’s message, first of repentance, then of pointing people to Jesus as the Messiah.

    Introduction (I had someone read this before I came to the platform) It was a dark and discouraging time in Israel. A time of cultural and political unrest. But for men and women who knew God and were sensitive to Him, it was a time for prayer and seeking, a time of hope that He was about to ...read more

  • A Soldier's Story

    Contributed by William Groover on Mar 5, 2002
    based on 83 ratings
     | 4,854 views

    Dramatic monologue in the form of a letter written home by the Centurion who crucified Jesus.

    "A Soldier’s Letter Home" Dr. Bill Groover Copyright 1997 From Claudius, son of Marcus, Legionnaire in the Imperial Army of Caesar--former Legionnaire in the Imperial Army of Caesar. To my beloved parents and family in Neapolis. May this letter find you in good ...read more

  • Five Seconds After Death

    Contributed by Tim Huie on Apr 17, 2008
    based on 10 ratings
     | 3,055 views

    What happens to an unbeliever when they die? Jesus answers that question in a dramatic way!

    1. Illus. of my ministry • First funeral was Jewell Wrenn. As they lowered her body into the ground, I couldn’t help but think to myself, “Where is she? What is she experiencing?” 2. You and I are born to die. We try to distract ourselves from that fact, but nevertheless it is true. From the ...read more

  • Why I Know Jesus Is Alive!

    Contributed by Brian Atwood on Apr 12, 2001
    based on 261 ratings
     | 9,650 views

    A sermon presented in dramatic form as if being presented by the Apostle Thomas.

    I want to thank the pastor for inviting me to speak this Easter Sunday. I’ve been told a lot of people identify with me. Maybe after you hear my story you’ll identify with me also. Now I know there’s a derogatory nickname for me going around - "Doubting Thomas". Actually that really doesn’t ...read more

  • The Spirit Who Changes Us Series

    Contributed by Joel Curry on Jan 15, 2002
    based on 75 ratings
     | 5,314 views

    Dramatic changes took place in the church at Corinth when the Corinthian Christians they allowed the Holy Spirit to do His work.

    As you will recall from earlier studies in our series about the books of First and Second Corinthians, Paul has had extensive dealings with the church at Corinth. He established the church around 52 A.D. when he first went to Corinth, and he lived in Corinth for a year and a half to help the ...read more

  • Get Real Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Mar 16, 2002
    based on 73 ratings
     | 13,361 views

    Moses dramatically changed at one point of his life. How and why did it happen?

    OPENING: Arthur Tonne tells of an overnight visitor to the White House during the Coolidge administration. Calvin Coolidge was not one of the warmest people to be around - he was well known for his brevity and taciturn nature. Seated at breakfast with President, the visitor determined to attempt ...read more

  • The Thrill Of Victory Or The Agony Of Defeat?

    Contributed by Ted Sutherland on Mar 13, 2006
    based on 122 ratings
     | 48,306 views

    In our text, Paul is describing his own personal struggle with sin. This is the most dramatic testimony of Paul’s struggle with sin.

    THE THRILL OF VICTORY, THE AGONY OF DEFEAT Romans 7:14-25 I. Paul’s Dilemma, 14-20 A. The Problem Pin-Pointed, (14) B. The Problem Paralleled 14-17 & 18-20 are parallels 1. Each section begins with a frank acknowledgment of our condition, of what we are in ourselves and of what ...read more

  • The Question That Condemned Jesus - (Whose Line Is It?) Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Mar 9, 2003
    based on 146 ratings
     | 5,644 views

    There was one phrase that Jesus never used of Himself... but when others used it, dramatic things would happen. What was that phrase?

    OPEN: A Jewish father was concerned about his son. He had not truly raised him to be grounded in the faith of Judaism… So, hoping to remedy this he sent his son to Israel so the boy could experience his heritage. A year later the young man returned home. He said, "Father, thank you for sending ...read more

  • A Vew From The Cross

    Contributed by William Nieporte on May 17, 2005
    based on 59 ratings
     | 14,780 views

    A first-person dramatic monolouge for Good Friday based on what might have been the thoughts of the centurion guard at the foot of the cross.

    A View From The Cross: “Father, Forgive Them” Good Friday Meditation – 2005 Dr. Bill Nieporte, Pastor, Red Bank Baptist Church Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Claudius. You can call me Claude. I am a professional soldier in the Roman army. I enlisted as soon as they’d take me ...read more

  • The Lord's Supper

    Contributed by Neil Olcott on Feb 1, 2007
    based on 10 ratings
     | 17,430 views

    This is a dramatic worship service where music, directed prayer, and Biblical teaching all come together to create the worship experience.

    Date: November 5th 2006 Title: We need to remember! Bible Text: Subject: Complement: Main Idea: Intro: PREPARATION The Bible tells us that it was the first day of the feast of unleavened bread, the disciples came to Jesus and asked, "Where do you want us to make preparations for you ...read more

  • Bartimaeus Series

    Contributed by Byron Harvey on Apr 29, 2003
    based on 230 ratings
     | 24,594 views

    This is the first in a 5-part series I did on witnesses to the life and ministry of Christ. Each message was prefaced with a dramatic monologue.

    MONOLOGUE (Holding dirty coat in hands; speaks as if to a person who has brought him the old coat) Man, where’d you find this thing? C’mon, where’d you get it? I never thought I’d see this old thing again! You think I’ve got a use for it now? Man, it’s old and ratty and dirty; I don’t know ...read more

  • Three Plus One Equals Infinity Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 14, 2002
    based on 39 ratings
     | 2,790 views

    Dramatic monologue, done as if I were Daniel, reporting on his three friends in the fiery furnace. Focus on spiritual identity in a power-hungry world.

    (Singing) “When through fiery trials thy pathway shall lie, His grace, all-sufficient, shall be thy supply. The flame shall not hurt thee, He only designs thy dross to consume and thy gold to refine.” Whew! Does it seem hot in here to you? Does it feel as though the very fires of hell are ...read more

  • Encountering The Holy

    Contributed by Steven Dow on Aug 24, 2002
    based on 374 ratings
     | 30,076 views

    What the church needs more than anything else is a dramatic encounter with the holiness of God to arouse us from our sin induced slumber.

    WORSHIP: ENCOUNTERING THE HOLY Isaiah 6:1-8 August 25, 2002 Introduction: Raccoons go through a glandular change at about 24 months. After that they often attack their owner. Since a 30-pound raccoon can be equal to a 100-pound dog in a scrap, a zoo keeper felt compelled to mention the ...read more

  • The Roman Centurion's View Of The Cross

    Contributed by Matthew Sickling on Apr 5, 2007
    based on 15 ratings
     | 10,454 views

    This is a dramatic monolgue of the Roman Centurion and some of what He may have seen and thought about the events surrounding the crucifixion and resurection of Christ.

    Title: The Roman Centurion’s view of the Cross Text: Mark 15:21-39 Date: 4/5/2007: Location: Franklin AARP I expected nothing but a routine day of work for my men and me. Jerusalem was for the most part "easy duty." Our job was to keep the peace and preserve law and order. However, ...read more

  • Still Lord Even At His Arrest Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Sep 22, 2005
    based on 50 ratings
     | 15,828 views

    Expository sermon explores the majesty of Christ even during His time of humiliation: 1. His Decision 2. His Demeanor 3. His Demonstration of power 4. His Dramatic healing of Malcus.

    Still Lord Even at His Arrest Fortifying the Foundations #38 John 18:1-11[1] 6-27-04 Intro In our study of John’s gospel we come this morning to the story of Jesus’ arrest. Here we see Jesus. We see him fully in control of his destiny. We see him full of majesty and authority even ...read more