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  • Fish On The Fire

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Jun 6, 2001
    based on 143 ratings
     | 7,384 views

    First person narrative from Peter’s perspective

  • A Centurion's Story Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Apr 16, 2006
    based on 38 ratings
     | 14,266 views

    A first person portrayal of the Centurion who proclaimed "Surely this was the Son Of God."

    (Everything listed in parenthesis is either a stage direction or a comment meant to give information that was not verbalized as part of the actor’s monologue. Items used for this presentation were: a rented centurion outfit, a short sword, a cat of 9 tails, and a tube of tanning cream to give the ...read more

  • Joseph's Tenacious Love Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Dec 24, 2006
    based on 14 ratings
     | 32,085 views

    A first-person narrative of Joseph, showing his dilemma and his decision.

    Joseph’s Tenacious Love Matthew 1:18-25 Rev. Brian Bill 12/24/06 [Note: A spike was placed under every chair in the auditorium] It’s a bit awkward for me to be speaking to you today because I’m known as a man of very few words. I may look like one of your long-winded pastors but my name ...read more

  • A Burning Conversation

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Mar 12, 2002
    based on 65 ratings
     | 4,707 views

    A first person sermon from Moses perspective. It tells of who he was and why he made the decisions he made.

    A BURNING CONVERSATION (An Impersonation) NEEDED: White wig & beard (paste on beard), staff and middle east garb with slanting accent towel tucked into belt TEXT: (Read by another) Exodus 3:1-6 THRUST OF MESSAGE - Moses had been a man who did not need God, but who changed once he met him at the ...read more

  • What Happened To Me Last Friday Series

    Contributed by Joel Schulz on Apr 11, 2001
    based on 213 ratings
     | 9,449 views

    This is a unique first-person narrative sermon from the viewpoint of the Centurion at the cross who exclaimed "Truly this is the Son of God!"

    "WHAT HAPPENED TO ME LAST FRIDAY" Last Friday was a day I’ll never forget. I had to oversee three crucifixions. In and of itself, there was nothing unusual about that. I’ve had a lot more than that on one day - I’ve spent longer days at Golgotha. But last Friday I clocked six hours there ...read more

  • How Do You Say Thank You To A King

    Contributed by Michael Deaton on Nov 20, 2000
    based on 476 ratings
     | 16,878 views

    First Person Narrative of Leper who went back to say thank you for healing.

    How do you thank a King? Luke 17:11-19 It's been three weeks since my wife touched me again. It had been three long years. I didn't know if I would ever feel her touch again. I didn't know if I would ever feel the touch of another human being ever again during those three years. But then ...read more

  • A Guy Named Steve Series

    Contributed by David Ward on Dec 21, 2004
    based on 20 ratings
     | 1,619 views

    A first-person narrative as Stephen. Big Idea: wherever you go, God will be with you.

    “A Guy Named Steve” Acts 6:8—8:1 (Introduction) Good morning! Oh, that’s much better—thank you. My name is Stephen, but you may call me Steve if you’d rather. I guess we’re here for me to share my story with you folks. Have any of you heard of me before? You know me as the first martyr. ...read more

  • A Vew From The Cross

    Contributed by William Nieporte on May 17, 2005
    based on 59 ratings
     | 14,716 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

  • Supper With The Savior

    Contributed by Larry Thompson on Aug 13, 2005
    based on 16 ratings
     | 5,660 views

    This is a monologue done in first person by David and is a reinactment of Psalm 51 presented in modern day situation and dialogue.

    “Supper with the Savior” Monologue from Psalm 51 Created by ©Dr. Larry L. Thompson (2005) Scene opens with modern day David entering stage area where you find a table for two that is stylishly set representing an upscale restaurant. David enters with brief case speaking as if talking to the ...read more

  • He's Always The Same!

    Contributed by Bramwell Hayes on Nov 3, 2005
    based on 45 ratings
     | 2,301 views

    A first person narrative of the story of Jonah, focussing on God’s propensity to forgive repentant sinners, and believers’ resentment of this

    I knew that this would happen! I just knew it! God is always the same! He is always merciful and full of grace. He always forgives people who repent! Even Assyrian scum-bags! There I was, minding my own business, working as an ordinary prophet and preacher in Gath Hephron when along came God and ...read more

  • The Da Vinci Code: Fact Or Fiction (Part Four: Mary Magdalene's Big Role)

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on May 5, 2006
    based on 31 ratings
     | 3,891 views

    This message looks at Mary Magdalene’s biggest scene in the Bible - not as Jesus’ wife, but as the first person to meet the risen Savior.

    The Da Vinci Code’s Claim: “Mary Magdalene’s most important role was being married to Jesus.” - As we noted last week, Dan Brown claims in his book that Mary Magdalene is of monumental importance because she was married to Jesus. (We also noted that Brown claims that she had a child with Jesus ...read more

  • The Last Supper

    Contributed by Keith Manry on Feb 28, 2007
    based on 24 ratings
     | 6,748 views

    This is part I in the series - 24. It is a first person narrative account from the owner of the upper room. The Preaching Idea: Give Christ the place of honor in your life.

    They were 24 hours that would forever change the world. No war or time of peace, no government or nation, no army or ruler has or ever will impact the course of human history in the profound manner in which that one day did. From sundown to sundown it was by far the worst and best day the world has ...read more

  • Future-Tense Worship Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Oct 7, 2007
    based on 9 ratings
     | 2,850 views

    A first-person narrative sermon. Let’s practice praising here because that’s what we’ll be doing there.

    Future-tense Worship Revelation 4-5 Rev. Brian Bill 10/3/07 www.pontiacbible.org When the word got out this week that I was only going to preach for ten minutes several people made fun of me. One dear woman said, “He can’t preach less than 45 minutes!” I’ve heard that others wanted to make ...read more

  • The Night Of Darkness Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Apr 12, 2004
    based on 61 ratings
     | 5,246 views

    1st Person portrayal of Peter during his imprisonment by Herod and his angelic deliverance.

    (Setting: Peter is kneeling. His wrists are in chains - plastic chains wrapped twice around the wrists with the end held in the palm of each hand. The stage is dark and the lights are bro’t up to half power on this section of the stage.) (These first words are mournful, reflecting the despair ...read more

  • Listening To The Woman At The Well

    Contributed by Evelyn Weston on Feb 25, 2005
    based on 30 ratings
     | 2,974 views

    Lent 3A: First person sermon. The Samaritan woman recounts her meeting with Jesus, and how sharing with others what God has done in your life can help your faith grow.

    Grace to you and peace, sisters and brothers, from God our Father, and from our Lord and Savior, Jesus— who is * the Messiah. Amen I have a story to tell you today about something that happened when I was much younger, a few thousand years younger. It happened when I was living in the small ...read more