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Summary: What good is it to be God’s people if He does not protect you? A cross-section of people from Judah face the aftermath of the Babylonian invasion, including whether or not to obey the prophet Jeremiah and accept the offer of safety in Babylon. The play, in two acts, follows the lives of those who join an exiles caravan. 

Scripture: Selections from Jeremiah

Setting: Early 6th Century BC – Judah and the desert

Characters: total = 19
Adults: 8 men, 6 women, 2 either
Teen: 1 girl
Children: 1 girl, 1 boy

The script is offered free, but the author would welcome donations. His contact details are the foot of the script.

The script may be downloaded by clicking on the link at the foot of this page.

 

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