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MY TWO FATHERS
SANDY Hey, Rocky, would you like to hear a song that our church choir
has been practicing?
ROCKY Well, I guess so, Sandy!
SANDY The song is “This is My Father’s World.” (Sandy sings the song)
ROCKY That’s a nice song, but like the other songs you sing, I don’t
understand this one either!
SANDY What is it this time?
ROCKY The song goes, “This is my father’s world.” Doesn’t it belong
to a lot of fathers?
SANDY Oh, I see what you’re saying! This song is about our Heavenly
Father, who is God in heaven!
ROCKY Are you trying to say that we have two fathers?
ROCKY And all this time, I thought we had one!
SANDY Actually, if you’re a Christian, then, you have an earthly father
and a Heavenly Father!
ROCKY Oh, I never thought of it like that before!
SANDY What’s really neat is that God wants to “father” us by helping us
with our needs and I believe that He can do much more than
what our earthly father can do! John 16:23 says, “Whatever ye
shall ask the Father in my name, He will give it you!
ROCKY Are you saying that when we talk to God, our Father, in Jesus’
name, that He gives us things that we ask for, better than what
our earthly father can do?
SANDY Well, can our earthly father do miracles?
ROCKY Well, Mom thinks he can!
SANDY What do you mean by that?
ROCKY One time, when Dad came home early, he cleaned up the house.
Later that day, when mom came home and saw what he did, she
raised up her hands and said, “It’s a miracle!”
SANDY Rocky, that’s not the kind of miracle I’m talking about, at least,
not the kind that God wants to do for His Christian children!
ROCKY God does more than miracles for us, doesn’t He?
SANDY Yes, He helps us throughout life as we ask Him to, even in the
ROCKY You know what, Sandy? I’m gonna start praying to God just
like He is my Father!
SANDY That sounds like a good thing to do! This reminds me of
another song . . .
ROCKY Oh, it’s time to go, bye! (Rocky quickly exits)
SANDY I wasn’t gonna sing . . . Oh, never mind! (Sandy turns to the
audience) See y’all later, bye!