Christopher: But Jesus doesnít care if I go Trick or Treating! I want candy!
(Christopher starts to fall to sleep again.)
Chelese comes in, dressed as a Little angel.
Chelese: Christopher, I am the spirit of Harvest past. Come with me.
(Chelese and Christopher leave stage.)
Music (God is Good)
(Enter Ashley and Ajiah with a bucket with fruits and vegetables dancing and swaying and sits bucket down. Picks up
vegetables to hold up to God. When the song ends Chelese and Christopher come in)
Ashley: This is so fun. God is so good to give us all this food. Thank you Jesus for loving us.
Christopher: (Talking to Chelese) I remember this, we had a big party, it was so much fun. Can we stay longer, please spirit?
Chelese: No, we have to go now. (They all leave the stage)
Music (For the Beauty)
Christopher comes back to stage with blanket and pillow.
Narrator: As Christopher looks around his room, he starts to think this was all a dream. Boy what fun it was to celebrate God giving them a great harvest that year. The party was lots of fun. They did get lots of candy too. Soon though Christopher is back to sleep.
(Enter Ajiah dressed in modern clothes)
Ajiah: Christopher, I am the spirit of Harvest present. Come with me.
(Ajiah and Christopher leave the stage)
Music (Fairest Lord)
(While music is playing, enter Chelese, and Ashley with trick or treat bags and in costumes, sits down and dumps candy on floor)
Chelese: Look, I got some candy that wasnít wrapped. If I eat it now then my parents canít throw it away. (Eats the candy) Look at all the pretty colors, wow this is so cool!
Christopher: (talking to Ajiah) They are having so much fun, but I wouldnít eat candy that wasnít wrapped. I wish I could be there. Please spirit, I want to stay.
Ajiah: Come we have to go.
(Ajiah and Christopher leave the stage)
Music (God Made me)
Christopher comes back to the stage with his blanket and pillow as the music is playing.
Narrator: Christopher looks around his room. Oh how come his parents wonít let him go? Everyone is doing it and having fun too. His friend, Chelese, had some great fun with the candy that was laced with drugs. He lays down and is starting to fall asleep again, when the spirit of Harvest Yet to Come enters the room.
Clarence enters the room dressed in a black cape and pitch fork
Clarence: (shakes Christopher and points for him to follow)
Music (God Will Take Care of You)
(Clarence and Christopher leave the stage as the music is playing)
(Kenne enters in and sits at a head stone)
Kenne: (Sobbing) Why didnít you come with me to the Harvest Event? Why did you go Trick or Treating with your friends. If you had come with me, then you wouldnít have been killed in the drive-by
shooting. I wish you would have known that celebrating Harvest with Jesus can be fun too.
(Clarence and Christopher enter back on to the stage)
Christopher: Spirit is this what is going to happen? Who is dead? Is that me? Spirit?
(Clarence and Christopher leave the stage)
Music (Dem Dry Bones)
(Kenne leaves the stage as the music is playing).
Christopher comes back on stage with his pillow and blanket, wakes up and starts praying.
Christopher: Lord forgive me please.
Music (I have decided to Follow Jesus)
Christopher leaves the stage and dresses for school
Narrator: Morning is breaking, it is Halloween day and Christopher has gone to school after the horrible night of bad dreams! Letís see if he learned anything. We find him at the school yard with his friends
Music (Into my Heart)
As the music is playing all the children come back on stage. They are dressed for school.
Christopher: What day is this?
Clarence: Itís Halloween! Are you going Trick or Treating Tonight?
Christopher: No, did you know that Halloween is of Satan and we should be celebrating Harvest time, instead? Come with my family we are going to a better party and you will have games to play and we can get safe candy there. Also we will be able to give Jesus
thanks for giving us our Harvest throughout the year.
Music (Come Bless the Lord)
The children pretend to be playing.