With a modern day "Joseph" theme, this play has it all: lust, greed, selfish ambition versus love, honor and purity. Engaging and dramatic, philosophical in nature, this play exhibits literary expertise in the drama we call life. Intertwining biblical philosophies, the play ends with Proverbs 31, revealing what a true woman and wife of a husband and God is. With many intriguing, thought-provoking thoughts and sayings, the playwright ends the play with a short historical background for the play as well. Overall, a very interesting and twist filled read that captures the essence of the wisdom of Solomon.
Fascinating, this story tells of the evil that lurks behind the scenes in one man's life as he battles the unforeseen, the unknown, calling forth a righteousness in him that will never be forgotten. A true hero's tale, revealing that "what love can't do, prayer will do." A highly recommended play.
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