You're Gonna Love Me - Gospel Play

Today is your wedding day, you have invited friends and family to come and celebrate with you, taken your vows for better or worse, sickness and in health, till death do us part. But unknowingly you have an uninvited guest and he has plans.
By: Lynn Brown
You're Gonna Love Me
You're Gonna Love Me
Nov. 29, 2010 - PRLog -- The scene is set and hell is a dark place to want to be that’s if you are not the Devil himself, just image it’s your wedding day and the Satan is sitting on his throne giving instructions to his Imps telling them that they have a quota to meet of a thousand marriages he wants destroyed per Imp per day.

Now that is something to think about and while you are thinking let me tell you about the play “You Gonna Love Me” it will have you going around and around like you are on the Mad Tea Party ride at Disney with the Mad Hatter, only for you to get off, and end up on the ride It’s A Small World After All only to end up at the entrance of the Haunted Mansion where there will seem like there is no exit.

Here we have the Robinson family coming home from church oh what a joyful family until Mrs. Robinson (Siana James) who has forgotten about her episode of her shouting all over the church starts in on her kids about texting and their appearance in church, only to continue with bashing  (Eric Ware) her husband  the Plummer because he does not attend church the way he should, but this particular Sunday he did and yet that’s not good enough for her she has to bash him for everything, he pays the bills, makes sure she does not have to work, keeps her hair done and makes sure she has the latest fashion in purses and clothes ………… Only to have her mother come and add fuel to the fire, which drives her husband into the arms of another woman.

1st Corinthians 7:12 states “But to the rest speak I, not the Lord: If any brother hath a wife that believeth not, and she be pleased to dwell with him, let him not put her away”. Husband 2 who is played by (Tommy Robinson) who is saved sanctified and filled with the Holy Ghost is in love with a unsaved woman, he loves her so much that he is willing to deal with her addiction of being a crackhead (Natasha Policarpe) steals the show, she will have you laughing and crying at the same time as she portray the part of a drug user who loves her husband but has been under the influence a substance that makes her want to sell out her family for the next hit, until she is caught off guard by her drug dealer and beaten and now feels she has to take the drug to get rid of the pain. This scene here is a cliffhanger, the ending will leave you speechless “when you have done all you can do Just Stand”.

Other Characters in the play are Trey Morris who plays an obnoxious donut eating cop, Candise Turnquest as an angel who flows beautifully to the music of Yolanda Adams “Talk to Me” Sharon Long plays the rude and troublemaker mother-in-law, while Tim Johnson plays the Drug Dealer, Lynden Turnquest plays the Imp who keeps the flavor of the play going he does an awesome job acting.

I have to applaud Pastor Janet Turnquest affectionately known as Pastor J she has reached deep down into the bottom of her heart to reach past her own hurts to tell the story of so many lives where the family is being torn apart under the influence of Satan and we are not even able to recognize what he is doing to our Christian family.  

Pastor J decided to address issues that so we ignore. We find ourselves in a dilemma struggling to keep our marriages together, turning to everyone else asking their opinions in the matter when we should be asking God for direction.  

Bishop Hurricane Johnson is the Pastor and Overseer of Changing Your Life Ministries located at 4501 NW 31st Ave., Fort Lauderdale, Fl, and also producer of the play states “Every now and then, we will be able to embrace special moments that life may bring us and this play is certainly one of those moments. In some way it speaks for and to every man, woman, husband and wife. You will be inspired like never before, this play is the voice of reason.” The effect that I would like for this play to have on the people is a Tsunami of healings in marriages in the tri-county area then state wide and there after an international affect.

Ladies and Gentlemen, Husband and Wives this is a must see play, one that will have you crying out to God for healing in your marriage, one that will asking God for direction in your marriage to save it, one that will force you to take a look at the man/woman in the mirror.
This play will take place on February 25, 2011 at the Joseph Caleb Center 5400 NW 22nd Ave. Miami, Fl 33142

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