“Bone of my bone, flesh of my flesh, I will call you woman!”

He had the entire world at his feet, but he was the only human, when his master provided a companion. And then it happened, he came home to find his beloved, who toyed with the idea of independence, had finally done it. (Ran the red light and got a ticket). What Was he going to do? Stand firm, or follow the path of “drunken love”? He did the latter, and this time the Master not in the voice of a trumpet or clarinet, but that of a TROMBONE, announced, “by the sweat of your blood you will eat bread, and she will bring forth your kind in pain!”

Throughout the existence of man on earth, he has heard the trombones of the Master. Pharoah of Egypt had a similar experience. Through Moses the trombones were heard aloud.

Now it is 2023, and by calculation over six thousand years since man lost his paradise prepared for him by the Master.

 History has confirmed the above, by archeological findings, and writings by historians, and various “men of the cloth”.

The sound of the Master’s voice has flowed through the styluses of playwrights. James Weldon Johnson called his, GOD’S TROMBONES.

The Arena Players playhouse in Baltimore staged the play:

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