Hale visits the Proctors because he wants to speak with everyone whose name has been mentioned in connection with witchcraft. Hale proceeds to ask questions about the Christian character of the Proctor home.He notes that the Proctors have not often attended church and that their youngest son is not yet baptized.John Proctor sits down to dinner with his wife, Elizabeth.Mary Warren, their servant, has gone to the witch trials, defying Elizabeth’s order that she remain in the house. If these accused witches do not confess, they will be hanged.
Proctor can barely believe the craze, and he tells Elizabeth that Abigail had sworn her dancing had nothing to do with witchcraft.Elizabeth wants him to testify that the accusations are a sham.He says that he cannot prove his allegation because Abigail told him this information while they were alone in a room.-inspired prayer is about desire, not about word count.(*I recall this is when the Holy Ghost comes powerfully) -prophets say come follow me like Jesus; amen to that, I agree.