Sarah laughing and God changing the truth

Sarah Laughing While God Changed The Truth
Setting: Abraham, an old man, is sitting outside his tent on a hot day.
Three men walk up to him. Abraham stands up and runs to them and greets
them bowing to the ground.
Abraham: My lords, if it please you, do not go past your servant. Let a little
water be brought; bathe your feet and recline under the tree. And let me
fetch a morsel of bread that you may refresh yourselves; then go on- seeing
that you have come your servant’s way.
Three men: Do as you have said.
(Abraham goes to Sarah.)
Abraham: Quick, three seahs of choice flour! Knead and make cakes!
Abraham runs around to prepare the meal. Then the men sit under a tree and
(Sarah should be listening into the conversation)
Three men: Where is your wife Sarah?
Abraham: There, in the tent.
Three men: I will return to you next year, and your wife Sarah shall have a
Sarah: (laughing) Now that I am withered, am I to have enjoyment – with
my husband so old?
God: (to Abraham) Why did Sarah laugh, saying, ‘Shall I in truth bear a
child, old as I am?’ Is anything too wondrous for the Lord? I will return to
you at the same season next year, and Sarah shall have a son.
Sarah: (looking scared) I did not laugh.
God: You did laugh.