Waterfall – Friday Fictioneers

It was a long, double waterfall. Two geologists were arguing. One said it was over a hundred million years old. The other said with all that rushing water the entire formation would erode to sea level in less than ten million years.

Some bet their worldviews one way; some, the other.

I’ll admit I had an opinion, but so what, they might ask. I just hoped the waterfall would stick around until our vacation was over knowing eventually it, and quite a bit of everything else, would all wash away.


Rochelle Wisoff-Fields offers the photo by David Stewart below as the prompt for this week’s Friday Fictioneers.

PHOTO PROMPT © David Stewart
PHOTO PROMPT © David Stewart

Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

38 thoughts on “Waterfall – Friday Fictioneers”

    1. I don’t know much about the Hebrew Roots movement.

      On MeWe I’m discussing David Perry’s books on the Covenant and Melchizedek. The Covenant covers Exodus 19 – 24:11. After that comes the gold calf idolatry and then the Levitical laws as an alternative to destroying the Israelites. Jesus puts an end to those laws (see Hebrews) and now we are back to the Covenant (think 10 commandments).

      We do attend a Messianic synagogue when in Florida which is mainly about the festivals of the Lord. When we are in Fort Mill, South Carolina, we attend Antioch International with Peter Wyns. Both are focused on healing and deliverance.

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