Jesus: The Early Years – Friday Fictioneers

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A Quick Disclaimer: This story is a tiny bit blasphemous (maybe, depending on how sensitive you are). Carry on if you’re ok with that.

Jesus: The Early Years

The sound of waves on the shore woke Jesus. He opened His eyes slowly; His head ached and He could tell already His pants were missing. He sat up, “Hey!” He croaked, coughing and struggling to get to His feet. “Hey! Peter! Get up!”

Peter rose gingerly and stumbled towards the water, “I gotta take a piss,” he said. “Man! How much water did you turn to wine last night anyway? I mean look at that chair! Did you get tired of walking out there or something?”

Jesus looked around, He couldn’t remember any of it.

Peter unzipped his pants by the lake, “Jesus Christ! Your Dad’s gonna be pissed!”


 

Friday Fictioneers: 100 word stories inspired by a photo that Rochelle Wisoff-Fields posts every week.  This week’s photo courtesy of Ted Strutz.

 

 

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26 thoughts on “Jesus: The Early Years – Friday Fictioneers

  1. No worries, I won’t fit you for a lightning rod. Writers are honest in their writing whether they get their subject matter right or wrong.
    Personally, no. I couldn’t see this happening to Jesus, but I could see it happening to Peter definitely and John, too … seeing them trying to catch fish on the Lake of Galilee with the fish all floating in white wine. Saves on the recipe. 🙂

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