The national park is named after Murchison Falls. Murchison Falls is where the mighty Nile gets squeezed through a 7 meter gap in the rocks, tumbles 43 meters down, and pushes through a 10 meter wide gorge before flowing back to it's normal width and eventually into Lake Albert.
The local tribe had a legend that if a man were to successfully jump across it then he could be king. For many years it was a yearly tradition for a man to try and obviously fail.
The worship in heaven will be like the sound of many rushing waters...and even more beautiful.
Not the best picture, but here we are! :)