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Joke of the Day
Golf in Heaven

Bill, an avid golfer, contacts a "Medium" and asks if there is a Golf Course in Heaven. The Medium says that his request is a big order, but he will try and find out and get back to Bill in a few days.

After several days go by, Bill finally gets a call from the Medium. "Well," said Bill, "what did ya find out?"

"I've got good news and bad news for you," said the Medium.

"OK," "what's the good news" Bill exclaimed.

"Well," there is a beautiful 36 hole golf course in Heaven, and you'll have 24 hour access with your own personal caddy," blurted out the Medium.

"And the bad news?" asked Bill.

"You're due to tee-off this Sunday at around 10:30 in the morning."

Today in History
1981 O’Connor takes seat on Supreme Court

Sandra Day O’Connor becomes the first female U.S. Supreme Court justice in history when she is sworn in by Chief Justice Warren Burger.

In 1950 she enrolled in Stanford Law School. She took just two years to receive her law degree and was ranked near the top of her class. Upon graduation, she married John Jay O’Connor III, a classmate. She turned to the public sector and found work as a deputy county attorney for San Mateo, California. In 1953, her husband was drafted into the U.S. Army as a judge, and the O’Connors lived for three years in West Germany, with Sandra working as a civilian lawyer for the army.

In 1965, she became an assistant attorney general for Arizona and in 1969 was appointed to the Arizona State Senate to occupy a vacant seat. Subsequently elected and reelected to the seat, she became the first woman in the United States to hold the position of majority leader in a state senate. In 1974, she was elected a superior court judge in Maricopa County and in 1979 was appointed to the Arizona Court of Appeals by Governor Bruce Babbitt, a Democrat.

 

Two years later, on July 7, 1981, President Ronald Reagan nominated her to the Supreme Court to fill the seat of retiring justice Potter Stewart, an Eisenhower appointee. In his 1980 presidential campaign, Reagan had promised to appoint a woman to the high court at one of his earliest opportunities, and he chose O’Connor, out of a group of some two dozen male and female candidates, to be his first appointee to the high court.

On July 1, 2005, O’Connor announced her retirement from the U.S. Supreme Court. She was replaced by Justice Samuel Alito in January 2006.

Verse of the Week
Do not throw away your confidence; it will be richly rewarded. You need to persevere so that when you have done the will of God, you will receive what he has promised. —Hebrews 10:35-36

There are some tough times that go with living. They're inescapable. That's when our confidence in the Lord's salvation and our relationship with him get tested! It is one thing to sing "it is well with my soul" at the end of a peel the paint worship service, but it is quite another to be able to sing it when they auction your house off at the courthouse steps, you are told you have a long-term debilitating illness, or you lose a child to death. Faith can't take a holiday when we travel through the suburbs of hell or we'll never find our way out. So don't throw it away. Persevere! Keep putting one step in front of the other trusting that God will give you the strength for the next step. No matter how hard it is at the moment, don't give up to despair. Be like Job or Jeremiah who both argued and complained to God, but never let go of God. Don't quit. Christ is coming, for you with grace or in glory once and for all, is just around the bend.

Born on this Day
September 25th

1968 

  • Will Smith, actor/rapper, Men In Black, Indepedence Day, Fresh Prince

1965 

  • Scottie Pippen, Hamburg Ak, basket forward, Bulls, Gold Medals 1992, 1996 Olympics

1952 

  • Christopher Reeve, New York City, actor, Superman, Somewhere in Time

1951 

  • Mark Hamill, born in Oakland California, actor, Luke Skywalker-Star Wars

1947 

  • Cheryl Tiegs, born in Minnesota, model, Sports Illustrated

1934 

  • John S Bull, Memphis Tennessee, astronaut

1887 

  • May Sutton Bundy, U.S., 1st U.S. woman to win Wimbledon, U.S. 1904

1823 

  • Thomas John Wood, Major General Union volunteers

1822 

  • Adolph Wilhelm August Friedrich von Steinwehr, Brigadier General, Union