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This is the day the LORD has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it.

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Joke of the Day
A Pirate Walks Into a Bar

A pirate walks into a tavern. 
As he approaches the bar, the bartender notices that he has a Ships Wheel attached to the front of the pirates trousers. 
The pirate sidles up to the the bar and says, "Yarrr! Tankard of grog!" 
Amiably the bartender fills a mug with grog and puts it on the bar in front of the pirate. Unable to restrain himself, the bartender says, "Did you know that there's a Ships Wheel on the front of your pants?" 
The pirate pulls a long drink from the mug and responds, "Yarrr! And it's driving me nuts!"

Today in History
1943 Patton wins race to Messina

U.S. General George S. Patton and his 7th Army arrive in Messina several hours before British Field Marshal Bernard L. Montgomery and his 8th Army, winning the unofficial “Race to Messina” and completing the Allied conquest of Sicily.

Born in San Gabriel, California, in 1885, Patton’s family had a long history of military service. After studying at West Point, he served as a tank officer in World War I, and these experiences, along with his extensive military study, led him to become an advocate of the crucial importance of the tank in future warfare. After the American entrance into World War II, Patton was placed in command of an important U.S. tank division and played a key role in the Allied invasion of French North Africa in 1942. In 1943, Patton led the U.S. 7th Army in its assault on Sicily and won fame for out-commanding Montgomery during their pincer movement against Messina.

During one of his many successful campaigns, General Patton was said to have declared, “Compared to war, all other forms of human endeavor shrink to insignificance.” On December 21, 1945, he died in a hospital in Germany from injuries sustained in an automobile accident near Mannheim.

Verse of the Week
We are God's workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do. —Ephesians 2:10

The Psalmist reminded us that we are fearfully and wonderfully made and God has something definite planned for us to do while we are here. We display his craftsmanship and skill when we intentionally live for him and not like the rest of the world.

Born on this Day
August 17th

1973 

  • A J Wood, born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, soccer forward, Gold Medal 1996 Olympics

1969 

  • Christian Laettner, NBA forward and center, Atlanta Hawks, Gold Medal 1992 Olympics

1969 

  • Donald E Wahlberg, Jr., Boston, rocker, New Kids-Hangin' Tough

1962 

  • Gilby Clarke, U.S. pop guitarist, Guns n' Roses-Civil War

1953 

  • Robert Brent Thirsk, BC Canada, astronaut, STS-78

1952 

  • Kathryn C Thornton, Montgomery, Alabama, PhD/astronaut, STS-33, 49, 61, 73

1951 

  • Alan Minter, England, light-middleweight boxer 1972 Olympics bronze

1943 

  • Robert De Niro, born in New York City, actor, Bang the Drum Slowly, Taxi Driver

1940 

  • Thomas Williams, U.S., ice hockey play 1960 Olympics gold

1913 

  • W. Mark Felt, born in Idaho, U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent, Watergate whistleblower "Deep Throat"

1819 

  • James Henry Van Alen, Brigadier General Union volunteers