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Shoes Saves Foundation Ministries

September 10, 2023.

Hello friends, and sponsors; and happy, happy, September.  As you know, Labor Day, just pasted on 09/04/2023; so happy Labor Day 2023. Now that we've gotten that out of the way, lets chat about another important approaching date at the end of the month of September, Octoberfest.  Now before you get excited, Octoberfest, here at The Shoes Saves Foundation Ministries, is not a drinking holiday, like celebrated in Europe.  Here at The Shoes Saves Foundation, Octoberfest, is a time to reflect on family, friends, and the community.  So with that said, here is the  information regarding Octoberfest 2023: OCTOBERFEST "2023" IS HERE!!!!! 
Don't forget about Octoberfest 2023, and every year. This October 1 through 31, is Octoberfest. Octoberfest focuses on community, and has a specific theme, this year of:  "You must reap, what you sowed, so sow, something good". We, the Shoes Saves Foundation staff, management, and sponsors, want to encourage our neighbors; and community, to remember, to look out for the safety of all those around us in the community, this October, and all year long. This means, watching out for the kids, who walk by in the morning, going to the bus stop, or helping an elderly neighbor, cross the street. Remember, to watch out for all unoccupied houses, during the Halloween season as well. When we help each other; the community grows, and flourishes. Then we end the month, with a celebration/party; for nature’s goodness, and the season changes, as fall has begun. Remember, our community focus of "You must reap, what you sowed, so sow, something good", and together we can make a difference. Join us in celebrating, our very own version, of Octoberfest, this year 2023, by following our Octoberfest plan, or finding out what you can do, in your own community this year. Praise The Lord, our Community  5 Point Octoberfest Plan, is:

* Take some time to reflect on your own family, friends, and community - Find out what's going on.

* Remember, you must reap, what you, your own self sowed, so sow, something good - What you do, always finds a way to come back on you, or haunt you; good, for your own good, and bad, for your own bad.

* Look out for the safety of others around you, and in your own community - Be cognizant of your own environment, and that of your own community environment.

* Pay attention to unoccupied houses, and buildings in your own community - Remember your not a superhero, don't try to be one,  just commit to; simply calling the police, if you observe something suspicious.

*Have a party, or celebration of some type, at the end of the month - Gather with loved ones, friends, and other concerned people in the community; to celebrate another awesome Octoberfest, completed.  

Praise The Lord.

Don't forget; to keep us in prayer, at The Shoes Saves Foundation, as prayer does truly change things. Also, don't forget to send in your much needed donations, as so many depend on them; because our goal is to help as many as we can, while also continuing our building renovation project. In addition, if you'd like to send any donation, including your own tithes, an offerings, you may do so, by following the instructions on the donations page. Finally, if you would like to join our ministry, please go to the contact page, and follow the instructions.  Praise The Lord, our scripture reading for the month of September, comes from the book of Numbers, chapter 14, verses 9, which says: "Only do not rebel against the Lord. And do not be afraid of the people of the land, because we will devour them. Their protection is gone, but the Lord is with us. Do not be afraid of them.” Remember, don't be afraid to call the police, and fire department, if you see any suspicious behavior near any unoccupied house, or building; because that's what law enforcement is there for.  Also, house and building fires, in the community, affect us all; that being the case, it's not snitching.  When everyone is hurt by an act of terror, it's not snitching.

Praise The Lord. Hallelujah!!!!!

Reverend Joi Karla Hubert,

With the love of Christ, remember God is Good.

Recite Joi's Prayer below, for those who love to pray their own way, through any situation:

Lord Elohim, help us through this time, and bring us to our correct and rightful place. Remove all demonic forces from around us, and those who heed their call. You are righteous, and just; and a guiding force through all darkness. We also ask you to cleanse, and purify all that we eat, and drink, on a daily basis. Lord God of all the heavens, and earth, I believe in my heart, that Jesus is the son of God, and confess with my own mouth: Jesus as my personal Lord and Savior. Jehovah God, you answer the prayers of those who ask, and call on you in the name of the Messiah. Bless us with right standing Lord, bless us with health, and strength Lord, and help us meet all requirements of our own daily existence. Shine us up Lord, and remember us Lord, then take us on wings of glory where we should go, stay, and remain; in the name of Jesus, Ben Elohim Al Akbar. Amen and Amen 

By: Reverend Joi Karla Hubert

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