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Shoes Saves Foundation Ministries

May 10, 2024.

Hello friends, and sponsors, and happy, happy, May. There is a lot going on this May, 2024, so let’s jump right in. This Sunday, 05/12/24, is Mother’s Day, so, happy Mother’s Day. For all the Mothers out there, don’t forget to do something for you, this Mother’s Day. Here at The Shoes Saves Foundation, we decided to conduct a survey on the best ways to celebrate Mother’s Day, here are the top five things our survey revealed:

Go out to dinner / have dinner brought in.
Go to the spa and have a facial / body wrap.
Go on a weekend getaway.
Get a manny, and petty.
Get some much needed sleep / rest

If you have other ground shaking plans, send us an email, at shoessaves@yahoo.com, and let us know, and next year; we’ll tally your ideas, for our Mother’s Day, event vote. Also, don’t forget, this May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Remember, don’t take your own mental health for granted, as all mental health issues are serious, and can be treated with medication, therapy, dietary habits, exercise, or prayer. Any combination of the above, are good ideas to consider, for your own path, to a healthier you. With that being said, 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 May, comes from the book of 
1 Timothy, chapter 5, verse 1-4; which says: "Do not rebuke an older man harshly, but exhort him as if he were your father. Treat younger men as brothers,  older women as mothers, and younger women as sisters, with absolute purity.

Give proper recognition to those widows who are really in need.  But if a widow has children or grandchildren, these should learn first of all to put their religion into practice by caring for their own family and so repaying their parents and grandparents, for this is pleasing to God."
Remember, God is  good. 

Praise The Lord.

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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