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Shoes Saves Foundation Newsletter

November 5, 2018

Hello friends and sponsors. We are happy to be back chatting with you again. This month we welcome the season changes, as the leaves are changing colors, and nature is displaying a wonderful variety of beautiful colors as well. This month we will also be celebrating Thanksgiving. When we think of Thanksgiving we think of a wonderful group of people gathered together to eat turkey, but the true meaning of Thanksgiving deals with survival, peace, and tolerance. The first Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621, after a group of English Protestants, who relocated to Holland in search of religious freedom, decided to relocate again, to the new world; or what we now refer to as the United States of America. The settlers arrived at Cape Cod in 1621, where they met, and lived alongside of The Native Americans. The Native Americans taught The Settlers how to plant corn, squash, and tend their fields. The Settlers and the Native Americans then created treaties to protect themselves from other warring tribes. In the fall of 1621 The Settlers and the Native Americans, had a three-day feast, and that event became the first Thanksgiving. We at The Shoes Saves Foundation, hope your Thanksgiving 2018, is full of happiness, peace, love, and understanding. 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; and our goal is to help as many as we can, while also continuing our building renovation project. Also, if you would like to send in your monthly tithes and offerings, you may do so by following the instructions on the donations tab.  Our scripture reading for the month of November, comes from the book of Ecclesiastes, chapter: 10, verses: 19, which says: “A feast is made for laughter, wine makes life merry, and money is the answer for everything.”  Remember to be merry, and love one another this holiday season; 2018.

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 
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, and take us on wings of glory 
where we should go, stay and remain; in Jesus name Ben Elohim Al Akbar. 
Amen and Amen.

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