My Weekly Bible Journaling #35 – 2 Chronicles



I have been busy this week. Lately I have been organizing my recipes. I had them all in one binder and now I have them separated them into three binders. Eeek! These are recipes that my family loves along with some from my husband’s family and my family. I have been putting each recipe on pretty scrapbook paper and later I am going to add stickers to decorate them. I have to say this has been a fun project to work on.

My next project is making a stocking for my LO. I have made a stocking for each of my kids as well as my husband and myself. I totally forgot I have to make one for LO so I need to getting working on it soon. They take awhile to make because I hand sew them ( my sewing machine hates me).


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This is what I have read and journaled in my Beautiful Word Coloring Bible this week:

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This week I feel I have been in a battle and it’s not over yet! Sick kids and Hubby, busy schedule, horrible headache and things not going right make this one worn out Mom! Thankfully I know I can lean on Him and he will give me the strength I need to see this through.

He said: “Listen, King Jehoshaphat and all who live in Judah and Jerusalem! This is what the Lord says to you: ‘Do not be afraid or discouraged because of this vast army. For the battle is not yours, but God’s. – 2 Chronicles 20:15

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Things have settled down a little. Still some sickness in the house but we took the puppies to the vet and they are doing well! One of them is about a pound smaller than his brothers. They are such sweet babies and are already coming to you when you call them. They are already such a blessing to us!

Do not be stiff-necked, as your ancestors were; submit to the Lord. Come to his sanctuary, which he has consecrated forever. Serve the Lord your God, so that his fierce anger will turn away from you. – 2 Chronicles 30:8

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It is an overcast Saturday. Right now I am watching my husband cradle our baby to his chest as they take a nap. He has had rough several weeks with work, sickness and some decisions he has had to make. I am so proud of him and am thankful to the Lord for blessing me with such a wonderful man.

With him is only the arm of flesh, but with us is the Lord our God to help us and to fight our battles.” And the people gained confidence from what Hezekiah the king of Judah said. – 2 Chronicles 32:8

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This week I reviewed the Look & Find Bible Storybook:


This is a fun book for kids and would make a great gift.


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  1. themomgene says:

    I have an overflowing binder of recipes! But more often than not I choose something new I’ve seen to try. My husband jokes I never make the same thing twice :). Glad your husband is on the mend. Blessings on your Sunday.

    • Dani says:

      You can start by adding a little drawing or color to your page. It doesn’t have to be a lot, just something that will help you remember what you learned when you read the scripture. I have to say it has helped me a lot this year!

  2. Peabea says:

    Over the years so many times, I have tried to organize recipes. Mine are still in one of those little recipe boxes…and others I have printed and added to my Betty Crocker Cook Book that I love because it is not daunting recipes. I’m not one to love to cook, but do have some favorites. Hope all are feeling better now or soon. I remember well the days of sick kids…always seemed to be at inconvenient times too. Your journaling pages are so pretty…really like the first one. Blessings and have a great week.

    Peabea@Peabea Scribbles

    • Dani says:

      That is why I am trying to organize my recipes. My recipes were everywhere. I kept losing them and that is so frustrating! Hopefully now I can find the recipes I want when I need them! 🙂

  3. Alice Walters says:

    How wise of you to know and go to the Lord when life becomes overwhelming. And how blessed you are to pull out the good moments, like well puppies and Daddy cradling his baby. That’s kind of how the Lord is with us, never too tired, or distracted, to focus on what we need. Blessings from your neighbor at Anita’s.

  4. bluecottonmemory says:

    I am attempting bible journaling but nothing as beautiful as yours! Do you include the family recipe history in your cookbooks? I love the stories of how they came into the family! It sounds like you had some sweet blessing moments in the midst of the chaos. I hope everyone feels better this week~ Thank you for sharing your sweet heart! ~ Maryleigh

    • Dani says:

      I am sure your Bible Journaling is beautiful and I would love to see it!
      What a great idea to include a family recipe history in my cookbook!

      Have a beautiful week!

  5. Mary Geisen says:

    Thank you for this glimpse into your life. I imagine organizing your recipes was a joy. There is so much history in my recipe collection too.

    Your Bible journaling is beautiful. Thank you for sharing it with us.

  6. Teresa B says:

    I’ve been organizing recipes too, though I’m scanning all of mine and putting them on a private pinterest board to declutter my kitchen. Love your pages, as usual. Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party this week!

    • Dani says:

      For some reason I have to have the recipes on paper. If they are on the internet I some how lose them and then get distracted looking for them… lol! And then dinner never gets made!!

  7. debbieputman says:

    When my daughters got married, I gave each of them a recipe box with family favorites, each card handwritten by me. I added a heart in the upper right-hand corner with the names of the people from whom the recipe came (e.g., Great Nana, Nana, Mom).

    • Dani says:

      What a wonderful gift!! I wish I had received something like that. Unfortunately some of the women in my family don’t like to give out their recipes.

  8. Sabrina at Kids Crunch and Christ says:

    Your week sounds like mine! We have had sickness, all minor but still disrupting, as well. It has been a bit crazy. I’m feeling pretty worn out and hoping things ease up soon. I love your pages, you seem to add so much to them it is amazing!!

  9. Tami (@ThisMomsDelight) says:

    My kiddo is enjoying the Look & Find storybook as much as i am enjoying seeing your Bible journaling. I have yet to start. #stagefright

    Thanks for sharing via Literacy Musing Mondays. I am looking forward to reading what you share this week. The link is currently live. Come join us!

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