Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Black Friday Sale!

Look who's having a sale on Black Friday!  Check it out at www.lillarose.biz/zizzie78

Lilla Rose is growing so fast, if you want to take advantage of this awesome sale, I suggest you prepare and plan to do so early!


Friday, November 7, 2014

Tastefully Simple

I have been posting like crazy lately!  Wow!

I have a widow friend who recently joined Tastefully Simple and I am doing a catalog party to help her get her business going.

Tastefully Simple has lots of easy to make items so family dinner during the week can be easy to put together.

Tastefully Simple also has lots of recipes on their website so you have tons of ideas at your fingertips.

Check it out and order through my Catalog Party at http://tinyurl.com/k2fh6ux  (on the bottom of the orange box click on shop now)

Enjoy and God Bless!

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Feeling Old but Blessed!

Last night Mike's daughter had a precious baby girl.  Hard to believe that I am a "Grandma"

Taylor Dixie ~ 7 lb 1oz ~ 19 1/4 inches long ~ born 11/5/2014 @ 9:31pm

The family is doing great!

I was talking to Mike's sister yesterday and she was telling me that my "little" nephew is now 5'5", his voice has changed and he is now shaving!  This picture was taken of him and my niece on their last visit to Georgia in July 2010 before Mike passed away.  Hard to believe how fast these precious little ones are growing up!  

Did I mention I am feeling OLD!  But oh how blessed I am to have them all in my life!

November 6th and 7th Only!

Don't miss out on this sale… great time to start Christmas shopping!   www.lillarose.biz/zizzie78

Wednesday, November 5, 2014



My sister is doing a giveaway over at her blog and I wanted to share it with all of you so you wouldn't miss out on it.  Check it out and feel free to share with your friends and family. 

Good Luck!

Friday, October 24, 2014

Happy 73rd Birthday!

Wednesday I spent the day with my friend celebrating her 73rd birthday.  For some reason I have always been drawn to older people.  God has put a special place in my heart for them and honestly it seems I get along better with older, more mature people than I do most people my own age.

When I became a widow I was surrounded even more with older ladies.  In the widows Bible study group, that I started attending a few months ago, I am the youngest in the group but that doesn't bother me.  I am able to share my struggles of widowhood (singleness) and they understand and can share their wisdom with me.

Since March, when I started having seizures, I have really been struggling to figure out what God wants me to do with my life. 

When I was a little girl all I ever wanted to be was a wife and mother.  God blessed me with Mike in 2002 and I had the privilege of being his wife for 8 years and then God called Mike home in August 2010.

By 2012 I finally figured out that I wanted to do missions trips to share God's love with other widows and I joined up with Good Goers and went on 2 different missions trips to New Mexico.  It was wonderful to be able to be the hands and feet of Jesus and help spread His love by painting, cleaning and loving these widows.

Then on March 7, 2014, when I had my grand mal seizure, things changed again for me.  Since then I have been trying to figure out what I should do now since I am limited with my traveling at least until the doctors figure out what is going on with me.  That is still an ongoing process and honestly I don't have any idea when my seizures will get under control.

So I started searching again to see what God wanted me to do with my life to bring him honor and glory.  I realized that just picking up the phone and calling a widow is a blessing to them.  I also realized that even when widows are surrounded by family, they are still lonely and planning a "date night" or get together with them can be a huge blessing.

Since God has me in this season of being a widow, I pray I learn how I can best reach out to other widows and bless them.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Happy Birthday to Mike!

Today would have been Mike's 48th birthday.

Friday, October 10, 2014

October Health Update

This month I actually went two weeks with no seizures, at least I think I didn't have any seizures.  A few nights I did wake up in the middle of the night and I felt like I had a seizure but I wasn't sure if I was just dreaming or if I really did have a seizure.

I can definitely say 2 weeks passed with no seizures during the day.  I thought I was finally on the right medicine and the proper dosage but then this week I have had 2 seizures, so I don't know.

I was praying the other day about not letting my life slip away without using it for the Lord's work so I got in contact with the leader from my last two missions trips.  Good Goers stopped organizing missions trips but he did say because I was a previous Good Goer that they would be able to work with me.  I found out they are doing a trip to Haiti in February to help at the Little's Angels orphanage.  When I saw the pictures my heart just melted but with my seizures still not under control, I just don't know how much to push myself.  The last thing I would want to do is be in Haiti and have a grand mal seizure.

Praying for wisdom as the Lord directs my steps.

I had my hormones tested and blood results came back all good.  I have a doctor's appointment the end of this month with the neurologist so I will see what he says.

James 1:2-4 ~ Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds,  for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness.  And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing.

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Lilla Rose Opportunity


I joined Lilla Rose back in 2012, basically just to get the discount on my flexi clips and be able to buy clips at a discount to give as gifts and any money I made I used towards my missions trips to New Mexico.

Two years later and I am amazed how God has blessed.  Last year I reached supervisor level and I decided that the profit I made from my Lilla Rose business would go to support a wonderful family who is headed to Togo for medical missions.

In February, Lilla Rose had it's first convention which opened my eyes to see the wide range of women in different walks of life who have signed up to sell Lilla Rose and it made me realize the opportunity can be a huge blessing for many and I needed to share the opportunity with others.

The ladies in attendance ranged from a 15 year old girl who basically runs the entire business under her Mom's name until she reaches 18 when she can sign up for herself, to a lady who is a truck driver, to a lady who joined just after her husband left her and her children, to a homeschooling Mom of 10 children, to a grandma who recently became a widow.

Besides the awesome, unique products that Lilla Rose has to offer they are a fabulous company that doesn't put lots of requirements and obligations on people.

Literally the only requirement is $29 in sales a year. It's perfect because that's basically buying a few clips for myself or buying to give as a gift and it allows me to get a discount and stay an active consultant.

They also give you a free replicated website where you can take the business as far as you want to take it.  You make your business as big as YOU want to make it.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask me.
God Bless!

Monday, September 29, 2014

God is Good!

Recently I was convicted about saying the phrase "God is Good!"  I found myself saying that common, well used phrase when:
  • someone got a promotion at work 
  • a positive answer to prayer
  • the timing in something worked out perfectly (according to my thinking)
but God is Good through trials too.  This is what I have personally been learning.  Since my seizures started I have been on some strong medicine and some of the medicine had really bad side effects for me. 

I wasn't able to really concentrate or understand or remember things, so reading my Bible became really hard for me and I have to admit that I didn't really spend time in the word because it was so hard. 

Now that I am on a different medicine that allows me to think clearly, I have really been trying to dig into the word of God.  I still struggle, at times, with feeling like I am walking around aimlessly in life with no direction.  I will think, "If I only had a husband to guide me" but the truth is God is all I need and I need to be in His Word more and praying more and more each day for His direction for my life.  I also need to be still so I can hear Him.

God loves us and wants the best for us.  Why is it so easy to forget that He will take care of us?  He is our loving Father.
  • Matthew 6:26 ~ Look at the birds of the air: they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they?
  • Psalm 68:5 ~ Father of the fatherless and protector of widows is God in his holy habitation.
  • Luke 11:11-13 ~ What father among you, if his son asks for a fish, will instead of a fish give him a serpent?  Or if he shall ask an egg, will he offer him a scorpion?  If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children: how much more shall your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to them that ask him?
  • Matthew 7:9-11 ~ Or what man is there of you, whom if his son ask bread, will he give him a stone?  Or if he ask a fish, will he give him a serpent?  If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children, how much more shall your Father which is in heaven give good things to them that ask him?

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

September Health Update

Since my last health post on my blog I have had 3 doctor visits. 

My EEG results were all good, my doctor adjusted my seizure medication because I am still having seizures.  I am completely off of Depakote and am now taking 1500 mg of Keppra a day.

My blood results showed my liver numbers are good again.  However my thyroid numbers are double what they should be (which is probably why I am losing my hair like crazy) so now I am on Synthroid to resolve that problem.

I had some more blood drawn to have my hormone levels checked to see if that is what is causing my seizures.  I will get those results next month when I go see the doctor again.

Thanks again to all for your prayers and may God be glorified through my life.

James 1:2-4 ~ Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Monday, August 25, 2014

Widows Group ~ Card Class

A few months ago I decided that I wanted to find other ladies in my season of life ~ life as a widow. 
I found a widow's ministry group at a nearby church and took a huge step out of my comfort zone and joined.  They meet once a month for a Bible study and once a month for a fun activity.  They are always very sweet, loving and accepting of anyone that wants to join, whether part of that church or not. 
The Bible study time goes by too quickly and I haven't been able to really get to know many of the ladies.  As I continue to get to know them, I look forward to hearing their experience of how God brought them thru the loss of their husband and learning what God is doing in their lives now.

The fun activity this month was a card class where I was able to show them how to make cards. 

I love making cards and sharing my hobby with others.


Saturday, August 16, 2014

Blessed be the name of the Lord

Job 1:21b ~  the Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken away; blessed be the name of the Lord.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Doctor's Visit Update

I know many of you have been praying for me and my health since I had my grand mal seizure back in March.  Yesterday I went to the neurologist for my follow up appointment, to see my blood work results and talk to him about the fact that I am still having mini seizures (on average I'm having 2 to 3 a week) 

The doctor reviewed the blood results and determined that my liver is being badly affected by the Depakote medicine I am taking so he is  slowly taking me off that medicine, however since I am still experiencing seizures he is going to increase Keppra which is the other medicine I am currently taking for seizures.

He is giving me a month to let my body readjust to the new medication dosage and then he wants more blood work and another follow up appointment. 

I also have an EEG scheduled August 26th but I am praising the Lord that He is in charge and I am here to be used by Him.

Thanks again for all your prayers and to God be the Glory!

Friday, August 1, 2014

This month...

…marks the 4 year anniversary since Mike went to heaven.  One thing I've definitely learned in these last 4 years is that grieving lasts a different length of time for each person and everyone grieves in different ways.

For me, I would say this has been my hardest year so far, and I guess it's because the loneliness has hit me harder.  You may not be able to understand how I can be lonely in a house full of people especially when they try so hard to not make me feel left out.

Not having a husband these past 4 years has shown me how much of a balance Mike was for me.  The longer I go without a husband, the more I wonder what is God wanting me to do with my life because  I feel very out of balance.

This has been a year of health trials for me and I don't know what is going on but I keep reminding myself that God is in control.  In some ways I feel like my joy is gone and I know that is not true because true joy comes from the Lord.  Mike would often say to me that his job was to make me laugh every day.  Oh how I miss that!

In memory of Mike and his love for Christ and chickens, I will be doing my annual buying of chickens but because of my seizures, I will not be fasting from food, however I will be focusing more this entire month on spending more time in the Word seeking wisdom on the direction of my life/future.

I want to glorify God in all I do and I want my life to bring Him glory!

Friday, July 25, 2014

The Liebster Award

I haven't stayed up on reading my favorite blogs but the other day I decided I had a few extra minutes so I clicked on Emma's blog to read about their trip to China and in perfect timing a new post was added which was this award.

First of all let me say thank you to Emma over at Southern Bell Peppers for the Liebster Award and for getting me to blog again.  There have been a lot of struggles in my heart/life/mind lately and blogging is actually much harder for me now. 

I've never heard of the Liebster Award but it sounded like fun so, here we go with the rules:
- Acknowledge the blog that nominated you.
- Answer the 11 questions the nominating blogger created.
- Nominate 11 blogs with less then 200 followers that deserve some recognition.
- Create 11 new questions for them to answer.

Here are the questions asked of me, with my answers in pink 
  1. What is your favorite Bible character? These are always hard questions to answer but right now in my life I would say I am getting a lot of encouragement and conviction from reading about Paul's life.
  2. What Bible verse has encouraged you the most? This past year I have been clinging to these two verses.     Psalm 61:2From the end of the earth will I cry unto thee, when my heart is overwhelmed: lead me to the rock that is higher than I.     Proverbs 18:10The name of the Lord is a strong tower: the righteous runneth into it, and is safe.
  3. What are your favorites types of books? I am a very slow reader so I focus on Bible study type books.  I enjoy reading books by Elizabeth George.
  4. If you could own any kind of animal in the world what would it be? a horse
  5. Dark chocolate or milk chocolate? dark chocolate, although if you would have asked me this question 5 years ago I probably would have said milk chocolate.
  6. What country's culture interests you the most?  I don't really know many other cultures besides North America and Argentina.  I think it would be great to learn each country's culture.
  7. What is your favorite hymn? Count Your Blessings
  8. What was your most memorable birthday? This is a hard one to answer…but I guess if I really have to pick just one, I will pick my last birthday before Mike passed away.  I was out with Kathy because we were going on a cruise to celebrate my birthday.  The reason I pick this as my most memorable is because Mike called me on my birthday, left a voicemail on my phone and I still have that voicemail today.  
  9. If you could travel to any American national park which one would it be? Olympic or Glacier 
  10. If you could learn any language what would it be? Spanish - although I know some, I would love to be fluent at speaking it.
  11. If you could live anywhere where would it be? I just want to be living in God's will…wherever that takes me.
Now that I am all done answering these questions, let me write 11 new questions to be answered.
  1. Do you like to plan things out in detail or be spontaneous?
  2. How many emails do you get each week, roughly?
  3. Would you ever sky dive or bungee jump?
  4. Do you like to talk on the phone?
  5. How do you feel about public speaking?
  6. If you could learn one random skill, what would you learn?
  7. Are you an introvert or an extrovert?
  8. Have you ever taken a personality test? (How did the results turn out?)
  9. If you could try out any job for a day, what would you like to try?
  10. What’s your earliest memory?
  11. What’s the best decision you ever made?

I Nominate:

Kathy at http://vegasgirlkathy.blogspot.com
Rosalyn at http://hanginwiththehoyts.blogspot.com
Elizabeth at http://dalemeri.blogspot.com
Rebecca at http://unexpectedoverflow.blogspot.com
Aunt Rita at http://meemaw-rita.blogspot.com
Aunt Kim at http://kimfromthesouth.blogspot.com
Sara at http://thebowyers.blogspot.com
Marcy at http://sixoliveplants.blogspot.com
McKenzie at http://pecanpastures.blogspot.com
Madeline at http://writingsofgrace.blogspot.com

I know many of you are very busy (especially right now), so don't feel obligated to participate, this is just for fun…so have fun!

Friday, July 18, 2014

Free Shipping

Have you been thinking about joining Lilla Rose?  If so, now is the perfect time.  Lilla Rose is offering free shipping for all enrollment orders between Friday July 18th through Thursday July 31st.

Lilla Rose is a wonderful company with amazing customer service.  Unlike most direct sales companies, Lilla Rose does not have a quarterly sales quota.  They only require $29 a year to stay an active consultant.  That's like buying one or two clips a year!

When you sign up, you will also receive your own replicated website (at no additional cost) to send to all your customers for their shopping convenience.

Monday, July 14, 2014

Miss Wylma

I started writing this post back on August 1st, 2012 and now I just found out that Miss Wylma passed away last week. Not a huge surprise since she was 93 years old but it is sad because I don't believe she truly put her faith in Jesus Christ for her salvation and eternal life. She was counting on her works to get her to heaven. 

I finish this post as a reminder that I need to keep my focus on the eternal, share the good news and have a heart for the lost.

This is Miss Wylma

We went over to her house before she moved away in 2012 and she had all her old pictures out

 and she was sharing lots of stories with us.

one of my favorite pictures of her

Our last picture together… and sitting here now, looking at this picture, I just realized that 4 out of 5 of us are widows.

John 14:6 ~ Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Country Living

I sure have been missing the country living lately.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Second Opinion

I know many of you have been wondering what's been going on with me.  After
my first post in April  I didn't really share much more because I wanted more of a firm answer. 

I was also experiencing side effects from the medication and I couldn't think clearly and so I basically stopped reading my Bible.  Yes, I know, that was not the wisest of choices.

Many have been praying for me regarding a new neurologist, if for no other reason than to get a second opinion. 

God answered that prayer by blessing me with a neurologist literally across the street from my work so I can walk to him and Kathy doesn't always have to take time off work and drive me (my previous neurologist was 45 minutes away).

The new neurologist did confirm:
  • the arachnoid cyst in my brain does not need to be removed
  • we will never know why I have lived 35 years of my life without a seizure and then all of a sudden I have a gran mal seizure
  • the medication I am currently on is the best medication for this type of seizure, however he was more than willing to change my medication (which my previous neurologist was adamantly against almost to the point that I feel he is getting paid to push certain pills)
  • that it is very normal for hormones to trigger seizures but that my seizures can be controlled thru medication 
I am still experiencing mini seizures but the neurologist said I was on a very low dose of medication so the next step for me is to have my blood drawn in a week and go back to him in two weeks so he can adjust my medication.

I just want to again say thank you to all who have been praying. 

To God be the Glory!

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Happenings & Prayer Request

First of all, I want to say I am sorry if I have mislead you by not being real on my blog.  It's so easy to put on a happy face and not really let others get to know me but now I wonder how honest is that?

I've been working through many things lately and one thing I've learned about myself is that I have a lot to learn about relationships and I'd like to start by focusing on my relationship with God.  I want a deeper, stronger relationship with my heavenly Father.

The past few months have been full of many emotions and struggles for me.  The best way I can explain it is I just felt oppressed emotionally, spiritually and physically by this trial.

A church friend reminded me to find my joy in the Lord and not in my circumstances because God doesn't promise it will be easy for us (1 Thes 5:18).  I needed that reminder and I am so thankful for dear friends who are willing to speak truth into my life and direct me back to the Bible.

I've been listening through some messages on Philippians today and I was challenged to be more like Paul who persevered and pressed on toward the goal.  I don't know exactly what God's will is for my life but I do know that I want my life to bring Glory to God (Is 64:4).

Please pray for me as I go see a new neurologist  this next week, pray we are able to get some answers.

Sunday, May 18, 2014

12 years ago today

  I am so thankful for the 8 years of marriage that God gave me with Mike.  The more time that passes and I am without a husband, the more I am reminded that God created me to be a Help Meet and not a leader.  Keeping my eyes focused on God, as I desire to be in His will.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Happy 40th Birthday Kathy!

Happy 40th Birthday to the most amazing, beautiful, loving, forgiving, merciful, giving, incredible, tender-hearted person I know.  I am really blessed and thankful to have you as my sister.

Ever since I was a little girl, I've always looked up to her and I've always wanted to be just like her.  She is amazing!

I love her long, beautiful dark hair and the sparkle in her eyes.

I love how she brightens a room when she enters it.  Her personality is very magnetic.

I love how she has taught me, by her example, to be more merciful, loving, tender-hearted and forgiving.

I love how she wears many hats of responsibilities and is able to successfully juggle and keep them all in the air.


Thank you Lord for Kathy!

Happy 40th Birthday to the greatest sister ever…I love you!

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Happy Mother's Day!

Happy Mother's Day to my wonderful Mom who sacrificed daily to raise me.  
Thank you for ALL you've done.  I love you, Lizzie

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Have thine own way, Lord!

Have thine own way, Lord! Have thine own way! 
Thou art the potter, I am the clay. 
Mold me and make me after thy will, 
while I am waiting, yielded and still. 

Have thine own way, Lord! Have thine own way! 
Search me and try me, Savior today! 
Wash me just now, Lord, wash me just now, 
as in thy presence humbly I bow. 

Have thine own way, Lord! Have thine own way! 
Wounded and weary, help me I pray! 
Power, all power, surely is thine! 
Touch me and heal me, Savior divine! 

Have thine own way, Lord! Have thine own way! 
Hold o'er my being absolute sway. 
Fill with thy Spirit till all shall see 
Christ only, always, living in me! 

- Adelaide A. Pollard

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Giveaway ~ Just Because

Giveaway is now over and Winners have been notified.
Just because I feel like having a giveaway, I am giving away a mini Flexi of the Month ~ Aqua Burst.  

Here are the ways to enter the giveaway (leave a comment on this post for each one that you complete):

Giveaway ends April 20th

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Relieved and Praising God!

Update - My first appointment with the surgeon is April 23.

Kathy and I walked out of the neurologist office this morning totally relieved.  You see, we prayed that we would have answers to why I was experiencing seizures and this morning we got an answer.  I have a 4 centimeter (about 1 1/2 inches) arachnoid cyst in my brain.

The next step will be to get a referral to see a brain surgeon.  I'm not at all worried or stressed out about this.  I'm not full of fear.  I have complete peace in the Lord.  I am so thankful God answered our prayer by revealing the cyst to the doctors because I didn't want to go month after month, test after test trying to figure out what was going on with me.  Praise the Lord!

To God Be The Glory as I go through this season in my life!

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Love God, Trust God, Live for God

Dear friends of mine from Georgia sent me the book Off Script ~ What to do when God rewrites your life by Cary Schmidt.  I haven't read much of it yet but great book so far.  Tomorrow I go see the Neurologist to get my results from my blood work, MRI and EEG and this book has already been a blessing to me.

I can't put it better than he said it so here it is:
There are a million unanswered questions.  There are a thousand circumstances we cannot control.  The road ahead is foggy and unclear.  We could respond with panic, fear, anxiety, murmuring, and despair; nut what good would that do-really?  We could freak out.  We could mope.  We could miss all of the delight and blessings of taking this journey with out loving Father.
And so, with all the unknowns that lie ahead for you, I invite you to make this decision.  Commit to it.  Determine your course of action.
"God, I will love you, trust you, and live for you, no matter what, for the rest of my life!"
Say it out loud.  Mean it.  Engrave it into your heart and your thoughts, never to be reconsidered:
"God, I am Yours, You are mine - we make this journey together, and I choose Your script.  I surrender mine.  You are God.  I know You are good.  You will be with me.  Let's do this…" 

Monday, March 31, 2014

April Bible Reading Schedule

1. Deut. 18:1-20:20; Luke 9:28-50; Ps. 73:1-28; Prov. 12:10
2. Deut. 21:1-22:30; Luke 9:51-10:12; Ps. 74:1-23; Prov. 12:11
3. Deut. 23:1-25:19; Luke 10:13-37; Ps. 75:1-10; Prov. 12:12-14
4. Deut. 26:1-27:26; Luke 10:38-11:13; Ps. 76:1-12; Prov. 12:15-17
5. Deut. 28:1-68; Luke 11:14-36; Ps. 77:1-20; Prov. 12:18
6. Deut. 29:1-30:20; Luke 11:37-12:7; Ps. 78:1-25; Prov. 12:19-20
7. Deut. 31:1-32:29; Luke 12:8-34; Ps. 78:26-45; Prov. 12:21-23
8. Deut. 32:30-52; Luke 12:35-59; Ps. 78:46-58; Prov. 12:24
9. Deut. 33:1-29; Luke 13:1-22; Ps. 78:59-72; Prov. 12:25
10. Deut. 34:1-Josh. 2:24; Luke 13:23-14:6; Ps. 79:1-13; Prov. 12:26
11. Josh. 3:1-4:24; Luke 14:7-35; Ps. 80:1-19; Prov. 12:27-28
12. Josh. 5:1-7:15; Luke 15:1-32; Ps. 81:1-16; Prov. 13:1
13. Josh. 7:16-9:2; Luke 16:1-18; Ps. 82:1-8; Prov. 13:2-3
14. Josh. 9:3-10:43; Luke 16:19-17:10; Ps. 83:1-18; Prov. 13:4
15. Josh. 11:1-12:24; Luke 17:11-37; Ps. 84:1-12; Prov. 13:5-6
16. Josh. 13:1-14:15; Luke 18:1-17; Ps. 85:1-13; Prov.13:7-8
17. Josh. 15:1-63; Luke 18:18-43; Ps. 86:1-17; Prov. 13:9-10
18. Josh. 16:1-18:28; Luke 19:1-27; Ps. 87:1-7; Prov. 13:11
19. Josh. 19:1-20:9; Luke 19:28-48; Ps. 88:1-18; Prov. 13:12-14
20. Josh. 21:1-22:20; Luke 20:1-26; Ps. 89:1-13; Prov. 13:15-16
21. Josh. 22:21-23:16; Luke 20:27-47; Ps. 89:14-37; Prov. 13:17-19
22. Josh. 24:1-33; Luke 21:1-28; Ps. 89:38-52; Prov. 13:20-23
23. Judg. 1:1-2:9; Luke 21:29-22:13; Ps. 90:1-91:16; Prov. 13:24-25
24. Judg. 2:10-3:31; Luke 22:14-34; Ps. 92:1-93:5; Prov.14:1-2
25. Judg. 4:1-5:31; Luke 22:35-54; Ps. 94:1-23; Prov. 14:3-4
26. Judg. 6:1-40; Luke 22:55-23:10; Ps. 95:1-96:13; Prov. 14:5-6
27. Judg. 7:1-8:16; Luke 23:11-43; Ps. 97:1-98:9; Prov. 14:7-8
28. Judg. 8:17-9:21; Luke 23:44-24:12; Ps. 99:1-9; Prov. 14:9-10
29. Judg. 9:22-10:18; Luke 24:13-53; Ps. 100:1-5; Prov. 14:11-12
30. Judg. 11:1-12:15; John 1:1-28; Ps. 101:1-8; Prov. 14:13-14