Two Chairs Become One Bench & Sitting Among Friends Blog Party #31

If anyone has been married for more than five minutes they know that it takes work. Give and take. Sometimes more giving and less taking.

When my husband and I first got married, we couldn’t even paint the same room together. It is not that we had a ton of disagreements. It was just that he was a put it on in forty-two thin coats guy and I was a lay it on thick in one coat kind of girl.

Not Totally Opposite

We all have different struggles. We come to a marriage with our own baggage, ideas, and backgrounds. If we had stayed in that place after ten years, the problems could have escalated to the point of break but break wasn't an option. 

I read a book early on in our marriage and I know you are going to ask the name but I can’t remember, sorry. What I do remember was one key factor. It said husbands want to know they are respected.

One little Word. Big concept!

So what did I do with that information? I treasured in my heart. When something comes up, I remember that he wants my respect in the situation. When he comes home from work after a long day. It is the same. He just wants to know he is respected.

When I was a middle school teacher, I had one rule in my classroom. Easy enough to remember. It was RESPECT. It encompassed so many things. Of course, we had to draw the parameters of what that looked like.

Same in a marriage. I have had to learn over the years what that looks like. To me, sometimes, it looks like more give and less take. 

After several years and walking closer to Christ, my husband and I had the conversation about what our marriage looks like to Christ. His purpose for it and how we vowed not only to each other but to Christ. As believers, that puts marriage at a whole different level. Are we willing to break that vow we made to Christ?  

From the Old to the New

From the Old to the New Testament, the words “two shall become one” are used repeatedly.

Although these words are read during the exchange of many wedding vows they are not always meant.


I love the sanctity of marriage God has created. It is a gift. One that should be treated as such.

As I told you last week in Our Little Garden, my family has been working on some great projects since last summer and I am so excited to share them with you.

This week as we were finishing our bench project, together, taking turns at painting. My husband was carrying the final project outside and he said (not knowing I would use it) Two chairs become one Bench.

A Three Strand Marriage

Immediately it hit me. Ten years ago we couldn’t have done this. Now, we love project work together. Not because we have exactly the same ideas or thoughts about the beginning, middle, or end process, but because through them we are one.

That is something to treasure. A project that together you have put hard work into and now has one result.

A marriage that began as two people coming together has continued because two people respect each other enough to cherish the differences. Being blessed through the unity of one that God has created.

I love the verse from Ecclesiastes 4:12 Though one may be overpowered, two can 

defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.

My husband is not only my best friend but one cord of our three strand relationship. Having Christ as the third strand makes for relationships not quickly broken.


Here is a video for this week’s project. Two Chairs Become One Bench. I hope you enjoy it!


Two Chairs Become One Bench from Jaime Wiebel on Vimeo.

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Our Little Garden & Sitting Among Friends Blog Party #30

My blog may look a little different for the next couple of weeks. I have been really excited to show you some things that we have been working on here at the Wiebel House. 

We love making things and have been working hard since last fall on several projects. I love that God gives us not only a passion for Him but passions to do many things.

If you read my post, By My Father’s Hand, you will remember that my father is a carpenter (post features one project for our playhouse). He has built everything from houses to overseeing the playhouse we built in our backyard. Which, I am excited to show you in a couple of weeks. We are working on some final touches.

I love how working and making things always reminds me of my Heavenly Father. I have this time where my head can just drift into conversation with Him.  

God has created everything from the air we breathe and the ground we walk on to the pure hearts that He gives us as believers. I always love teaching the word create, as in the sense of God creating, to little kids. We try to hold out our hands and speak things into existence. They think it’s really funny to make a bird or a dog come out of empty hands (which, for some reason, I have never been able to do).

The kind of creating that God does means that He can make something out of nothing. The kind of creative things that we do is rearranging in a sense the things that have already been created.   

We are reminded in John 1:3 Through Him all things were made, and without Him nothing was made that has been made.

I love knowing that God is not only in control but He is in control of all that is created.

Using our creative side shows how we were made in the image of God. If you are not sure what that means, look around you. Look at the beauty that He has created in the tiny details of the plants growing and the radiance of the flowers blooming. His creation speaks of a Creator that loves creating.

The amazing part, He made that beauty for us. I am glad He has given us a passion for using our hands and making things.

This week, I am going to show you the garden we made in our yard. We have tried growing things at our house for quite some time and had little success. This year, we planted, and God is making it the grow.


We rescued some wood that would have been recycled in some other way. I am glad that we were able to get it because we love our garden! 

Before you go, I would love for you to share some of the things that you have been working on. I would also love to hear what some of the plans you are excited to do this summer. Have a great week! 

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Since we are talking creative this week, my featured friend is Karren Haller from Oh My Heartsie Girl. She has a wonderful site full of great tips for blogging and for creatives to get inspired. She has weekly linkups which feature bloggers from all over the bogosphere that have such great ideas for your latest project. I am glad you are here every week, Karren. 



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My Mother's Quilt - Devotions of Love, Legacy, Family and Faith - Book Review

*I was given a copy of this book from #FlyByPromotions for free for my honest review of this book. All opinions are my own.*

 As God stitches each one of us into His story, he carefully picks the pieces and puts them into place. He knows each one us so intricately and knows where each stitch has been placed. We are beautifully crafted and evidence of His amazing creation and power.


This week, I have the opportunity to share with you the new devotional from Ramona Richards, My Mother’s Quilt: Devotions of Love, Legacy, Family, and Faith.

As I picked up this book, 
I began to cuddle in the comfort of the beauty and wisdom pouring from each of these stories. Just as the cover displays, stories are pieced together to honor the wonderful women of faith that made these quilts.

My Mother’s Quilt has full-color pictures of each of the thirty quilts featured throughout the book. Each devotion has the name of the featured quilt, a Bible verse, a devotion, pictures, and a prayer starter.  

The patterns and prints are stunning and an appreciation for the art of quilting will only be enhanced by the love of family story-telling.      

What I love about the stories that are shared in My Mother’s Quilt is we can see the impact of a mother’s love for her children and the dedication of prayer and teaching God’s Word to future generations.

Generations of faithfulness through Christ-following women is a testimony of the love that God shows through the ages when faith is passed from one generation to the next.

Here are just three of my favorite quotes from My Mother’s Quilt that made me consider the impact I want to have on my children.

Sometimes I’m asked why I so treasure a quilt that faded and lumpy. It’s because in my family, the Ohio Star is more than a quilt. It’s a symbol of hope. (page 34)  
 “That’s bright,” I said. “Gorgeous purple…”  I told her that purple was traditionally the color of royalty, a fact that didn’t seem to faze her. She just nodded. “We should wear more. After all, we are God’s children. She looked straight at me. “Royalty. We should act as such. Treat each other as such.”    (page 52) 
Throughout Scripture we are encouraged to gather in His name, not only for worship, but for the strength to be had in uplifting and prayer for each other. (page 148)  

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Ramona Richards is an award-winning editor, speaker, author of nine books and a frequent contributor to devotional collections. An avid live music fan, Ramona loves Nashville, which she has called home since she was ten. Sensing her mother was near the end of her life, Ramona documented her mother's stories and lessons behind each family quilt. These stories form the devotion's in My Mother's Quilts. Find Out more about Ramona and her books by visiting her online at ramonarichards.com 



Bible Belles Review and Giveaway

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This week I had the opportunity to read the new book by Author Erin Wiedmann. This series is called Bible Belle's The Adventures of Rooney Cruz. This is an original series to connect girls to their inner beauty learning about several Belle's of the Bible. 

This particular book is the story of Esther the Belle of Patience.  Rooney Cruz is a young girl who plays soccer.
When a girl on her team tries to take all the glory, Rooney gets upset. 

Mari, Rooney's angel sidekick, teaches Rooney the importance of waiting, patience, God's timing, and prayer through the story of Esther. 

This children’s book is a series for a young girl to help them find their way and place throughout the Bible.

I did enjoy some of the features of this book. The illustrations were bright and fun. The author took a different approach to telling the story as if viewing it through a window. It is part of a series to draw your young reader into other Bible characters.

Overall, I would give this book a 4 out of 5 stars.  

You can visit Bible Belle’s Website Here and see the trailer for Esther: The Belle of Patience. You can also see the other materials they have available in this series.

This week we are giving away one copy of Esther: The Belle of Patience from the Bible Belle’s series. I hope you will go to the raffle below and signup for your chance to win!


This giveaway is open to US and Canada ages 18 and up.

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Teaching Children the Bible & Sitting Among Friends #29

I have small children and one thing I want for them is to know God's Word and be able to hide it in their hearts. As a mom, I want to choose materials that aide in that process while remaining faithful to Biblical truth.

I have hidden your word in my heart that I might not sin against you. Psalm 119:11
Growing up, I went through an AWANA program at our church. Many verses that I know and rely on today pop up from those I have hidden deep in my heart.
Being a children’s director for several years, I had to choose curriculum and teach many lessons. Also, when choosing materials for my own family, I look for several key features.

Has the content or meaning been distorted in any way?

When reviewing children's Bible storybooks or literature, I look for them to be as Biblically accurate to the actual Bible story as possible in a language that children can understand and relate to. 

Has a true story been changed to be too much like a fairytale ? 

My goal when reading my children stories from the Bible is for them to have a real or accurate view of the Bible. Although there are fabulous children's materials out there that depict stories of the Bible, paying attention to details is always important.

As a teacher or parent, it is helpful to know the story to expand on facts and make certain truths are being told.

Can I correct any misleadings or are the pictures too impactful?

Children are being bombarded with information and visual images from every direction. It is key to emphasize the Bible as truth and clarify what is not real or a fairytale. It is also important to remember when using Bible storybooks or other literature, they are the author’s version of the story put in their own words. Clarity may be necessary. 

Pictures speak a thousand words, pay attention to the details.

When choosing materials that are Biblical based it is vital children know what is the Biblical truth from the story, what is the truth that can be applied to life, and what parts of the story are someone else’s thoughts.

Will my children be able to make better sense of the Bible?

Kids generalize information. It is often based on their limited experiences and knowledge. While some books make for great bedtime stories, mixing fiction with the Bible can leave a fine line or many gray areas.

I want my children to know the Word of God is true. If I put those truths into fiction without clarifying what is real and what is fiction, I am leaving them with differentiating information for themselves. I risk them thinking fiction stories are true or the Bible is a fairytale.  

When I am using literature that is not straight from the Bible to teach Bible lessons it must be for the purposes of making the story more understandable or making sense at their level.

Finally, I have been teaching children Bible lessons for many years. To be honest, kids can always handle more than we give them credit for.

I will give you an example. I was teaching a group of 4-year-olds and was telling the kids (I always give lots of “grown-up” information) the book of Luke was written by Luke and Luke was a doctor. Why would it be good to know that Luke was a doctor? Luke, from the first verses, told us how important it was for him to be accurate with his information. To tell the truth. There are many people that don’t believe the Bible is real but Luke is looked at by many historical scholars because he wrote his details so precise. They are trustworthy.

Kids should get that, right? Why not tell them anyway? Someday, God may bring it back to them. 

One little boy, I was telling this story to, was riding with his older brother and mom in the car and they were talking about church and the lessons and this little boy was telling his family that Luke was a doctor. His mother couldn’t believe he knew that and why he would know that.  I told her I like to give the kids lots of information.

They can take it. They are like little sponges. Teach them and teach them truth. God’s truth! Friends, they are going to need it.

Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6

*What things do you look for in choosing children's Bible based literature? Share with us below in the comments and share this post so your friends can join in the conversations.*

You can check my review of the ESV Family Devotional Bible here. We are loving this devotional at my house. All the devotions are actually contained within a full version of the Bible. That's a bonus in my book!

Before you go, stop by my review and giveaway of Bible Belle’s. A series to help teach girls about the beauty within.

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Woe Is Me and Sitting Among Friends Blog Party #28

Woe is me! Woe is me!

Today, as I picked up a heaping pile of clothes off my floor, all I could think was, woe is me. My little princess, and I say that in the most loving way, decided to go to my dresser drawers and empty my clothes all over my bedroom floor.

I thought she was playing so quietly today and she was. Very calmly throwing everything out of my dresser drawers. As I was feeling sorry for myself, having to clean up and refold all those clothes, these words came to me, woe is me. Ugh!

I am sure it is not a coincidence that I am studying some of my favorite verses from Isaiah 6.  

Sometimes as parents, we get stressed out and our kids, who are our absolute joy, can bring out the worst in us.

As a believer, I am quickly drawn to the fact that I am in the presence of a Mighty God. What would He think of my behavior right now? What am I showing my children in this moment?

To get the whole picture of someone standing in the presence of God, I will share Isaiah 6:1-5. We see this beautiful picture of the Lord in His proper place; high and exalted and seated on His throne.


In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord, high and exalted, seated on a throne; and the train of his robe filled the temple. Above him were seraphim, each with six wings: With two wings they covered their faces, with two they covered their feet, and with two they were flying. And they were calling to one another:
“Holy, holy, holy is the Lord Almighty;
the whole earth is full of his glory.”
At the sound of their voices, the doorposts and thresholds shook and the temple was filled with smoke. “Woe to me!” I cried. “I am ruined! For I am a man of unclean lips, and I live among a people of unclean lips, and my eyes have seen the King, the Lord Almighty.” (NIV)

Isaiah was rocked. His woe to me was not a pity party, it was the realization that He was a mess in the presence of God.

Every time I read this verse, I have a similar reaction. I am this person. Having the Holy Spirit dwelling in me, I am in the presence of My King. He is exalted and in His presence, I am ruined! I am reminded that I am doomed if not for Him. Just as Isaiah, I live in a society of people of unclean lips but I, too, can be that person.

I can spout off because of my pride, my occasional gossiping mouth, putting myself first, and feeling in utter despair over minor details. 

As Isaiah felt, my thoughts and words must be of utter disgrace in the presence of a Mighty King. Sometimes, I feel nothing more than ruined in His presence.

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Hope, my friends, turns a corner here in the story just as it does when I bow my head before God.

Isaiah 6:6-7 (NIV) Then one of the seraphim flew to me with a live coal in his hand, which he had taken with tongs from the altar. With it, he touched my mouth and said, “See, this has touched your lips; your guilt is taken away and your sin atoned for.”

As believers, our sins have been atoned for. The price has been paid. The guilt has been taken away.

Does this mean we can go on in living in our ways? As the writer of Romans says, “Shall we go on sinning because we are forgiven? Certainly Not!” Because of God’s Grace we are free to live in obedience to Him.

When we are convicted by the Holy Spirit of our sins we are to repent and turn from them and walk in the ways of the Lord.


Have you been rocked lately by the presence of God? 
      How do you turn your eyes toward God and not yourself?  
Do you have any tips for parents in moments such as these?

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Do You Want Knowledge or Truth & Sitting Among Friends Blog Party #27

Have you ever heard anyone sing this tune? Of course, I believe in God. No, I don’t read the Bible, it is too complicated, I can’t understand it for myself, and I can’t remember what I have read.

If you have ever said this, there is good news. The good news is, in Christ, you have been given a teacher to teach you.

Coming from a teaching background, I have a tendency for seeking knowledge. In fact, sometimes I wish I could just have my head jammed full of information because I love to learn.

For me personally, there have been times in my walk with Christ when I believed the only way I could be closer to God was to know more about God and understand the Bible. I have also fallen into the trap of believing the only way to understanding was for someone to explain it to me.  

I knew the stories. I had heard them a thousand times. As I have grown in Christ, I have realized the importance of being taught straight from His Word. 

Growing up, somewhere along the way, I missed the importance of picking up the Bible as part of my daily life. I missed the essential part of walking with Christ was walking through His Word and forming a bond and need for Him. 

1 John 2:27 says:  But you have received the Holy Spirit, and he lives within you, so you don't need anyone to teach you what is true. For the Spirit teaches you everything you need to know, and what he teaches is true--it is not a lie. So just as he has taught you, remain in fellowship with Christ. (NLT)


We can quickly get on a journey to know so much about Christ that we miss key elements. Knowing about Christ is not the same as knowing Him. Believing there is a God is not the same as believing and putting our trust and faith in God. Being taught about God is not the same as learning from God.

1 John can give us a confidence in studying God’s Word like never before. 

If we want to know what God’s Word says, we have to take the first step in seeking His truth. We have to open the Word that HE has given us. The Holy Spirit will guide us to understand it’s truth. When the time comes for us to recall the truths, the Holy Spirit will put it to our minds.

The Holy Spirit was given as an advocate for us. Jesus promised the Holy Spirit would come as His representative and teach us all things and remind us of the things He taught us (John 14:26).

Notice 1 John also says the Holy Spirit teaches us everything we need to know and what He teaches is true. We can read all kinds of amazing books that teach about Christ, I know, I have.

One thing we have to be careful of is knowing whether it is truth or one person’s interpretation. We have to be able to discern the truth. We can only do that if we know the truth and we can only know the truth when we go to the source of truth- God’s Word.

There is a lot of information coming at us from all directions, let’s be honest, it is not all truth and some very far from it. In fact, reading this article you can only discern the truth of it by seeking God’s Word. Looking up the verses that I have given and have God teach you for yourself what He wants you to draw from His Word.

What we believe as Christians always has to come down to clinging to the truth of God’s Word. We don’t have to walk around in the dark being led by the knowledge someone else has gained. We only need the Holy Spirit to guide us in our teaching.

Three things to help you begin.
1. Pray for the Holy Spirit’s guidance and seek the truth that is laid out before you. Holy Spirit, Teach Us, Remind Us! 
2. Open God’s Word and let the Power of the Holy Spirit fill you. May My Cup Run Over! 
3. Enjoy the journey! Seek to Know the Truth!

But if from there you seek the LORD your God, you will find him if you seek him with all your heart and with all your soul. Deuteronomy 4:29 



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Be Still My Friends! You can rest assure that God is in Control.

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Hope In Him Alone!

Hope In Him Alone!
Thank You, Lord, for deciding who I am!

Seek Him First! Today's Bible Reading

James 1:17
Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of Lights with whom there is no variation or shifting shadow.

It is of utmost importance that you know that Christ died for you. He died for all sinners so that our relationship with Him could be restored.

Because of His sacrifice on the cross we can have peace. Are you seeking more peace today? Peace of the soul can only be given through the redemptive power of Jesus Christ.

I hope that you, too, know the saving grace of an amazing God.
If you have questions about how to know more you can email me at youresewtrendy@gmail.com

2 Timothy 1:7

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