Beautiful pictures with carefully chosen colour themes, possibly even evoking feelings of nostalgia.
Here are some suggestions:
Experimenting with some latte art could possibly enhance the appearance of the coffee. Being a connoisseur of this amazing beverage myself, I couldn’t help offering an idea for the coffee. However, if your purpose in taking the shot was to keep things simple, then black coffee should be fine.
Having a lighter-coloured background (as in pictures 6934 and 7013) really helps the objects stand out better. The dark colour of the coffee contrasts better with the white background than with the wooden table. As a result, a white background probably offers more options for objects of varying colours (except white!), while a darker background needs strikingly-coloured objects, such as those in picture 9481.
Carrying on the idea of similarly-coloured themes, you could try having the Bible opened to one of the Gospels with Christ’s words in red text for picture 9481. The red text may blend in with the other red objects.
Ideas for other objects that could be included in the frame: watch or timekeeping device and glasses. Having said that, the objects you have chosen are excellent. They convey the feeling of personal devotions and quiet time spent with the Lord.
There was one thing that stuck out to me on pictures 9460 and 7013. Being right-handed the cup and pin are on the wrong side. It’s probably something little but I noticed it right away.
The cup could still be located on the left, as some may be left-handed. It may have been better for the handle of the cup in picture 9460 to be facing in the opposite direction.
The above are simply my thoughts on the pictures, comments from an absolute novice in composition. Hope they are helpful.