2.3 oz. compression bag for a down sleeping bag? You can get a 13 L Sea-to-Summit dry bag for 1.5 oz. or a pricier Granite Gear 13L cuben fiber dry bag for 3/4 ounce. You don't need a compression sack for a down bag and probably shouldn't use it (I'm horribly paranoid about overcompressing my down bag, considering the $$$ invested!). If you check your pack liner daily and patch any holes, you don't even need a stuff sack for your sleeping bag--just squash it into the bottom of the pack liner. I use a dry bag for mine only because I gave up on the pack liner (got tired of pushing stuff down in the pack only to have it pop right back out at me).
Your reading/journal could be cut considerably, too. I suspect that most of the weight is from your Bible. I took an old pocket Bible (already falling apart) and cut it apart. (It isn't the physical book that is sacred but what's in it.) I take whatever Bible book I'm currently reading, plus a section of Psalms, inside a quart ziplock bag. Total weight is 0.5 oz. Pencil plus part of a small notebook (enough for rough journal notes) is 1.2 oz. I must admit that I rely more and more on my camera plus rough notes and do most of the writing after the trip. Your mileage, of course, may vary. At least get a notebook with lightweight paper and minimal binding.
I personally wonder about the DriDucks since daily thunderstorms are the norm in both areas to which you are going. At least test them (or any other rain gear) in the shower for 30-45 minutes and seal any seams that leak. Good idea to test your tent under the hose, too. A couple of years ago I discovered a place I'd missed when seam sealing that was right over my head!
I personally would take the balaclava instead of the beanie, but since you have the puffy jacket and pants, you certainly don't need a heavier base layer.