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Happy Repeat Day!

 

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Tomorrow, June 3, is one of those unusual, little-known holidays. It’s Repeat Day. Tomorrow is repeat day. Yep, the day to repeat things. You heard that right. The day to repeat things. To be truthful, I think this is a pretty strange holiday, and actually a little annoying. 

So I’m not suggesting that you repeat everything you do and say, especially if you come to our house! But repetition is a great way to learn, and a good way to reinforce things we’ve known, but perhaps forgotten. And because we tend to forget, we need to repeat the Scriptures to ourselves. Otherwise these important truths can easily get pushed to the side by the stress, trials, and busyness of everyday life.

So let’s use Repeat Day as a starting point for repeating God’s Word over and over, to help us obey it and keep it in our hearts. We can never repeat Scripture too many times!

What verse are you hiding in your heart? How have you found Scripture memorization to help you?

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About Sheila

Passionate about honoring God through simple living, creation care, and spreading God's love in our corner of southern Italy, where we serve as missionaries. I dream of hedgehogs, a bat house, and compost bin for the garden ... and a world with no poverty, suffering, or heartache, and doing all I can to see it happen!

6 comments on “Happy Repeat Day!

  1. Good word Sheila. I’ve never heard of “repeat day” but a good idea if you’re repeating something good. Hope all is well with you both!!

    • I’d never heard of it. There are lots of odd holidays out there, and for some odd reason, they intrigue me. But then, I am a little odd, not to be repetitive… ;)

  2. Thank you so much for this blessed messages and are strengthening me much. Evangelist Babu

  3. I’ve never heard of Repeat Day. My kids would have a blast with this holiday but would probably annoy everyone around them. Scripture memorization is definitely a more profitable way to apply this holiday.

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