“The best and most powerful way I have ever seen – and I have studied this for 19 years – is the repetitious use of affirming thoughts that strongly and directly oppose the negative thoughts, beliefs, attitudes that created and continue to support problem emotions and behaviors.”

Knowing what needs to be changed in your and even how to do the change isn’t enough. The quote above suggests that the repetition of positive thoughts will get the job done.

Is it any wonder that this is yet another reason for constant reading of the Bible and meditation upon its truths? Not only the repetitious use of the Bible, but the reliance upon the power of God contained in the Word is what will change my life.

Now, where did I put my Bible?

J. Randal Matheny

Be pithy.

2 thoughts on “Repetition

  1. Randal,

    Regarding repetition, I’m reminded of what the Hebrew writer tells us in Hebrews 5:14. The word “use” in that passage (Strong’s Number 1838), means “(1) a habit whether of body or mind; (2) a power acquired by custom, practice, use.” The more we “use” the Bible, the more it’s teachings will become second nature to us (Psalm 119:11).

    Mike –
    El Paso, Texas

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