Repeat the question

Repeat the question

Being repetitive with a purpose is an often overlooked idea.

For example: When someone is seeking godly counsel, try asking them the same question more than one time. As a matter of fact, try asking them the same question at least 3 times.

Don't do this for dramatic effect, or to annoy them. Rather, do it to help them get the heart of the matter.

Repeating a question by re-phrasing it just a little bit each time, can help someone get closer to some real answers, instead of the superficial "canned" answers that typically come after the first ask.

Proverbs 20:18 says: Every purpose is established by counsel:

Sometimes repetitive questions help establish the purpose!