2 Peter 3:1, 2 (NKJV)
Most people today lead very busy lives and because of that it can be easy to lose track of and forget things. There are many ways you can remind yourself about appointments, birthdays, anniversaries, and other important dates and events. There are apps for smart phones that can remind you, reminders in your calendar, and other things you can do to remember what is really important. What is true for our "natural" side of life is also true for our "spiritual" side of life, we need to be sure that we remember what is important and to do that we have to remind ourselves about those things.
The apostle Peter wrote two letters to believers and in chapter three of his second letter Peter mentions something very significant. Peter said in both letters that he wanted to remind the people he wrote to about something that was very important. Peter wanted to remind them to remember the things written in God's Word. Peter said he wanted to stir up the minds of the believers to be sure that they would not forget what is really important, God's Word. We too need to keep ourselves stirred up and remember what God's Word has to say about us and our lives.
In Hebrews 2:1 we are told to pay attention to what we have heard so that we don't just let it slip away from us. It is easy to get so caught up in the busyness of life that we fail to keep our attention on what is really important and where our real source of strength and help comes from. God has given us His Word to show us who He is and how He looks at us. God's Word shows us what Jesus has provided for us and who we are in Christ. We all need to be sure to have a regular time with God and His Word to keep ourselves reminded about all that God has done for us and revealed to us.