Yes, I think it is right, as long as I am in this tent, to stir you up by reminding you,"
2 Peter 1:12-13 (NKJV)
There are some things that are worth remembering because they are vitally important for us, or because they are special to us in some way. Other things are not worth remembering because they are unnecessary or unimportant. It is worth remembering the PIN for our bank card, because without it we cannot access our finances. It is worth remembering birthdays and anniversaries because they are dates of importance and significance to our family and friends.
In his second letter, Peter said he wanted to always remind the people of what was important. Some people think that if you have heard something once, it is enough. Peter understood that there are some things that are necessary for us to be reminded of, no matter how many times we have heard those things. Peter acknowledged that what he was writing about was something that the people were already established in, but he said that as long as he was able, he was going to stir them up by reminding them of the things that were significant.
Peter understood the importance of repeating the truth again and again. If something is true, and especially if it is something necessary for our life, then we need to keep on hearing that truth. And, no matter how many times we have heard the truth of God's Word, there is always more depth to it than what we currently understand, there is always more to learn. Keep hearing the truth and remind yourself of what God's Word has to say, because no matter how many times you have heard it, God's Word is worth remembering.