Congratulations! May God bless you as you learn.
Congratulations! God bless you as you keep on learning.
Congratulations on your consistency! May God bless you every day as you learn.
Congratulations Janet. God bless you.
Congratulations, Becky! It is satisfying to achieve that 100% after lots of reviewing.
Congratulations! That takes real commitment. May God bless you as you learn.
Yes, I noticed that too. My guess is that progress has actually reached 99.5% and it is being rounded up for the display. But it never happened until the last few days, so something has been changed.
Congratulations indeed! God bless you.
Congratulations! It takes about a year (minimum), but it’s satisfying to reach 100%. God bless you as you learn.
Congratulations! That takes some effort. God bless you.
Congratulations! May God bless you as you learn each day.
Congratulations indeed! That takes a lot of care and effort. May God bless you as you learn.
That is an awesome achievement! God bless you.
I started like you learning ‘random’ verses using verse sets that people have created here. But now I prefer to tackle a chapter at a time, because I find that gives better context and structure.
Martha, you can ‘reset’ any verse by clicking on the three-dot menu when you’re looking at an individual verse. The other option ‘stop learning’ keeps your %progress for that verse, but stops it reappearing in the review queue.
Interesting discussion here. I’d like a way to be able to review and re-learn where necessary a complete chapter (verse set) that I completed a long time ago, and have now partially forgotten. And in doing so, to let any verses in that chapter that I do badly on to drop below 100% and therefore re-enter the review cycle. Is this what you’d like JDJDJD?
Congratulations! That takes some persistence. God bless you.
Congratulations! God bless you.
Congratulations. It is satisfying to reach 100% after about a year of reviewing. God bless you.
Wow James, that’s an awesome achievement! I can barely manage 2 or 3 in a row without a slip.
I’ve just done John 14-15-16-17. Really good to chew over and meditate on.
Congratulations indeed! That takes real discipline and commitment. God bless you!
I found I enjoyed the challenge and the discipline of adding one new verse each day as a way of focussing my attention on passages. But I’ve slowed down now, because I couldn’t keep up with the backlog of passages that needed reviewing.
Congratulations. That takes some persistence.