Recently my thoughts have returned to the phenomena of repetition, duplication, and redundancy in the Bible. This occurs on several levels: entire passages running many verses of one book that are repeated word-for-word either in same book or different book (people are often surprised by this!); sometimes there are partial verses or lengthy phrases that reappear again and again; individual words are repeated (like "Holy, Holy, Holy"); and of course, more broadly there are similar pericopae & teachings that found in several places (thus the title we use for Deuteronomy). Some scholars have suggested that the redundancy in the scriptures was part of God's plan for the preservation of His words. Redundancy is not necessarily a bad thing (ask an IT person). I have personally explored the first two levels above in minor ways, and I began to keep a list virtually verbatim passages and verses. But I know there must be many more that I haven't noticed, so I am seeking assistance: if you are familar with what are essentially duplicate verses from the canonical books of the Protestant Bible would you please include the references in a post in this thread. Let's exclude the obvious: material shared among the synoptic gospels in the NT, and the parallels between Kings-Samuel-Chronicles in the OT. Thanks!