Rescue after rescue. You have always saved me, pulled me out of the holes of my own making.
Why do I imagine you only visit when I am in need? Were you not with me when I set the mistakes in motion? Are you not with me here, now?
The runner does not fear the track, nor the crowds.
Grant me awareness of you, Lord, in my hands, my feet, my heart. You are already rescuing me and I have but to run a gentle race.