“When he falls, he shall not be hurled headlong, because the Lord is the One Who holds his hand.”
While trail running, I have taken multiple falls in less than perfect conditions. Yet, most often than not, I am always able to get up and continue my journey. The key is getting back up and persevering in less than perfect condition, knowing Who holds my hand. In His love.
What a view when we ascend to the tops of those trails! The destination is always worth the journey, because of the One Who holds my hand.