I come to worship You now very aware that my help comes from You. Remind me to turn to You first for help, not to what You have made (1-2). Plant my feet stubbornly in the path of righteousness and keep me from slipping into worldly thinking (3). I praise You because when difficulty raises its head at me, it does not catch You sleeping or too far off to save me (4-5). You have shielded me from so much evil. As I gather to worship with Your people this week, protect my "coming and my going" so I don't miss out on transformative seasons in Your presence (8).