Don’t get caught up on the thirteen. The ONE is what matters.
ONE year ago, I couldn’t even run ONE mile.
ONE day ago, I ran thirteen point ONE miles. And the point ONE is harder than the thirteen. So I took it ONE mile at a time. And I never stopped running, not ONE time. And I ran it ONE minute faster per mile than I did eight years ago when I ran it for the first time.
And since I ran it the first time, I’ve stayed married to ONE man of God, given away ONE kidney, given birth to ONE child, gotten back in shape in just ONE year, and tried to honor and to seek and to glorify ONE God.