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Lord, give us strength to continue to trust You for our destiny and purpose, and help us not to grow weary.
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Recently, I was reading in 1 Samuel 27, where David and his men had left Israel to live in the land of the Philistines. David had grown tired of running from Saul and having to trust the Father day to day for his protection and direction. As I was reading this passage, the Holy Spirit spoke to me and said, “Many of My people are suffering from trust fatigue.” The moment He said this, I received a download and knew exactly what He meant.

Trust Fatigue

People with trust fatigue find themselves, just like David, in the land of the Philistines. They’ve been given promises, prophetic callings, and have been anointed for tasks they have yet to attain. They entered into the wilderness of preparation. They’ve learned, or are still learning, instant obedience, trust for provision, leadership abilities, and relational skills—even to the point of honoring those who don’t appreciate them, or even desire to have them around.

If you have trust fatigue, then you’ve probably already seen victory after victory. You’ve even taken down a few giants. You’ve won some great battles and you have been faithful. Nevertheless, your victories have come with a price. The continual and never-ending battles have made you tired and fatigued. The victories are sweet, but they appear to come too slowly and have required incredible amounts of effort. When the victory is won and you have escaped with your life, the victory doesn’t seem to have moved you toward your goal. It feels like you’re still just randomly running around the desert.

You’re believing for your destiny. You’re trusting for your calling. You’ve set your faith on your goals and vision. Many of these things you didn’t even ask for, but God called you to them. The prophet called you out. You have been walking in faith, but now your faith is tired.

If you have trust fatigue, you don’t want to quit the journey. You just want to hit cruise control for a season. You need a break from the desert sun and the Sauls that keep chasing you around the desert. You just want a victory that looks like a step in the direction of where God said He was calling you. You just want to use your gifts, and lean into your talents, and have some fruitful ministry without a crisis. Your trust is tired.

Where Our Faith Ends, His Begins

In response, I asked the Lord, “What do You want me to do about this?” He told me, “Tell My faithful ones who have trust fatigue that My grace is available for them. I will renew and refresh their faith in the moment.” He then told me to tell them about the process.

He said, “My timing is always longer than yours. You see, I’m more concerned about the process than the outcome. Just look at David and the difficulty of his preparation. He thought he was ready. Even with his difficult years of training, he still almost lost it all (2 Samuel 12:10). David thought he was ready when he was leading Saul’s army, but if he was totally prepared, then he would not have failed in his later years (1 Samuel 18:5 and 1 Chronicles 21:1).

Tell My people that My desire is for them to be able to keep what I give them. Help them understand that I desire for them to use their faith, sow their faith, and exhaust their faith. I want all the faith they can muster to die because when their faith dies, then that’s when My faith begins.

“Very truly I tell you, unless a kernel of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains only a single seed. But if it dies, it produces many seeds.” (John 12:24)

He added, “And when they move in My faith, then the mountains are going to move.”

“‘Have faith in God,’ Jesus answered. ‘Truly I tell you, if anyone says to this mountain, “Go, throw yourself into the sea,” and does not doubt in their heart but believes that what they say will happen, it will be done for them. Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours. And when you stand praying, if you hold anything against anyone, forgive them, so that your Father in Heaven may forgive you your sins.'” (Mark 11:22-25)

Then He said, “Encourage My people, and tell them the victories that they have won are not random, but I am positioning them to reap their promise, and if they’re faithful, then they will see their promises being fulfilled—in smaller measures at first, then at greater degrees as they continue in faithfulness.”

My hope and prayer is that if you find yourself in a place of trust fatigue, that the Lord will refresh you and you’ll be renewed in the process. Because the Body of Christ and the Kingdom of God needs you to be all that you can be. Go forth in God’s faith in Jesus name.

Cameron King is the pastor of NewSong Church in Monroe, GA. Visit his website at Used with permission from Elijah List.


  1. I wanted to impart to the world surfaces that soar like Frank Loyd Wright. Instead I’m cleaning up puke from the floor. But then the Father kept us safe from a shooter today so I Praise, and Pray and TRUST.

  2. Timely word needed especially after this 40 Days Lent Fast. Thank you, Ms King for encouraging me to keep marching even though I’m fatigued in every way. Grace to you!

  3. Thank you for God’s insight through David’s life.A reminder it’s ok to rest..
    God’s Word does say…..”Come to me all those who are burden and heavy laden, and I will give you rest”.
    May the Lord also give you IFA rest and renewed strength. God Bless

  4. Thank you for this article Cameron King…. and thank you God for speaking thru your servant. Prophetic words from our Father in Heaven are like drops of dew in the dessert today, so very needed! Use us, Lord, we so long for your call, direction, comfort, and encouragement. May we remain your trust fatigued warriors to the end.

  5. Thank you Great God our King for that encouragement. We do not realize how important patience is to our character and our ability
    to keep the blessings you give us. Demonic forces prod us to be the most impatient at the most critical times. The patience you teach us allows us to stay the course when we don’t “feel like it.”
    Thank you for teaching us to wait upon the Lord, and for the rewards that accrue when we obey.

  6. This is very encouraging. Keep pressing in and pressing on, God is faithful and his timing is perfect. The waiting process will lead us to the promise if we don’t give up. Amen!

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