Perhaps you hit a snag. You have an assignment to complete and something or someone seems to be more of a hindrance than a blessing.
It’s possible that the heat has been turned up on the process to completion and quitting seems more feasible than striving.
Complaining/venting brings more assurance than planning. And shutting down/stepping away becomes a vital part of the plan.
You pray. You scream. You cry. You vent. You read your Word. Worship Pray. And still… Nothing changes.
See every assignment is designed to teach you something. To stretch you in some way, shape or form. If God sent you, It was for a reason. There is something you have to gain or maybe even lose through the experience.
Learning how to go through properly is essential for your growth. Setting boundaries, even in Ministry/Leadership is imperative to your sanity and the sanity of those you work with. More importantly, being sure of your call/assignment supersedes everything else.
Your task will probably not go away. The pull to succeed may quite possibly increase, even when all hell is breaking loose around you. So it’s up to you to regroup. Develope another divine strategy. Stay your course no matter what.
This doesn’t include being walked over, disrepected or taken advantage of. This is about obeying God in a way that glorifies Him and gets the job done.
Although you may want to. And it may be easier. Don’t give up. Stay your course. Just change up the way in which you reach your destination.
You got this. And God’s got you.