Our Lives are Like Fountains Freely Given to Others for their Nourishment of G-d for His Reservoir is Unending – Photo by Robert Mock
"The everlasting God . . . neither faints nor is weary." Isaiah 40:2
Physical exhaustion means that the vital forces are completely worn and spent. Spiritual exhaustion is never the result of sin, but of service. Whether or not you experience exhaustion will depend upon where or upon Whom you are supplied.
The Master Yahshua (Jesus) stated to Peter - "Feed My sheep," but He gave him nothing to feed them with. The process of being made broken bread and poured out wine means that you have to be the nourishment for other people’s souls until they learn to feed upon G-d.
They will drain you to the last drops so be careful to replenish you supply, or you will quickly be utterly exhausted. Until others learn to draw upon spiritual fountains coming from YHVH’s Messiah directly, they will have draw upon His life through you; you will literally "sucked dry," until they learn to take their nourishment from G-d. We owe it to God to be our best for His lambs and His sheep as well as for Himself.
Have you deliberately caused yourself to become exhausted because of the way you are serving G-d? If so, then renew and rekindle your desire and passion to be YHVH’ servant. Examine your reasons for becoming of service for others. Is the source of your understanding comes from your sympathy or understanding or is it based on the redemptive message of YHVH’s Messiah, Yahshua HaNotzri (Jesus the Nazarene)?
Continually return to the foundation of your love and affection and remember where your Source of power lies. You have no right to complain, “O Adonai, I am so exhausted." He saved and sanctified you in order to exhaust you. Be exhausted for the G-d of Israel, yet remember that your spiritual energy that erupts from your life like a fountain comes only from Him. "All the springs of living water flows through my life from You Oh G-d.”
“Utmost for His Highest” – Oswald Chambers in Modern Jewish Messianic Verse for the Lost 10 Tribes of the House of Israel