Beware of any work for God that causes or allows you to avoid concentrating on Him. A great number of Christian workers worship their work. The only concern of Christian workers should be their concentration on God. This will mean that all the other boundaries of life, whether they are mental, moral, or spiritual limits, are completely free with the freedom God gives His child; that is, a worshiping child, not a wayward one. A worker who lacks this serious controlling emphasis of concentration on God is apt to become overly burdened by his work. He is a slave to his own limits, having no freedom of his body, mind, or spirit. Consequently, he becomes burned out and defeated. There is no freedom and no delight in life at all. His nerves, mind, and heart are so overwhelmed that God’s blessing cannot rest on him.

But the opposite case is equally true–once our concentration is on God, all the limits of our life are free and under the control and mastery of God alone. There is no longer any responsibility on you for the work. The only responsibility you have is to stay in living constant touch with God, and to see that you allow nothing to hinder your cooperation with Him. The freedom that comes after sanctification is the freedom of a child, and the things that used to hold your life down are gone. But be careful to remember that you have been freed for only one thing–to be absolutely devoted to your co-Worker.

We have no right to decide where we should be placed, or to have preconceived ideas as to what God is preparing us to do. God engineers everything; and wherever He places us, our one supreme goal should be to pour out our lives in wholehearted devotion to Him in that particular work. “Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with your might . . .” (Ecclesiastes 9:10  ).
This sentence made me realize something: "His nerves, mind, and heart are so overwhelmed that God’s blessing cannot rest on him."
A couple days ago I was feeling just so discouraged and depressed that even thoughts of suicide was coming into my mind. I kept asking God to show me how much He loves me but I felt nothing. I've experienced the peace and love that comes when Jesus' presence is very strong. In unexpected circumstances He comes and shower us with His peace and blessings, joy, and love.
But for some reason this time I just felt nothing and now I know. Sorry Lord, my life is not mine to take. I was selfish in thinking of it but Lord You have plans to prosper me not to harm me and You will use me to be a blessing. Thank You Jesus! Freedom comes from You alone!!