A Bible story from Judges 6:
Midian, a tribe descended from a son of Abraham by Keturah, had won against Israel by destroying their crops and herds. Israel cried to the Lord and he sent a prophet to remind them: "It was I who brought you up from Egypt… out of the house of slavery." The prophet's words would have called to their remembrance the Law: "I [am] the LORD thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. Thou shalt have no other gods before me" (Ex. 20:2, 3) etc.
The prophet exhorted for God: "I delivered you from the hands of the Egyptians and from the hands of all your oppressors, and dispossessed them before you and gave you their land, and I said to you, 'I am the LORD your God; you shall not fear the gods of the Amorites in whose land you live. But you have not obeyed Me.'"
Gideon had heard the prophet's words but not understood. So, when the angel of the Lord appeared to him and said, "The LORD is with you, O valiant warrior", Gideon replied, "…if the LORD is with us, why then has all this happened to us?"
It was a case where the Lord did not require full understanding. It was a time for action and for shaking off discouragement. Perhaps hunger had dulled the mind. God will help us anyway.
The LORD turned to him and said, "Go in the strength you have and save Israel out of Midian's hand. Am I not sending you?"
It is good to know the Lord "shall not judge after the sight of his eyes, neither reprove after the hearing of his ears:…" (Isa 11:3b) He sees deeper than our faults and walled hearts, straight through to his undying intention to help us.
He will send us on exploits too great for our strength and we will do all things through him who gives us strength. (Phil 4:13)
We can count on Him.
Are you weary?
I know that you can do all things; no plan of yours can be thwarted. Job 42:2