Charging battery for five mins does no good other than getting you started . You need to get battery load tested which will check for weak / dud cells . Then if o.k , charge overnight . If that doesn't fix it , you could have a " lazy " starter that drags the battery down .
Replying to post by bustedknuckles:
If after charging it starts that rules out the starter motor ,your looking at a charging issue ,I would think ,so alternator ,battery ,fuse ,or cabling ,requires checking .
thank you for your help in replying to my problem will go ahead and try what you recommended