Over the last week, I had a lot that I had been contemplating and trying to figure out. I knew I could not get anywhere in what to do, how to act, how to think, etc. without help. And I knew the only one who could help was Heavenly Father. Sometimes I feel like I shouldn't trouble Heavenly Father with such seemingly trivial things. It meant a lot to me when I heard President Monson say:
"[O]ur Heavenly Father is aware of our needs and will help us as we call upon Him for assistance. I believe that no concern of ours is too small or insignificant. The Lord is in the details of our lives."
Nothing too small or insignificant. Heavenly Father cares about what I care about. So I spent the next few days asking what I should do. I was hoping for some answers which would help me know how to act, but I felt that action was required to obtain those answers.
I received small promptings, of which I prayed about each one before I followed them because I wanted to be absolutely sure they were from Heavenly Father through the Spirit, and not of my own mind. And today I received the main answer that I was hoping for. It actually was along the lines of what I had already surmised for myself, and was a reassurance that I was correct in that and can now confidently act accordingly. Very much a relief.