In his most recent Conference address, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland told about two young Sister Missionaries, who had food thrown at and spit at them, just because they were LDS missionaries. It was a story that I could relate to. While no one has literally spit on me or thrown food at me, I have had a few recent experiences where I have figuratively felt spit on because of my faith. It has been difficult and sad and stressful, and I've spent a lot of time praying for help and courage. One morning, as I was praying about what to do about a certain situation, the message was clear to me that I already knew what the right thing to do was. The right thing to do was to have faith in the Lord, and to follow the prophet. This doesn't mean that things will get easier. They likely won't. In fact, odds are that they'll get worse. But I have faith that as I love the Lord, keep my covenants and follow the prophet, it will work to my good.