I recently re-read the experience that Joseph Smith had when he was a little boy with his poorly leg. Just to recap; the doctors had originally said that young Joseph's leg would need to be amputated, but at the insistance of his mother they decided to try a new operation, to remove a piece of bone from his leg. They had come with some cord and had planned to tie Joseph to the bed because they had no anesthetic, nothing to dull the pain, when they cut into his leg to remove the piece of bone.
Young Joseph however responded, "I will not be bound, for I can bear the operation much better if I have my liberty".
The doctors then said, "Will you take some wine?... You must take something, or you can never endure the severe operation".
Again the boy prophet said, "No,.... but I will tell you what I will do - I will have my father sit on the bed and hold me in is arms, and then I will do whatever is necessary to have the bone taken out."
I hope you feel that you are 'encircled about eternally in the arms of his love' (2 Ne 1:15) today.