“Jesus said to his disciples: ‘I am the true vine, and my Father is the gardener.’” John 15:1 (CEV)
Two more thoughts on that last phrase.
First, what gardener wouldn't provide his crops what they need for fruitfulness? God desires our fruitfulness, so He is happy to provide the things/conditions we need to be fruitful. See Psalm 80:8-11, Isaiah 55, John 10:10. Sometimes they are not pleasant (think manure, thinning, cut & come again harvesting), but they ultimately make for more fruitfulness.
Second, since God is both all knowing and all loving, His garden planning is perfect. He won’t plant us where/when we can’t grow, although our conditions might be uncomfortable at the beginning and end (and sometimes in the middle) of our growing season. We simply have to trust Him and do our best to adapt to His plan. The good harvest will follow, so don’t fire the gardener. See Proverbs 3:5-8, Romans 8:18, Hebrews 10:36, Hebrews 12:11.