What Should I Do?

I need lots of help in my life. I fail, I make mistakes, I sin, and I become grieved and sorrowful. I mess up; however, there isn’t anyone on this planet that doesn’t sin, mess up, fail, or make bad decisions. There isn’t anyone on this globe that has it “all together.” No one does! Anyone who acts as though they have “it” all together is a liar. 
We read in our beloved Bibles that: “He made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us that we might be made the righteousness of God in Him” – 2 Corinthians 5:21. Jesus Christ never sinned: “He knew no sin.” We do sin and will continue to sin as long as we are in this body though we have victory over our slavery to sin – Romans 6. (We are going to sin, but may it be less and less & dealt with in our hearts before it enters our speech or is manifested in our behavior) Paul cried, “O’ wretched man that I am, who shall deliver me from the body of this death? I thank God through Jesus Christ my Lord. So then, with my mind, I myself serve the Law of God but with the flesh the law of sin” -Romans 7:24-25.
“So, what should I do when I don’t know what to do with myself?” (Memorize and pray Galatians 2:20) “I know I’m not perfect, and I understand that Jesus is sinless, but I still need help. Help me,” some may ask.
Dear saint, you need to believe that you have “the righteousness of God” – God’s own righteousness! Your present status as a believer in Christ is “sinless perfection.” You have been given the grace to be considered by God to be forgiven of every trespass against Him and declared “righteous” – the sinlessness of Christ Himself – counted to you! (even though we are still sinners) What should you do? You should “rejoice in the Lord always and again I say rejoice” – Philippians 4:4. You should seek the Lord Jesus Christ every single moment of your godly life on this earth: “But seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these things shall be added unto you” – Matthew 6:33.
You learn to seek the Lord moment by moment by asking Him to help you seek Him. He told us to seek His kingdom and righteousness first, so we have a grand clue as to what our prayers should be, continually. The Holy Spirit helps all those who are children of God to “cry out, ‘Abba Father'” throughout our busy days – Galatians 4:5-6. 
Precious saint, what you need to do is seek Christ and His kingdom first throughout your entire day – off & on as you perform you daily tasks in joy of the Holy Spirit. This is what Paul encouraged us all to do: “Rejoice evermore. Pray without ceasing. In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you” – 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18.
There is great joy in seeking the Lord as you continually return to thinking of Him after each of your daily responsibilities are accomplished or even while doing them. The Holy Spirit prompts us to seek Him – crying out “Abba Father” no matter what is going on in our lives. 
Sometimes it’s a simple, “I love You, Lord.” Or, it may be, “Lord, give me strength to…” But, we need to learn to spend our lives – moment by moment – as “seekers” of Christ Jesus our loving, gracious, compassionate Lord:) This is what we need to do, & He gives us His power to do it.
May you know the power of the Spirit through simple, daily prayers prompted in your heart by the Holy Spirit. 
If you have difficulty praying, then ask Him to teach you. He is great teacher!
May He be the reason you know what to do.
God bless you, dear saint.