Whether one has chosen the Lord’s will is not determined by whether things get better.
In the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus surrendered to the cross that lay before Him, bearing our judgment, and that was of course the eternal plan of salvation; therefore, He made the right choice. He was in the perfect will of the Father.
However, immediately after the decision to follow the Father’s plan no matter the loss, things went from bad to worse, and then worse even still. He was betrayed by a friend, tried by hypocrites, innocent but declared guilty, denied by a disciple, rejected for a criminal, mocked, flogged, crucified, and ultimately enveloped in the wrath of God and abandoned by the Father unto death.
The Lord’s will is known by the Scripture rather than by what happens after our choice.
“And He was saying, Abba! Father! All things are possible for You; remove this cup from Me; yet not what I will, but what You will” Mark 14:36.