That's the reason you're here anyway, right?
I hate to hear my baby cry for things. As parents we want to give our children the world, but some of the things they want just aren't good for them, so it's up to us to protect them because unfortunately they aren't wise enough to make the right choices for themselves.
My son also cries when he's frustrated about something that seems too hard to do. I always want to step in and get him what he needs but he has to learn on his own. If mommy fixes his problems every time he cries then he'll never grow or develop like he should.
Do you see where I'm going yet?
We often cry out to God for help with obstables, stumbling blocks, and mountains that are placed along our journey that just seem too hard to overcome. As much as he hear us cry and as bad as he wants to help us, he won't always do so because they will help us grow. Those trials are there to make us strong and to teach us life lessons. We must understand that God is there every step of the way being the strength we need to conquer the tasks and tests of life. The key is trusting the process. Trust that God is, in fact, very intentional and he knows exactly what he is doing in your life. He'll take the very mess you made with your own life and teach you a lesson and if you love him, he will work it out for your good.
So yes, to my child, his cries for help are unheard; but, in actuality, mommy is there watching him reach to higher heights and ensuring that while he does so he is not harmed in the process, protecting him from a short distance.... just as God does for us, his children.