I cringe and hurt when I see the deities get treated like mix and match morsels that fit or don’t fit into someone’s spirituality trail mix. It’s not about us. Picking and choosing deities in accordance to what you need to bring into your life is a reversal of priorities. The act, this mentality, robs the deities of their individuality and splendor. It puts us at the center of importance when we are not.
I see the questions as backwards. It’s wrongheaded. Just think about it. It’s worse than going through an address book filled with friends and loved ones and asking, “Now, I need help in my garden. Which one was it who is great at pulling weeds?” Even one’s closest friends who love and adore a person are going to get tired of demands to do heavy lifting and dirty work. The gods aren't your personal friends, and they certainly aren't friends who will put up with these indignities. I’ve covered this to some extent in The Gods Are Not Your Personal Biatches.
The gods are not bellboys upon whom we dump our emotional and spiritual baggage.