You might be familiar with Gideon laying out the fleece, once that it would be dry and the ground moist, then again so the fleece might be wet and the ground dry. Gideon did this to ensure that he was doing what God had told him to do.
Similarly, Abraham’s servant asks God for a sign. He said whatever young maiden offers to water his camels (roughly 300 gallons), let her be the wife for his master Abraham’s son Isaac. God providentially provided the confirmation to the servant and to make a long story short, Isaac married Rebekah a few days later.
I would like to think I have more faith than that, but in reality, my wife and I both have asked God for a sign or clear direction, or confirmation of a decision or direction at various times in my life. I suppose it could be a lack of faith. I would rather not think that way, though, because I’m talking about me. But prior to my marriage, prior to our firstborn, prior to our move, and prior to my call to preach, God has granted a confirmation that the direction we were heading or considering was the correct direction.