Wonder at the vast night sky, the billions of galaxies and the quadrillions of stars and see God’s majesty and might, even if we are incapable of understanding His purpose.
Consider the distance of the Earth from the Sun and the tilt of the Earth on its axis and how this enables us to have seasons, and that if the Earth were at another distance or tilted at some other angle, no life would be possible on it.
Think about the balance of nature, how all the millions of species depend on one another and how if certain microscopic bacteria did not exist, nether would we.
Look at a snowflake and see how ‘in wisdom He has made all things’.
Pick up an acorn, examine the pattern on its cup. Is this mere chance? See how everything has a purpose, both practical and beautiful.
Taste a pear and ask yourself how it has this unique taste, different from an apple or some other fruit. Is this all random?
Gaze at the rain and think how saltwater is collected across the ocean, rises up, carried in clouds, but falls pure, when and where we need it, and that it too has its own beauty.
Listen to a song and ask why it moves us.
Watch a baby sleeping and understand that no human-being made this.
Smell a rose and grasp that only the Divine Maker can create such scents.
Stare at the sea and wonder at the vastness of the ocean and how its waters move because of gravity and the moon, invisible forces, which no man could ever make.
Touch a tree and try to understand how this grew from a tiny seed, its trunk and patterned bark, its branches, twigs, leaves, blossom and fruit, that come to life and die every year for centuries.
And then admit that you were foolish in your heart to have had doubts and understand that it was all your pride of mind.