It's a question we should ask ourselves every now and then. It helps re-affirm our beliefs. I reinforces our faith. It confirms what we believe and why.
Of course, too much doubt and questioning can be counter-productive; but every now and then, we need to look at our beliefs and thank God for such belief in Him.
When I look at life around me, I see a pattern everywhere. Nothing seems haphazard.
Look at the way humans reproduce. Two people come together and create a new life. It's the same, or similar, in animals, birds, insects, fishes and so on. Look at how a plant grows, either from a seed or from a cutting. It seems to follow a set pattern. It grows and provides flowers or fruit, and it reproduces. Look at the planets and stars how they follow a pattern too.
It all seems pre-set to me. If you're a scientist you will have noticed a pattern in chemistry, physics, biology or whatever you're studying. Look at how chemicals react with each other. How magnetism and electricity work. Different weather patterns and movements of the winds and seas.
It can't all have happened by accident. It couldn't have happened with a big bang, and explosion or implosion. It's much too orderly for a haphazard event to have created such a pattern throughout life.
It couldn't have happened with a bit of slime leaving a pool of water and becoming human. Although, I tend to believe the latter; seeing how many slimes I have met in life. Better not name them in case they read this Blog.
All of this must have been created by a Supreme Being. Someone designing and creating everything according to a plan.
I prefer to call Him God. And I believe in Him, because years ago a man called Jesus taught us about Him. He called Him our Father. He also said He was the Son of God. I believe that too.
Of course, some people believe in God because they have personally met Him. They have experienced His presence and His power, love and mercy. They're the lucky ones.
I have never met God, or heard Him speak to me personally, but I have witnessed His works many times.