When someone wins the lottery we call him “lucky”. If that same person won the lottery twice in a row, we would begin to grow extremely suspicious. Three times in a row and we would be absolutely certain the game is somehow rigged. And yet this extremely improbable occurrence is incredibly more likely than the nearly impossible chance of our universe being able to support life by “accident”. I, for one, say the game must be rigged.
Believing is not the same as knowing. Believing is second-hand knowledge, whereas knowing is first-hand experience. When your action comes from a level of belief, there is fear, doubt and restlessness behind such action. When your action comes from a level of knowing, there is conviction, certainty and calm behind such action.