The faith and fate element of strategic purpose behind the creation we are living in, serves to give peace to the faith we have in us being protected for future existence under the creator’s intention; who has the eternal power to continue life. You acknowledge that the opportunities, the embraces, the yearnings or burdens, the responsibilities we have to take care of each other, were all aspects of life created by God with forethought.
To believe in God you decide to say that the concept of love is not just a chemical reaction that we are aware of like saliva prior to food, more so you realize that without connecting love to meaning and to the creator – we’re in big trouble given the world around us. Trust in this concept is essential, trust that God likes to give appropriately is also part of that trust.
Believing in God means you believe things actually do happen for a reason. Love was created for a reason. You were created for a reason. You abstract the details of the scenario, which don’t all add up – and decide what God is making us do, what we get to do and how we go from there with the starting conversations we explore in the spiritual realm of thought. If God created everything, then how particularly informative would he be to mandate our expectations here on earth and was the bible really created to be part of history to give the extra information we need to create the additional spiritual realm conversations foretelling of the future existence to come? Are we really created in the image of the creator who communicates in the same form of letters and words with his created? If enough of the total things add up, you learn the way your intuition guides you in this optimistic faith that fate and God are real and even further so, the promises and statutes of the bible are good enough to rely on, despite any gripe we may have on the mandates pressed upon us.
To believe in God is to believe in something more. It isn't an absolute that can be proven undoubtedly, but it makes more sense and feels more right than not to believe. It means you have to have hope in something more and you take comfort in that assurance.
Believing in God means you have to hold yourself accountable to a higher code because that was the plan designed ahead of time with foresight, and you are thankful for this opportunity because the requirements not only make sense but add true meaning. Sometimes it’s corny to be in a servant role in a competitive world, but definitions of righteousness, integrity, virtue, respect, honor, and even of award systems playing out, are all words of descriptive detail that many people willingly embrace that justify God being who we would assume He will be if He has the power to change and rectify everything and judge us fairly.
(If you don't believe in God, these assumptions are some generalizations behind those who do believe in God with some of the logic behind ‘the why’ on why so - doesn't mean they aren't relevant to you too, you who probably still love others too or are equally aware of loves definition(s). )