The one thing you don’t want to do is give the enemy leverage in your life by doubting what God is able to do through your life.
Simply put, Jesus told doubting Thomas in John 20:27, “Stop doubting and believe!” I get it: our natural minds tend to doubt, fear, and question what the Bible says rather than simply believe. In order to overcome doubt, we should continually seek God through Bible study and prayer. We should commit to a local body of believers to be fed by biblical preaching, teaching, and have fellowship with like-minded believers. In this way, the doubtful mind can and will become increasingly stable, Jesus-focused, and able to find peace (Isaiah 26:3).
On that note, trust God with every aspect of your life today and continue to move forward in the direction of your God orchestrated and pre-planned destiny without doubting for a moment that God isn’t with you every step of the way of your journey.