The Elevator. A 5,000 pound mechanized death-trap strung together with pulleys and cables, hidden behind the curtains. When you step in, you have no idea who constructed it. You don’t know the materials, where they came from, or what tools were used. How can you trust it?
With a bit of faith. That’s how.
Faith is believing in things you can’t see. It’s trusting things you don’t completely understand but are willing to try out. Every time we exercise faith, our faith is elevated. Chances are you’ve used an elevator. You have more faith than you think.