Whenever I need to think about things that revolve around in my life, I like to take a walk out in nature. When I'm alone, it gives me space to think without interuptions. But then a single thought will interupt everything; Is there really a Father in Heaven? I have never seen Him or any of his angels. I have never seen the Savior. Why should I believe what others say about him? Then, it hits me in the gut. Look around you and see the trees and the rocks and the mountains and the animals. They testify of our Savior and Heavenly Fathers love for us.
This earth, and everything in it were not created by accident. Everything that we see is from our Heavenly Father and His Son. They created it for us and there is no doubt that everything we see is from God. Once, while camping in the Uinta Mountains in Utah, my dad sat us all down around the camp fire and said, " I believe in my Heavenly Father and His Son because of all the wonderful things he has created for us."
So if your ever questioning your faith in our Savior and Father in Heaven, take a walk out in nature and examine the things that you walk by and you will find that not one thing could've been man made. Their cries tell us that they were made by a supreme being that has all power to His will. People will make an argument about scientific facts, but even scientist will find that the root of everything will lead back to a Heavenly Creator who created a world full of beauty for us because he loves us. Never again will I question my faith in my Savior and Father in Heaven because of the testimony of nature.