When all hope is gone, cling to faith. It is our nature to seek the higher power, especially in state of helplessness.
Let’s ask, what would Jesus do in hard times?
When Jesus was about to be crucified, this is what he did:
He said, “Father, if it can be done, take away what must happen to Me. Even so, not what I want, but what You want.” An angel from heaven came and gave Him strength. His heart was much troubled and He prayed all the more. Water ran from His face like blood and fell to the ground. [Luke 22:42-44]
That’s our Lord himself, teaching us how to react in troubling times – to seek God’s help. Praying is an act of faith, a conviction of things not seen.
My beliefs were shaken by science, as it argues with tangible evidence. The rational mind will always seek reason. But to personally experience miracles like divine providence, is enough proof for me to not bother with the technicalities. [see Science vs Faith]
So when all hope is gone, you gotta love some faith.