I believe God exists from FAITH but because I believe my faith is more probable and rational than an atheistic view.
The "atheistic view," is simply a semantic game. Rational thought is the standard for everyone, regardless of their religion or lack of it.
Then you should make them. Morality from divinity is invalid if you haven't established the divinity in the first place.
There are many arguments I could use to elaborate but I think an argument from morality is a great foundation.
Why is something good or right compared to bad or wrong? What makes something good or right compared to bad or wrong?
Before I give my explanation, I would like to hear some explanations from you guys.
The social backbone of our species, and the mutual concern of most social animal like us, is the rule of universally preferably behavior and non-aggression against your fellows. Something is "wrong," if the actor would not prefer that his action be used against himself. Someone is "bad," if they habitually use violence (except in self-defense).
The natural problem is that tribalism dilutes this social adhesive in large groups; however religion, being a form of tribalism itself, is not an answer to that problem unless you suggest the conversion or genocide of everyone not in that religion. I should also mention: religious schisms are inevitable, so even the aforementioned extremity (converting or killing everyone into your religion) is no promise of a uniform tribe.