Some people must doubt before they’re able to believe. Yet, you can have doubts without living a doubtful way of life.
Doubt is a way of responding, not a permanent condition. The goal is to sharpen the mind, not necessarily change it. If doubt leads to questions and the answers are accepted, then doubt has done good work. It’s when doubt becomes stubbornness and stubbornness becomes a way of life that doubt overrides faith.
Don’t settle into doubts. Move on from them to pose the question, get an answer, and push for a decision.