There's a possibility my cat is God, I cannot prove or disprove this idea.
It has exactly the same weight as any other non provable argument. But the odds of it being correct are quite small so I don't spend much time thinking about it and concentrate on what I know instead.
and to me, that is perfectly fine.
I tend to search internally for answers, in quiet moments and prayer or short meditation. I've had dark moments in my faith. I've had moments where I feel I was being moved by a guiding hand. I fail in the definition most Christians in the fact I am not pushy towards Atheists and those who follow other paths in their spirituality (I'm also a cursing horn dog but I digress). I think the argument/conversation becomes inflamed when the game of one-upmanship takes hold and ends any relevant dialog.
evidence pertains to science which pertains to concepts of empiricism stemming from the enlightenment, all of which naturally imply observation, and it's pretty obvious God is not observable, so your question can be rejected in its entiretey
That depends on your interpretation of what you are viewing. Not all is completely understood. Why do things happen as they do? Some see chance, random events, causes of and effects layering on top of each other. Others see that same portrait of life and see a grand design.