I remember when I first heard the term “spiritual gifts” in a sermon. The pastor described them as the ways in which we serve God using our talents and abilities. And I thought, what is my spiritual gift?
Doubt is a lot like the wind—you can't physically see it but you know when it's there. Since it's tough to relate to something we can't see it makes sense why we use metaphors like a downward slope or a raging river when we talk about doubt.