I'd rather bet on a .001% chance that Jesus is Lord than 99.999% chance that life is based on nothing but random chance and death.
Most sperm get a brief swim and that's it.
Your chance of becoming the Messiah are millions of times greater than one sperm's chance of fulfilling its purpose.
Still, most sperm are dedicated to a sense of purpose. That purpose is to be absorbed by a larger cell and trigger the well-programmed growth of a new organism.
Of course, as your yourself are the rare result of a successful sperm, you discount the role of randomness and believe that life has purpose.
We are only one generation away from Google Contact Lenses.
Broadband cochlea replacements.
At that point most of will be sensible only to the internal signalling of the larger organism of which we will be but cells.
DNA, against all odds, will have made it past evolution all the way to Intelligent Design.
Of course, eventually -- or perhaps soon, or maybe even now -- we will be a mere organ in the anatomy of a superintelligent intergalactically networked individual.
And what will our role be? Perhaps we will be a remote scouting organ on the lookout for even larger creatures that want to consume us. Or it.