I've never been a Christian per se, so I won't begin to tell you how to deal with a loss of faith. I will, however, predict the future for you, Truth OT.
Within a few months, the last vestiges of your religion will fall by the wayside. The initial pain of your deconversion will take some time to deal with, but your desire to know more about the world will increase exponentially. You will study science stuff like crazy and that will fill the time void left by your God belief. You will begin to read atheism books regularly, and you will find the arguments so compelling that you will wonder how you ever believed the bible held anything truthful in the first place.
For a time, you'll regret the years you wasted on religion, but strangely enough, your thirst for knowledge will make you want to know even more about it! Soon after, you will start to see just how much God is ingrained in the vernacular of the people and places around you, and it will start to annoy you... slowly at first. Then, you will start to see some awful Christian stories on the news, and in the papers, and on the internet and you will really get angry. You will start to think of all Christians (when it comes to their religion) as deluded and you will find yourself shaking your head at every single argument they bring to the table. Every. Single. One.
With the religious knowledge you have, and the way you express yourself, you might start debating Christians and beating them handily at their own game. In a few years, you might write a book about your deconversion story, which will not make the best seller list, but will appear on the bookshelves in your local Barns & Noble. At some time down the road, you'll be an old man and you will look back to see that life was better... way, way better, without your religion.
And you'll live happily ever after...