That's sounds very delusional to me.
There is nothing delusional about it. If is perfectly logical.
As an analogy, let's say a man committed a murder and there was no proof that could be found that the man committed the murder.
That man still committed the murder even though there is no proof that he did so.
Exactly. That would eliminate all this worshipping a ghost rubbish. It's the evidence I want, not prayers etc.
No matter what evidence we present to non-believers we cannot prove that evidence came from God.
It is not evidence that you want, it is proof, but there can never be any proof of God except God Himself.
I suggest you read my post: #920
How can you possibly know that? What unique access do you have that I don't?
"The reason God does not prove He exists is because God wants our faith. "
I know that because it is in the Bible, but it is also a matter of logic. An all-powerful God could prove He exists to everyone, so the fact that He has not done so must mean He wants us to believe on faith and evidence, not proof.
There will be no approaching god. God doesn't exist. All the praying on earth will not deliver one iota of anything from a ghost.
You are free to believe that if you want to but you cannot prove it, not any more than I can prove there is a God.
Moreover, asserting that God exists is false because it has not yet been proven true is a logical fallacy called Argument from ignorance