But your reasoning is circular. If you a priori start from the proposition that there is NO evidence of God, then you already have your conclusion and are begging the question.
I cannot "give" you a personal piece of evidence to substantiate faith or belief, or enough evidence that it is logically valid to believe in God. All I can do is say that, for me, I have direct evidence and private revelation of God. And no, my team winning is not a "miracle."
Regarding a kind of "public" revelation, I'd simply point you and Dawkins to the incorruptible bodies of saints in the Catholic Church. These are a few (few hundred) saintly people who died and whose bodies either don't compose, or the natural decomposition process is so stunted that they will be around for thousands of years at this rate.
You certainly don't believe that bullshit about the saintly bodies, do you? I mean, today, in 2015? Come on!!!
We've got Egyptian mummies from 2000 BC, frozen Otzi from god-knows-when, and formaldehyde! The "saints" not decomposing--not a miracle. Not even a good hoax. Plus, the bodies: do we get to examine the bodies? Not a good claim. Because, shit, Piltdown Man. Google it.
And, MY circular reasoning? YOU haven't met God. That I'm certain of. I have never, nor will I ever make the mistake of saying "there is no God." Because, I don't have to, to be an atheist. YOU provide the proof, I'll tell you if your methodology is right or wrong.
Your PERSONAL "proof" of God's existence has no bearing on me or the rest of mankind, because you can't 1) replicate your results, and 2) falsify your conclusion. As in, find an explanation that contradicts your--circular reasoning aside--claim. Plus, have I had a chance to examine you...medically? Like, do you have a tumor, or do you hear voices? If you cannot meet even these basic criteria, you have no authority to claim anything but, well, your delusion.
Plus, this must be asked: God revealed himself to you? And which God? There's thousands, of which you're guilty of concluding don't exist by virtue of 1) the saints bodies, and 2) your own personal experience. Because, I'm telling you, India. Millions like you. And certainly with non-decomposing holy people as well.
Faith is a thing, as in, emotion. It has as much power as people give it. The power to build a pyramid, found a civilization even. But the object of that faith has eluded mankind since the concept was conceived. That don't make that object real. Or real-er.