You are attempting to impose fact on faith.<quoted text>
Falling back on what the Bible says is basically saying that God done it because God said in the Bible that God done it. That is a logical fallacy, but it is too late at night for me to remember what it is called or to try to google it to get the correct term. You can't use what is being questioned as being true, or not, as the evidence of what you are attempting to show. On a simpler level, that is like a judge dismissing a murderer from a murder rap, because the murderer pled not guilty. The source is what is in question, so you cannot fall back on the source to prove what you are attempting, but failing, to prove.
Many people enjoy and experience similar psychological experiences from various other endeavors not connected to any deity worship too. Intense group interaction in some of the various types of psychology can do that, meditation can, I suppose drugs can, though I can speak personally only about the legal drugs, as I have never touched any of the illegal ones. I attended an Amway convention once, in Ohio, where the atmosphere was much like a revivalist religious meeting, but Amway and religion are not even remotely related. Both being scams could possibly be a connection.
When you say that you have experienced numerous cases of God both blessing or disciplining you, what you are saying is that something worked in your favor on some occasions, and not on others, which would be the case for everyone, as events can go either way, and most of us have experienced both good, and bad things. To say God was what caused that or let that happen is saying that you saw the hand of God actually physically do the act, or not do it, as one would observe another human being doing something. I know that neither you nor anyone else who claims that God acted or didn't act in a situation actually witnessed God participating at all. That you attribute those events to God's decision is something that you decide to do likely based on how your were indoctrinated to believe in what causes those things.
You have every right to do so. I have every right to believe/have faith in a Being I cannot see right now.
You also have every right to disagree with my theory/faith. You are, however, in a minority.
I would suggest you recognize that much of science is still theory, I mean faith...