If you cannot provide evidence, then you cannot state it's fact. Saying something is fact is stating you have evidence you can present if questioned, since you cannot present the evidence, you cannot say it's fact.<quoted text>
I'm really getting tired of repeating myself.
I can no more prove to you that God touched my head than you can prove to me the feeling in your palm when you shook someone's hand. Or that you could prove the conversation you had with that store clerk, you know the one you didn't record....
I went to Dome Burger today, it's my favorite local burger joint. I bought a bacon cheeseburger and curly fries, I love curly fries. I can state these are facts because I have a bank record to demonstrate it if called on. I won't, however, hold fast to these as facts because I don't want to present that evidence. So if questioned I would simply state "that's what I remember doing" and leave it at that. If they dismissed what I stated as day dream or even hallucination, I would not argue them because I am not presenting evidence to counter their dismissal.
It works the same for your god claims.