I have posted before how God has blatantly answered prayer in my life including the fact I should not be alive today except for the prayers of others when I was too sick to care if I lived or died. Of course according to unbelievers that is no proof. I have concluded that most atheists would not believe proof of God if it bit them on the backside. Oh, I forgot. Without God all truth and morality is relative.
Sounds to me like all you did was get sick, pray and eventually get better. You know that correlation doesn’t equal causation right? It’s like if I said that keeping an American flag flying on my house keeps tigers away. I mean, after all, there’s a flag and there ain’t no tigers! That’s called confirmation bias and it’s not proof. It’s superstition. Like lucky socks, and like lucky socks, it stinks. How do you know you didn’t just get better? Human bodies are remarkably good at repairing themselves. How do you know it was god that intervened in your disease and not just a functioning immune system or medical intervention or some environmental influence or Satan or Jupiter or Zoroaster? And even if you rule all that out, of course, it doesn’t matter because proving that medicine wasn’t what helped you, doesn’t mean a god did. It just means the medicine didn’t. Your flaw is a mix of argument from ignorance (if not god then what else?!) argument from personal experience (it happened to me! Just blindly trust that I had a supernatural experience!) and confirmation bias (the thing that happened is the thing I wanted to have happened so I obviously made it happen!)
How’s that for a bite on the backside?