If you want to believe in God, Jesus, the Bible (or the Koran, the Book of Mormon, or Lizard People, or whatnot) then go believe. I'm not interested in discussing the issue, not because I'm close-minded, but because if you want to do something, that's sufficient justification for doing it, and when it comes to matters of belief, I have no interest in stopping anyone from believing anything. Believe what you want, say (mostly) what you want (but no lying!), read what you want, associate with whomever you please. I have nothing to say because, in a narrow sense, you win.
But the thing is, there are a lot of people who believe in God not because they want to, but because they mistakenly believe they have to: They believe because they think it's the truth, and they — like me — want to believe the truth, regardless of how they feel about specific truths.
I believe evolution, gravity, quantum mechanics, meta-ethical subjective relativism, that I live in California, not because I want to believe these things, but because I have to believe them: they're true... or so I think. I might be wrong, in which case, I'll change my beliefs. And I believe there's no God not because I want to believe there's no God, but because I have to, because it's the truth.
If you want to believe in God, fine. Do what you want; you don't need to justify yourself further. But if you think you have to believe in God because it's true that God exists, then we have something to talk about, because we both want the same thing, to believe what's true, and I think you're mistaken.