You do not what? Again, I point out to you, error in your logic.
I do not believe that what the Bible records is necessarily true, I gave my reasons why, and I don't care about the conditional logic in your statement.
You want a "sign" and you are asking the wrong person.
You affirmatively asked and therefore proposed that God could provide proof even right now. Are you backtracking such a claim?
But in summary, all that I have said is that convincing verifiable proof comes from God -that is it.
This is confirmation bias.
hopefully you will learn that believing that you know something is fact solely based upon the conclusions of others that you have read in a book, or even testimonial evidence from eyewitnesses is different from knowledge.
This is regressive, ignorant, and a wee bit hypocritical if you put faith in the Bible.
You might also be interested in the Problem of Instruction.
Even the supposed existence of God begs the question of which god it is, if ever named on Earth. (Prologos, an immanentist, and I had a lengthy debate about this recently which I really thoroughly enjoyed.) As improbable as God is, it is even more improbable that such a hypothetical God had a thing to do with the Bible and every passage in every book in Bible canon.
TL;DR - You bought a bridge that someone wanted to sell you. Aren't you the least bit interested in the due diligence on said bridge?