I guess you don't think you can get God to tell you the right six words either.
Strange, don't you think? God wants all to come to Him and wants none to perish. He knows us intimately and knows what would make us believe, yet He won't go that far. Six words...six silly little words and God won't do it. I can only assume that, if He exists, He wants some people to not believe.
Jonas, a miracle is by definition something that doesn't usually
happen and I don't think anyone here ever claimed to be a miracle-worker at the snapp of your demanding fingers, least of all me, so you can keep your six words and enjoy them for as much time as you have left on this earth. As far as I am concernced they are not even worth the tiny space that they occupy on your bulletin board, and I am going to tell you exactly why.
The reason is quite simple if you invest a little sober thought about what the scriptures you quote are saying within the context of the rest of the Bible
Sure, God wants all people to be saved. Who wouldn't?? You probably want all people to be free and to enjoy the freedom that you enjoy, but does that mean that you would simply open the gates of every prison cell around the entire world and let every rapist, murderer, thief, arsonist, swindler, child-molester and so on .. to go free as they are
? Neither does God! And being saved involves more than just believing he exists:
"You believe that there is one God. Good! Even the demons believe that--and shudder." James 2:19
God DOES want everyone to be saved, but not unconditionally
, and not with the kind of "belief" that even demons possess.
Miracles weren't performed by Jesus as magical bulletin board tricks to get people to believe. Quite often they were doen to relieve suffering and to give hope, but sometimes, rather than being given to produce faith, they were presented as a testimony against those who refused to believe:
"Then Jesus began to denounce the cities in which most of his miracles had been performed, because they did not repent. "Woe to you, Korazin! Woe to you, Bethsaida! If the miracles that were performed in you
had been performed in Tyre and Sidon, they would have repented long ago in sackcloth and ashes. But I tell you, it will be more bearable for Tyre and Sidon on the day of judgment than for you. And you, Capernaum, will you be lifted up to the skies? No, you will go down to the depths. If the miracles that were performed in you
had been performed in Sodom, it would have remained to this day. But I tell you that it will be more bearable for Sodom on the day of judgment than for you."
Miracles can just as easily produce rebellion as they can produce faith because unless someone submits to God's way
then merely believing something in a worldly manner will not benefit them. A rapist, murderer, sodomist, child-molester, burgler, or even a petty shoplifter is never going to be free from the things that enslave him unless he ceases to exist and becomes a new creation. Death and resurrection are the conditions. Apart from these there will be neither freedom nor salvation.
Someone conjuring up the six words you think are sufficient to give you faith might make you become a church-goer, try to live your life differently, make the way you think change and so on. But they will never, never
be enough to save you.
You are as mistaken about faith and miracles as you are about the use of "omnipotence" to convert free-willed individuals. A policeman's gun can only be used to enforce law. As "powerful" as it may seem, it has no power to change anyone unless that person really wants to be changed. Also, a policeman's gun can also only be used under the confines of the law, and as powerful as God is, He by his own admission, submits to law, just as much as a policeman does (or at least should do).