God wants us to believe in Him,
Do you have kids? Do you want them to know who you are?
And here is a big problem. You assert that your god wants us to believe in him - I'm presuming that your meaning here is "accept that he exists", rather than "believe without any evidence", because of your previous assertion that you have all the evidence you need.
So okay then. Your god wants us all to accept he exists. Well, there are many, many ways that could have been accomplished.
1) Ensure that all religious texts, throughout history, carried the same message about the same god. (On that subject, I'd be interested to hear how your "research" of multiple faiths - some of which portray multiple deities, some of which proclaim theirs is the only one - led you to believe they were all talking about a single one. But perhaps that is for another thread.
2) He could answer when he is called. Not in a "give me this, help me with that", but in a "here I am, let's talk" kind of way. You know....the way if your kid called you, you would answer directly and immediately, because you love them.
3) He could have made a world where his existence is as obvious as the existence of the earth beneath our feet. We can touch it, smell it, taste it (ick!)....pick it up, throw it around, build things form it. Earth is THERE, undeniably. Your god isn't.
That's just a couple, off the top of my head. If your god really wants us all to believe, he is doing an appaling job of showing it.
I have kids. I want them to know who I am. So I am a direct and obviosu presence in their lives. Yet I've seen your god as often as I have seen Reginald Warburton. Who's he? I have no idea, because he's never done anything to give me the slightest idea he exists. If he was my father, then he has done NOTHING to show me that - exactly like your alleged god.