You have gotten to the heart of the difficulties inherent in belief, G&W. Your "experience with Christ" is completely internal, and it is fueled by the enormous passion of your belief. Being internal to you, it is also impossible to falsify. There is nothing anyone can say that will invalidate the internal emotional response you experience from your passionate belief. I'm not saying this makes you closed-minded, per se, but please be aware that the one thing that convinces you that your belief is correct is something that cannot be logically challenged.
I have described my experience with Christ as providing me with evidence that is 'non-communicable'. That fact doesn't mean that my belief is unfalsifiable because you have to remember that communication goes both ways: me to you and you to me. I cannot communicate to you the full evidential impact that my experience has on me but that doesn't mean that you cannot communicate to me evidence that would act as an undercutting defeater to my belief. For instance, let's say that I say to you that I have this experience that has led me to believe that I am really interacting with Christ; you, being the suspicious sort , do some digging around and find that my wife has been putting mind altering drugs into my food for the last five years because she is worried that I am going to become an atheist. Presenting me with evidence like that would give me pause to consider the origin of my belief. Now if you look back through the posts you will find that lots of people have suggested potential falsifying evidence to me (e.g. imagination, an epiphany, a crush on a celebrity, psychological manipulation, etc...). I think that those are legitimate concerns that provide potential falsifying evidence; however, I think I have good reason (which I have stated) to believe that those possibilities do not provide the true explanation of my experience. The fact that I do not consider those possibilities to be accurate descriptions of my belief just means that my belief is, as of yet, unfalsified not unfalsifiable.
What you have just described here is fundamentally indistinguishable from a belief that is unfalsifiable. The description is an open door for any manner of spin, rationalizing, or internal shape shifting. Why have you made this conclusion (indeed why have you trusted your own interpretation?) when this 'thing' you claim to have experienced is 'non-communicable'? You seem like a pretty intelligent guy. Can you not see this vicious circularity?
A fast talking salesman comes to your door, making claims about a magic solution which he says will cure all illness and decease on contact. He claims that this potion cured his whole family but that it's 'non-communicable'. He then starts spinning and rationalizing away any counter examples to his claims. What a perfect scapegoat!
And yet, what a devious way to make your position immune from having to give evidence and/or demonstration. How is this any different from superstition? "I have these experiences with 'Christ', and they are falsifiable, but now I'm not going to allow any interpretation in that would falsify them."
WOW. Could you be any more non-critical (and indeed anymore dishonest)?
This assertion that your experiences are 'non-communicable' (although you are
communicating them, at least in part, right now) is no different from the claims of my Hindu friends who make similar claims regarding their "felt" experience with their version of God. "Oh you can't talk about it my friend. It is ineffable but rest assured it is therrre." And yet if anyone else tried this tactic on you, you would likely reject it. Can you see the hypocrisy?
Of course, we haven't yet even gotten into the fact that your bible flatly contradicts this idea that the alleged experience of Jesus/Yahweh is non-communicable - quite the opposite in fact (more on this later, if need be). Can you see why your claim looks absolutely identical to someone who simply doesn't have squat and is utterly credulous and gullible?