Your entire list is sooo relatable to me. But, this one was the hook that kept me around for soooo long. Twice I got on my knees, in tears, "knowing" only sincere specific prayer was answered. Both times these prayers were "answered" in very direct, and prompt ways, via sources and people far removed from the church. The unlikelihood of it all dominated my mental operating system for almost 20 years. It was my personal "proof" of god. It kept me tethered to the cult in the face of soooo much conflucting data/evidence.
Such a strong hook too. Damn hard to move on when one's young adult social set is in place. I still have a few pieces of my old social set in my life. But, I was lucky that we got hooked up with a non believing couple in our early 30s over youth baseball. They were are contrary example to the cult. They blew us away. They exhibited all ofvthe "good stuff", without any of the disengenious judgment and manipulation. Now they, and two other couples with a mutual interest in camping, make up our core relationships. And, it all is sooooo much better. Would be perfect if I could delete the religion triggers stuck in my mind.