It's not as simple as that. We also accepted the fact that humans invent Gods. We grew to understand that religious and spiritual beliefs are culturally based. We grew to understand that it is arrogant and beyond ridiculous to believe that our God is the one true God and that all others are false.You guys accepted the god that you were told about and I rejected the god I was told about. I rejected the false god and you guys accepted the false god. The first 40 years of my life were spent denying the god of my imagination that stemmed from what I was indoctrinated with. But in that instant that I truly wanted to know God, the one in scripture, that did things from a seemingly forthright and purposeful perspective who made no apologies for himself. A euphoric feeling overwhelmed me and in an instant I suddenly received a glimpse of reality from God's perspective.
The euphoric feeling that you felt was not God. It was a delusion in which you allowed your emotions to override rational thought. This unfortunately is commonplace among people who believe in Gods. People who believe in only their God and yet dismiss other Gods are experts in creating rationalizations for their belief.
Not only do you dismiss other Gods but you dismiss the idea that people who once shared the same belief in your God could not have had the same knowledge that you profess to own.
Your delusion is no different nor any more real than those of other faiths who make similar assertions with regards to their experiences with their Gods.