Believers in deities seem regularly to believe that the god is responsible for gifts received, gifts denied, rewards and punishments, good fortune or ill. Believers seem to believe that prosperity is proof of favor with a god.
Such beliefs seem to be universal, yet such beliefs are not supported by the Testaments of the Jews, and they seem flat out contradicted by the Testaments of the Christians.
Examples to follow, and more exposition. Meantime, think for yourself: Adam, Noah, Abraham ... Esau, Sampson ... Job: and John the Baptist, Jesus himself, St. Peter, etc. And think since the Gospels: Martin Luther ...
Think also of the real "saints," the truth tellers, the intellectual independents: Abelard, Galileo ... Think of me, pk, and my teacher, Ivan Illich. No: if god loves you, expect man to hate you. Expect to be the eaten, not the eater.