I'm not sure. If God proved they exist (I refuse to use He when it's obvious to me that the Almighty is above the bodily/physical concept of gender) unequivocally, I would still need them to explain the meaning of death and suffering to me. I would need answers to a lot of personal questions, and they'd have to sort out which religion, if any, has the best system in place for the correct worship of them, it's very likely that either we'd need to invent a new religion altogether because we might discover our old books on the subject are out of touch with the reality, or find out that God does not require or need any sort of worship. What kind of transcendent and all-powerful, immortal being would care one way or the other for human worship, and if It did, wouldn't that mean that it was showing human vanity and conceit, and therefore become unworthy of our worship? So, I don't think I would. The deity in question would have to establish his worth to be worshiped, give a reason why It needs worshiping, and only if Its followers could understand the divine purpose suffering and injustice. Job is not good enough. I can't have a God who talks down to me, telling me the answers aren't mine because I'm a human and He is God. That's a cop-out. If I ever spoke with God, I would demand answers. That might sound arrogant, but I just want to know why some babies are born deformed or sick, why bad things happen to good people, why unjust regimes and dictatorships are allowed by It when It has the power over our lives, and, if two opposing baseball teams pray to the same God with equal passion and reverence, which one does It choose, I want to know why so many good people are poor and so many bad people are rich and live blessed lives even though they are greedy and their wealth comes at the expense of millions of workers around the world, why God never let us discover things like penicillin much sooner, why God makes people gay and then makes his supposed followers turn against them with hate and rage, why he had his son come to preach about hypocrisy only to have just as much of it more than 2,000 years later, etc. A God that cannot help me understand questions like that is not worth any of my time.