Question: We should be thankful that god provides us all with air to breathe.

That really isn't an argument; it's more of a statement of faith. Let's take religion out of it and use the example:

"I am lucky my husband let me talk to you after I disappointed him yesterday."

While still not an argument, it does demonstrate flawed reasoning characterized by and unhealthy psychological state as well as strong emotion... in this case, perhaps a lack of self-respect and fear. I think this is categorically different from the God example because of the "faith" element that is unfalsifiable (that God gave us air). Interestingly, in the Diagnostic Statistical Manual (DSM-5) there are several disorders that have religious exceptions. Like the saying goes, one man talking to an invisible friend is crazy, when many people do it, it's religion. :)