In our condition by nature all have sinned and come short of the glory of God (God’s standard of righteousness). Romans 6:23
God is absolutely just and will by no means clear the guilty. Exodus 34:7
We cannot keep God’s law and we are the objects of His wrath. John 3:36
Man is fully responsible to God. Rom 1:20 (See also Matt 23:37; James 1:13-15; Deut 30:19).
When we consider what it means to be dead in trespasses and in sins, our inability as a result of the fall, as well as our own personal guilt we might well ask, "Who then can be saved?"
Jesus gave the answer: “With men this is impossible, but with God all things are possible." Matt 19:25,26
See also Jer 32:27
There are some who rightly claim that God gave man free will in the beginning but they fail to see that man lost it by the fall.
The great "whosoever will" (e.g. Mark 8:34) of the gospel does not depend on so called free will. Despite the inability and bias of fallen human nature, it stands because it depends on that which is in God, and not upon that which is in man. 2 Peter 3:9 1 Tim 2:4.
"When He saved my soul cleansed and made me whole it took a miracle of love and grace"