Despite the fact that God is sovereign, all people are responsible to him for whatever they do, say, or think.
In those days, there was no king in Israel: every man did that which was right in his own eyes. Judges 21:25
People are responsible for their own sins
God is not responsible for human sin Deut 24:16; Eze 18:4 Also see: Job 19:4; Ps 51:4-5; Jer 31:30; Eze 18:20; 33:1-20; Ro 6:23
Death is the result of sin Ro 5:12; 6:23 See also Ge 3:1-7; Isa 43:27; Eze 18:4; 1Co 15:21-22
The law heightens human responsibility for sin
It brings knowledge of sin Ro 5:20 Because the law brings knowledge of sin, it prevents people from claiming ignorance of the nature and seriousness of that sin. Also see: Ro 7:7-9; Gal 3:19
It applies not only to actions but also to words and thoughts. Mt 5:22,28 Also see: Jer 17:9-10; Mt 15:18-19
It brings judgment Ecc 12:14; Mt 12:36-37; 1Co 4:5 Also see: Job 15:5-6; Ro 2:16; 14:12; 2Co 5:10; 1Pe 4:5; Jude 15
Ignorance does not remove responsibility
Lev 5:17 Also see: Lk 12:48; Ac 3:17-19; Ro 1:20
The responsibility of humanity to repent and believe.
It is commanded by God Ac 17:30 Also see: Eze 18:30; Mt 4:17; Mk 1:15; 6:12; Lk 24:46-47
Jesus Christ’s life and ministry heightens the responsibility to repent Jn 3:18; 15:22 Also see: Mt 11:20-24; 12:41-42 pp Lk 11:31-32; Jn 12:48
Lord Jesus, I believe you are the son of God, and you died for my sins and rose again from the dead, I trust you for cleansing and forgiveness, and you have received me as a Child of God. If there is any resentment or unforgiveness for anyone, I lay it at your feet and ask you to forgive me. I ask your forgiveness for being involved in other religions, witchcraft, or the occult seeking other gods. I acknowledge this as sin and loose myself right now in Jesus name. And now, Lord Jesus, I come to and yield my body, mind, and spirit to you. I give you my all. I surrender my tongue to you to be an instrument of righteousness to worship you in a new language. By faith, I receive it now, Lord in Jesus name. Amen.