The basic human problem in relation to truth and God is a moral problem. The Bible says, "A fool says in his heart 'there is no God.'" He has not said it in his head! If we said it in our head, we could have done something about the problem, but since we say it in our hearts, our heart is the problem. You are your own problem.
While you have willfully and morally departed from God, you can’t claim ignorance. You have some knowledge, even some knowledge of what is right. Those kinds of things are written on your conscience and in your heart. Unfortunately, your willful, moral rebellion clouds your reading of your own heart and conscience.
Evidence of moral departure includes the fact that you think yourself morally superior to others. You should instead compare yourself with God's perfection morality!. Evidence of moral departure includes the fact that you think you can somehow reach God on your own terms, instead of submitting to God's terms to access him. Evidence of moral departure includes the fact that you think you are basically good and do good rather than being basically bad and doing bad. Here you are completely disqualified from perfection because you have at least done one bad thing in your life, but you only count the good things in your life.
You are found guilty, before God’s perfection.
And yet there’s hope of freedom.