Show me a verse which states man is unable to confess his sinsIf we are affected by the fall, and so bound by sin, incapable of choosing anything but sin, then how can we act like we are unaffected by the fall, and somehow choose righteousness? The Bible is clear that in our sin, our righteousness is as filthy rags, the same filthy rags worn by the unrighteous sinner. In other words, there is no difference.
Some say that God looked forward in time, saw those who would be righteous, and chose them, except that would mean that these people were unaffected by the fall. God is choosing them to tie up loose ends, and take the credit, right? Yet you just said that man is affected by the fall. You can't have it both ways. Either God chose man, and because God chose them they got saved, or man chose righteousness, and because man chose righteousness, they walked into heaven. (That is pelagianism, for if they are truly righteous, then they have no sin, and are unaffected by the fall.) There is no middle ground here. Jesus made that quite clear, once again, in His answer to the disciples to the question of "Who then can be saved?" "With man, this is impossible..." So, how do you squeeze in possible into that statement? It is unrelated to the second part of Jesus statement, because it is separated by a but. "but with God, all things are possible." So...God can save man, but man cannot save himself, whether by choice, or by action. If God chose, then you can be saved. (Obviously, I say, you will be saved, since God is all in all, and there is nothing that can stand between Him and His will.)
So, how can you reconcile what you say about free will, with what Jesus said?
Show me a verse which says man is unable to accept God's offer of help
Show me a verse which actually states no man can understand or believe the gospel unless regenerated
of course salvation is impossible for man God must save. But that he cannot save himself does not mean he cannot
believe either'. That is just an assumption of your theology