The Jewish Bible teaches that everyone is responsible for their own actions. Personal responsibility is the name of the game. You do the crime, you pay for it or you repent of it, praying direct to God. You do good, you are blessed for it. You are responsible.
The christian bible, the new testament, turns everything on its head. Did you do a good deed? Forget it. Paul says no man does any good at all (he distorts the Jewish Bible to promote this). You sin? There’s nothing you can do to save yourself. You want forgiveness? You have to rely on someone else. They even distort the Jewish Bible with this ugly, foreign notion by claiming that Israelites needed priests or sacrifices to get close to God, a notion utterly refuted by Micah 6:6-8.
Christianity is essentially the removal of your responsibility. You can’t do anything good, leave it to Jesus. You can’t approach God, leave it to Jesus. When you sin, it’s not you but the sin living in you. And you? You’re essentially nothing but a plaything of whatever force you think you align with at the time.
But that is so so wrong! You are made in the image of God. Make a choice and live up to that image. If you fail, you fail. If, allowing God’s guidance, you succeed you succeed. It’s the life you were given! It’s your choice. It’s your responsibility. So make that choice and live with what follows. My advice? Choose life, revere God and keep his commandments!