Previously, Allah (swt) said: (We will ease him toward ease).
Therefore, in both cases there is easiness. This is a very important point, there is an easiness to what you want, O’ human, whether you believed in the compensation or not; you will be shown the path of good and the path of wrong, and you will be given the a chance after another to repent and to be guided. If you denied and considered your self free of need and was stingy with what Allah (swt) gave you and stingy in yourself towards guidance, then, that is up to you, your way will be facilitated to you to do the deeds of the people of Hell fire, and you will be unguided towards obedience because this is your choice.
“Ali [may Allah be pleased with him] said:
“We were at a funeral at Al-Baqi when the Prophet came and sat. So we sat with him. He had a stick with which he was scratching his head toward the heavens, and said:
‘There is not a single soul except that his place of entry has been decreed.’
The people said: ‘O Messenger of Allah! Shall we not then rely upon what has been written upon us? For whoever is to be among the people of bliss, then he shall do that acts that lead to bliss, and whoever is to be among the people of misery, then he shall do the acts that lead to misery?’ He said:
‘Rather, do the deeds, for everyone is facilitated. As for the one who shall be among the people of bliss; then verily he is facilitated to do the acts that lead to bliss. And as for the one who shall be among the people of misery.’ Then he recited: As for him who has Taqwa, And believes in Al-Husna. We will make smooth for him the patch of ease. But he who is greedy and thinks himself sel-sufficient, and denies Al-Husna. We will make smooth for him the path to evil.
Then he read: (As for he who gives and fears Allah. (5) And believes in the best [reward], (6) We will ease him toward ease. (7) But as for he who withholds and considers himself free of need. (8) And denies the best [reward], (9) We will ease him toward difficulty. (10))
 Sunan At-Tirmidhi, Tafsir of Qur’an, hadith No. 3344.