Is the 'id' able to deal with God?
MY answer would be (as to the extent of what I understand about this Id) no. Rather it may try to deal with God but is hopelessly at enmity with God.
What Freud called the Id I would think is something like what the Apostle calls "the flesh"
meaning the whole fallen nature of man since the sin of Adam.
The power of the fallen nature (the flesh) is too strong for the well intentioned man to subdue and conquer. He is inevitably dragged down by that fallen nature - New Testament "the flesh"
or "the old man"
The ego approves of the good.
The ego wants the good.
The ego recognizes the badness of sin.
But it has not the power to fully carry out what the ego approves of. And it does not have the power to fully resist the evil that it disapproves of.
A remedy is needed.
For this comparison I look mostly to Romans
chapters 7 and 8.
And I am no expert on Freud. But as far as I think I understand this -
The Ego is the soul.
The Super Ego is the law of God both outside held over the soul and its intuitive knowledge of it aided by the conscience.
The Id I think is the fallen corrupted man infested with the sinning nature that man inherited from the fall of Adam.
The Freudian Super Ego may also be like Confucian "Bright Virtue".