The call of the gospel of Christ is a call that is for everyone. Romans 1:5-6 says, “Through him we received grace and apostleship to call all the Gentiles to the obedience that comes from faith for his name’s sake. And you also are among those Gentiles who are called to belong to Jesus Christ.” Jesus came to free both the Jews and the Gentiles. His gospel does not discriminate but instead includes anyone who would deny himself (or herself) and follow Him.
That’s the thing about God. He created all, He sees all, and loves all. Does that mean He loves the sin? NO! The gospel is meant to take away sin if the sinner confesses to Christ. Sin is opposite of who God is; therefore, it cannot live in His presence. The world would tell you that God loves all, so we can live however we want. While the first part is true, the second part is not. It is because of His love for mankind that He sent His Son to die for our sins, that we might choose Him over our sins.
So the first part of what we should tell others about God is that He loves man, every person from every country around the world no matter their past sins. However, He does not love the sins in their lives, so He made a way for man to be with Him without their sins. Praise Him for that!