An interesting thought is the Goodness of God.
What does this mean and how can we expect it to play out in our lives.
One perspective is to consider the good actions of a person towards animals. Everyone would think it a good, kind act to take in a stray dog or give to the care of animals that need shelter and food.
In the same perspective we would expect a good God to care for even the smallest of creatures in His creation, even mankind. He wouldn't just care for them but would redeem them from their broken state. When people say people are too insignificant for God to care about, but are willing to give to needy dogs, they dislocate their logic with their actions.
As a result it would be expected for a good God to save man and not the other way around. It is in God's power to save, it surely is in His goodness to act to do so.