At the risk of appearing irreverent, I note from the scriptures that if God and his son were sitting in lounge chairs on a beach, wearing sunglasses and sipping Pina Coladas contentedly and the ocean before them were filled with sinners drowning in their own sin, neither would feel any compulsion to put down their drink and intervene. From the divine perspective, God owes no sinner anything. What a sinner gets, the sinner deserves. Period. God is under no obligation to lift a finger to save a sinner. They are free even to laugh at the plight of the sinner, even if in fact he was sold into sin by his ancestor.
AS FAR AS GOD IS CONCERNED, SINNERS HAVE NO RIGHTS.
God does choose to save some. This perspective of "optional mercy" is offensive to some but is entirely scriptural:
[Rom 9:14-18 NLT] (14) Are we saying, then, that God was unfair? Of course not! (15) For God said to Moses, "I will show mercy to anyone I choose, and I will show compassion to anyone I choose." (16) So it is God who decides to show mercy. We can neither choose it nor work for it. (17) For the Scriptures say that God told Pharaoh, "I have appointed you for the very purpose of displaying my power in you and to spread my fame throughout the earth." (18) So you see, God chooses to show mercy to some, and he chooses to harden the hearts of others so they refuse to listen.
God is, in regards to being moved by sentiment, much like a bird in that he's above any kind of sweet talk or sentiment. He acts according to his eternal purposes, PERIOD.
To God, sinners are simply pinatas. Unless he decides to have mercy upon them. In which case he enters into covenant with them and thereafter they are protected in the same way that one protects their own eyeballs.