"Love doesn't discriminate between the sinners and the saints."
Many times, Christianity is branded as a group of close minded people who force their faith on others and hate on people who don't share their same views. The sad thing is, there are "Christians" who do that, and give a bad name to those of us who are following God's will.
I am a strong believer in loving everyone, those who deserve it and those who don't. I mean, look at everyone on this planet! We are all sinners, and we are all undeserving of such a holy and perfect God.
A lot of people that I have talked to believe that God wants them to shove faith down people's throats, forcing salvation on those who are not ready, but I believe that it all comes down to love.
I don't mean to sound like a weirdo, *hippie voice* "It all comes down to love, man."
If we love the sinners and the saints, treating them as God would treat us, then we are spreading the good news by our actions. When we quietly and patiently love those who are sinning, we are showing them what God did for us.
"Let all that you do be done in love." - 1 Corinthians 16:14
He commands us to love everyone, to let His love fill us and spill out into the rest of our lives. If love were an emotion, it would be harder to act on, but it is a choice. Love is patience, longsuffering, kindness, being joyful, peaceful, etc.
"My little children, let us not love in word, neither in tongue; but in deed and in truth." - 1 John 3:18
God commands us to not just talk about love, but to act on it, showing it to every man, to the sinner and the saint.