There is much hyperventilating over the new-age concept of God's "unconditional love" for all. You can likely hear my attitude about it - I think it is a bad road to take. In so many scriptures, we are told of the conditional nature of salvation and the Lord's favor comes to us if we repent. I just tripped over another one this morning:
3 Nephi 9:22
Therefore, whoso repenteth and cometh unto me as a little child, him will I receive, for of such is the kingdom of God. Behold, for such I have laid down my life, and have taken it up again; therefore repent, and come unto me ye ends of the earth, and be saved.
Many years ago, I created a fake diety called "LazyJesus" and really should have trademarked it. LazyJesus lounges on a theological couch, engrossed in some TV program, and dismissively forgives everyone so he is not interrupted. LazyJesus saves everyone because he is too busy to make distinctions between good and bad. LazyJesus is that distant dad that isn't paying attention and lets the kids do whatever they please and never disciplines anybody and provides needed cover for any behavior. The love of LazyJesus is measured by his ability to ignore what is happening and provide a never-ending stream of things free of any requirement. LazyJesus sadly seems to be the God of many modern "Christians".
The idea that Christ has "unconditional" love is yet another indicator that a person worships LazyJesus as opposed to the Christ found in scripture. From the scripture above, we see that "whoso repenteth" will be received in the kingdom of God. In the next phrase is the focus of my thoughts here: "for such". This is Christ himself speaking and he says that the act of laying down his life and taking it up again was "for such". One of the central acts of the atonement of Christ was done for "whoso repenteth and cometh unto me as a little child", not for others (not unconditional). Then, another powerful word - therefore - which is to say "based on everything I said before". It can be confusing because everyone is given immortality freely by the Lord, but that is not the greatest gift available to us. Because of the fact that only those who repent and become as little children in obedience to Christ get the kingdom of God and Jesus' sacrifice was done only for them, he reinforces the need for repentance and coming unto him and that this is salvation.
What is the point of the followers of LazyJesus referencing "unconditional love" so much? It seems to be the inappropriate co-mingling of "love" and "salvation" - such people must think that all people are saved because Jesus loves everyone. Does the true Christ love you? Yes. Does the fact that he loves you mean that you will be "saved"? No. A large expression of Christ's love is in providing the opportunity to be saved. Everyone can be saved, but only under the conditions of repentance. At least in this case, love doesn't conquer all - you must still repent and turn to righteousness. That is why I constantly bring up repentance - I am just echoing what Christ says all the time throughout scripture!
I advise you against being a devotee of the fictional LazyJesus. LazyJesus can't save and certainly cannot exalt. The true Christ that constantly preaches repentance - he can and does save, if you repent.