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In Matthew 3:16 God says of Jesus
"This is my Son, whom I love; with him I am well pleased."
God treats believers as fellow children of God, co-heirs with Christ, therefore he loves us too.
How do we know that the bible is a reliable indication of how God feels
Well, the title is talking about the God of the Bible, which is a literary character. Real life is not relevant.
God's redemptive love for humanity is weaved through the narrative of the Bible.
In Genesis with God's kindness to Adam and Eve after the fall, to his choosing of Abraham and sons. David and the kings, through to the prophets message of repentance, and finally to Jesus and the resurrection.
The terrible suffering and injustice that exists in the world today proves that (if he exists at all) God is not a loving God
Science has proved that God does not exist
It's not always mankind's fault. God let Lucifer spread evil, and Isiah 45:7 clearly states that God himself brings evil/destruction.
Yahweh is supposed to be omnipotent, meaning He could end all suffering if He wanted to, meaning He is choosing to let humans suffer.