lol trick question?
To me, God is the creator of everything (in the sense that he created the Heavens and the Earth, and the things on the Earth, and then everything we know today has branched off of his creation).
Basically to me, God is kind of like a parent-figure..... God wants me to succeed in life, help others, and do great things. I want to do good things in the name of God, to make God proud, and not let God down. I can easily compare this to the relationship I have with my dad. I want to make my dad happy, make him proud of me, and do things for him and not let him down.
Take a parent of a problematic kid for example:
If the kid knowingly does things that hurt and affect other people in negative ways, the parent would not reward their kid, but rather punish that kid. Likewise, I believe it is the same way for God, but on a grander scale.
I am of the belief that to get sent to Hell, you really have to be a bad person, the type of person that you or I or most people would look at and say: "they do not deserve to live." Even as bad as that person might be, God offers them a chance to change their ways and ask for forgiveness, but if the person refuses and continues their ways, knowing that their ways are bad, then what do you think that person deserves? Especially if the person presented with plenty of opportunity to change their ways, and refuse to.
Likewise, the parent of the kid attempts to help their kid change their ways if they are being bad, but if the person continues to keep being bad, affecting others negatively, the parent abandons their kid. Even after that abandonment the kid might have the opportunity to change their ways and try to rebuild their relationship with the parent, but it doesn't always happen.
What makes God different from a parent-type is that if you are truly sincere in your apology and truly feel terrible about the bad things that you have committed in your life, God will forgive you.
Bad is kind of a broad word to use, considering its really a matter of opinion, but I think you get the idea...