"If you follow My statutes (bechukotai), and observe My commandments, and perform them" (Leviticus 26:3)
Semantically we can conclude that God conditions His love to us but in reality we, with the free will He gave us, are who act under the conditions of doing what is right or not.
If we fully assimilate that God's love for His creation is truly unconditional because He lets us choose the conditions, then we can understand that He gives us the choice to either follow our material individualistic desires or His ways and attributes.
Our Creator gives us the strength to remove the wild beasts, the enemies and their swords before us, because our covenant with Him increases us and makes us fruitful, as it is written in this portion (26:4-9).
Love renews and revives our lives when we let God dwell in our midst, because when we embrace Him and walk with Him, He never rejects us (26:10-11).
"I will walk among you and be your God, and you will be My people." (26:12)
God's love liberates us from the slavery of lower thoughts, emotions, passions, desires and instincts.
"(...) and I broke the pegs of your yoke and led you upright." (26:13)
God's love pervades and transcends all creation, in contrast to the ephemeral nature of human illusions. Ego's illusions deny the ways and attributes of love and, when we choose them as the idols they are, we become the victims of their outcome. The words of the Torah regarding this choice are loud and clear, not as a curse but as a direct result of the choices we make.
We certainly know that love does not punish because transgressions contain their own punishment. The moment we abandon love, anything different than love await us (26:14-43). Therefore we can't blame it on God's love because is unconditional as He is.
"(…) despite all this, while they are in the land of their enemies, I will not despise them nor will I reject them to annihilate them; thereby breaking My covenant that is with them, because I am the Lord their God." (26:44)
Yes, because God is our creator and sustenance.
"However, anything that a man devotes to the Lord from any of his property whether a person, an animal, or part of his inherited field shall not be sold, nor shall it be redeemed, [because] all devoted things are holy of hollies to the Lord." (27:28)
In this sense, every personal trait, quality, talent and acquired knowledge as an individual possession must be devoted to God's ways and attributes, and not sold o given to anything different simply because they are gifts from the Creator and therefore sacred to Him.
"O Lord, who are my power and my strength and my refuge in the day of trouble, to You nations will come from the ends of the Earth to say, 'Only lies have our fathers handed down to us, emptiness in which there is nothing of any avail! Can a man make gods for himself, and they are no gods?" (Jeremiah 16:19-20)
God's love is our power and strength because love is our life, and love tells ego's fantasies and illusions (the "nations") the lies and emptiness they are, in contrast to the truth that love is.
We create our own fantasies and we who turn them into gods, and it is only up to us to return to love's ways to free us again from them.
"Therefore, behold I let them know; at this time I will let them know My power and My might, and they shall know that My name is the Lord." (16:21)