In the whole scheme of things we are irrelevant as concerns a so called god. "The God of the Universe has determined that this planet is the focile point in the universe. All else rests on the outcome here.
the funny thing is, god never says that we are the focal point of anything
the infamous one kinda beat me to it although with a slightly differing explanation to my own - who says we're the focal point?
Could God not be a saviour to other beings on other planets too? And if He exists, and He wants to be a saviour to however many different beings, I'd say that means those beings are important to Him - why would He take any interest at all in someone He couldn't give a toss about?
When a being (from any planet!) considers how small and insignificant they are in this huge creation, the concept that there is a God who does take an interest in them is awesome. I think that's what the psalmist who wrote this was getting at:
"When I consider your heavens, the works of your fingers,
the moon and the stars, which you have set in place,
what are mere mortals that you are mindful of them,
human beings** that you care for them?" (Psalm 8:3-4, TNIV)
(** the guy was writing from a human perspective - replace with any other being as required!)