Does God Love All People Equally?
Article 3. Whether God loves all things equally?
On the contrary, Augustine says: “God loves  all things that He has made, and amongst them  rational creatures more, and of these  especially those who are members of His only-begotten Son; and much more than all,  His only-begotten Son Himself.”
I answer that, Since to love a thing is to will it good, in a twofold way anything may be loved more, or less.
In one way on the part of the act of the will itself, which is more or less intense. In this way God does not love some things more than others, because He loves all things by an act of the will that is one, simple, and always the same.
In another way on the part of the good itself that a person wills for the beloved. In this way we are said to love that one more than another, for whom we will a greater good, though our will is not more intense.
In this way we must needs say that God loves some things more than others. For since God’s love is the cause of goodness in things, as has been said, no one thing would be better than another, if God did not will greater good for one than for another.