Where does your God's morality come from? Does God care about everyone equally?
God's morality doesn't come from anything, in a unified singular Reality morality is nothing but a human concept relevant to creation. It's only relative where duality exists, because then you have cause and effect where they didn't exist prior in a singular Reality.
That's not to say God doesn't have thoughts of good and bad, or expressions of divinity, goodness and evil. It's just that they don't matter, because there's no opposites to bounce between. So those terms are irrelevant.
It would be more accurate to question what motives God has toward creation rather than attempting to define Gods morality. Because they mean nothing to a singular state of being. Imagine yourself existing entirely alone, no momma, no daddy, no brother, sister, friends, kids and no good guys vs bad guys....just one Being with no other sources. What then would morality mean to you? who could you articulate that to or express good and bad to?
So basically morality is only relevant to us in creation, where cause and effect exist and where we have the capability to create actions (cause) that have consequences (effects). Only within duality we have the ability to observe opposites and separation and opposing forces.
Does God then judge us morally wise? in one way yes and in one way no lol. Yes in the sense Karma exists precisely for the reason God knows within a dual environment there must be consequences, and God wants the individual soul to progress and learn from its mistakes. It's through pressure, trial and error that one can learn anything about themselves. So creation is driven both by cause and effect and the law of Karma, which is also cause and effect. Only you have a natural system and a moral system, and these systems create stabilization.
During the journey of the soul, that God watches and observes, all these factors play a role in the souls development. It is what gives the Creator pleasure, because God only has that experience through you.