I have compiled the Verses from 4 Chapters of "Shree Parama-Samhita" in one text.
In these Verses Bhagavan Shree Vishnu says, that He is not Impartial (see the Verse 02.112) and that He Loves His Devotess most of all.
"Shree Parama-Samhita", 12.43: "Among animals, cows are worthy of respect, men are more worthy of it than these, Brahmans among them deserve more respect than other men, more than Brahmans, mendicant ascetics, more deserving of respect than these ascetics are yogins".
"Shree Parama-Samhita", 12.44-45: "More than even yogins are those desiring emancipation in complete serenity of mind".
"Shree Parama-Samhita", 26.79-81: "Those devoted to Bhagavan Shree Vishnu are superior to animals, men, Devas (Gods) and yogins in all the worlds for certain, as the Devas are to men, as Bhagavan Shree Hari is to the Devas, as the Siddhis among the yogins, as Bhagavan Shree Hari among the Siddhas".
"Shree Parama-Samhita", 02.108-109: "It is Me Alone (Bhagavan Shree Vishnu) that all men please by sacrifices of all kinds.
It is again Me that the Yogins, masters of all senses, contemplate, praise in prayers and worship in devotion.
It is Me again that the Upanishads of all the branches of the Vedas discuss".
"Shree Parama-Samhita", 02.110: "Being in all the worlds as their Soul, I am the Supreme Soul, controlling all, all the worlds exist in Me, I am therefore the Lord of all".
"Shree Parama-Samhita", 02.111: "Whoever among men are devoted to Me, and resign themselves in My Hands, they become Siddhas without doubt, having attained their object".
"Shree Parama-Samhita", 02.112: "In regard to creatures two wishes arise in Me, O Brahmin. They are affection and neglect, I am eternally possessed of both".
"Shree Parama-Samhita", 02.113: "Those devoted to Me, doing good deeds, I favour by the first of these, those not so devoted and given to doing evil. I punish them by the other".
"Shree Parama-Samhita", 03.71-75. "Meditation with Love is what is taken to be Bhakti. Worship offered without Loving Devotion is as good as not offered. Loving devotion is regarded as consisting of eight integral parts - the more so Devotion to Bhagavan Shree Vishnu, by attaining to which (VISHNUBHAKTI) one gains the supreme Siddhi (emancipation) quickly".