Fourth, “hands that devise wicked schemes.”
Anyone that plans ahead of time (premeditation) to do evil is a hand that devises wicked schemes. This would include burglarizing homes knowing when the occupants leave, or a burglary after a store closes, sabotaging someone’s car with a bomb, waiting in a dark alley to rob someone, or stalking a woman in order to rape or kill her. Anyone that plans ahead of time to do harm or evil to someone is a person that God is personally opposed to. Someday they will give an account for every evil deed they do in their lifetime (Matthew 12:36, Romans 2:6). For those who are born-again, they have already had their judgment and have been declared innocent due to Christ’s atoning sacrifice. God sees them as having Jesus’ righteousness imputed to them. Those who have not believed in Jesus Christ and trusted Him as their Lord and Savior will face the Great White Throne Judgment and give an account for all their lifetime deeds (Revelation 20).
Fifth, “feet that are quick to rush into evil.”
If their feet are quick to run into evil, they are already predisposed, or already of a mind to want to rob, murder, hurt, lie, or cheat others. They don’t have to think about it. They instantly run to do something where they see an easy opportunity. They quickly jump to their feet to take advantage of someone in a vulnerable position, like someone leaving their purse on a restaurant table or finding someone’s wallet on the floor and rushing to pick it up and quickly taking it for themselves.
A person that doesn’t even have to think about doing something wrong is always quick to do it. They rush ahead, not even thinking of the consequences, so they are likely not a Christian and they have no conviction from the Holy Spirit about thinking twice about it. Their only goal is easy money or an easy target. They don’t stop and ponder about it – they run swiftly to take advantage of a situation. The human heart, without the Holy Spirit, is desperately wicked and thinks nothing of jumping at the chance to do something wrong (Jermiah 17:9). A Christian has to battle their conscience because God’s Spirit is restraining their behavior and making them think about the consequences first, tends to not jump at the chance to do something that they know is inherently wrong.