Proverbs 6:16-19
“These six things doth the Lord hate: yea, seven are an abomination unto him: A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, An heart that deviseth wicked imaginations, feet that be swift in running to mischief, A false witness that speaketh lies, and he that soweth discord among brethren.”
It would seem obvious that someone who runs toward evil, instead of away from it, would wind up in trouble, and sadly there are some who do not run away from it. There are some who automatically will do the wrong thing if given the chance and are quick to do it. Even the Apostle Paul tells us that when he wanted to do right, evil was present with him (Romans 7:21).

God hates it when we run to evil quickly and do not run away from it. The reason that this is the case is that sometimes evil looks really pleasant on the outside. Satan can disguise himself as something beautiful and harmless, but inside is death. The enticements of the world can seem harmless and so we run toward them with swift feet, only to find out that they were not the right things to do.

What is the opposite of feet that run to mischief? Feet that run away from it. The Bible says to shun the very appearance of evil in Ⅰ Thessalonians 5:22, “Abstain from all appearance of evil.” The best example of this is Joseph running away from the advances of Potiphar's wife. This is the example for all of us to follow, to see the evil, regardless whether or not it is beautiful on the outside, and if it is found to be evil then we run from it as fast as we can.

Run away from the wrong, not toward it.

61-0730E - “The Sixfold Purpose Of Gabriel's Visit To Daniel”
And when Potiphar’s wife, this beautiful woman, honorable, highest, one of the highest women there was in the country, begged him and persuaded him. And he turned, and she caught him and tried to hug him up to her. And he jerked till he even pulled his coat off, and run from her. Yes, sir. And when he come in, they told a lie on him, said he come in to ravish her, and she left his…and he left his coat there. And for that he went to the dungeon. But, in the dungeon, God was with him, no matter where they put him.

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