You hate what God wills to happen if he wills that you hate what he wills to happen. God might will something precisely so that you would hate it.
The other way is to identify obvious commands like "Thou shalt not kill," as the will of God too. He can ordain that someone kill his son and yet still say, "Thou shalt not kill." That is not schizophrenia. God is not against himself. He has his wise and holy purposes for ordaining what he ordains. But we should govern our lives according to the revealed will of God (his moral will).
No, John, it's not schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is an illness, the word you're looking for is "contradiction". And how is that not contradictory? God says not to murder. God ordains someone to murder. Do not murder. Murder. Do not murder. Murder.
Hey, if you can find some way to resolve the contradiction, tell me all about it. (Note: simply asserting "there is no contradiction" is not enough. Anyone can assert anything. Prove it.)
When it says, "Thou shalt not kill" or "covet" then we should not kill or covet. If God gives a person up to their own covetousness as a means of judgment then you can look at that covetousness and say, according to Romans 1, that it is God's will that the person be given up into their covetousness. But still we should not covet, because God has told us not to.
Again, wtf is God's problem? Don't covet, but, you, Bob, you're going to be coveting. Everything. No, don't covet! What is wrong with you people? I am being perfectly clear.
I don't disagree that we should hate the horrific evil that is in the world. We should hate Satan's designs to destroy people, even though God could snatch Satan out of this world in a minute. He could take him away. He is clearly willing that there should be a Satan, otherwise he would destroy him in a minute. Therefore the fact that Satan is there by God's permission and design does not reduce my hatred of Satan, because God ordains that I hate Satan. In fact, one of the reasons he leaves Satan marauding in the world is precisely so that there would be an occasion for me to declare myself to be morally against evil. If there were no evil there then that kind of dynamic wouldn't even happen.
Again, bad things happen- to other people- just so you can hate them. We could live in a utopia free of hatred, pain, suffering, loss, grief, death, etc., but then you wouldn't have anything to hate. God is so good!