I'm afraid this question is based on a misconception of what God actually is.
Now while it is entirely impossible for me to fully express to you what God is in words. And since it is obvious that you have your doubts as well,
which, while understandable, makes it even harder for you to understand, then there is no way for me to fully express the nature of God to you. But
for the sake of answering your questions I will try and provide a basis of understanding by which to formulate my answer.
God is not a human being, he is not a person limited by the conditions of his own creation. So no, God cannot feel lust, cannot feel hatred, cannot
know what it is like to be a well-off materialistic person. But that is not the full answer.
It has been said that God is omnipresent and Infinite, let us examine what this means.
Can something come from nothing? No. And yet we have the theory of the big bang in which, as far as our own knowledge allows us, must at some point
begin from something coming from nothing. The ancient Indians also described the creation as happening in a similar way to the big bang. But their
thought process worked in a different way, numerically speaking. Rather than beginning from an indivisible 0 and progressing positively as each thing
was created, the Brahmins thought of it as beginning from an indivisible infinity, and progressing negatively as each thing was divided out of the
whole in synchronized motion with the evolution of the chemical-electromagnetic structure in which the whole universe is built, and by its very nature
both creates and observes what is unified in division, since it itself is divided. God is that infinity, and it doesn't really matter whether you say
0 or infinity, both are indivisible, and both are essentially, irrelevant to the dualistic universe (and remember we did get the concept of 0 from
India, of course we westernized it).
It has been said in the Upanishads that God is like the salt in salty water, it cannot be seen, it cannot be removed from the water, but wherever we
taste the water it is salty.
In a similar fashion God exists in the universe. And In the simplest way of explanation possible, God is essentially, pure Consciousness, he is where
volition springs from and volition is essentially spirit, which identifies those things which are animate as alive and those which are inanimate as
non-living (as opposed to dead, which suggests that volition has been removed) And volition over what? Over matter and the material creation, and each
living things possesses this quality to some degree. But it cannot be seen, neither can it be seperated out once it is dissolved in the material
creation like salt in salt water.
God is the experiencer, of everything, and he is experience itself, only the false ego keeps us from our natural state of unity with him, the ego
being based off the idea that it is the body and mind that posses the faculty of volition, rather than that this volition is the ruler of the house
itself. It is this illusion that causes us to fall prey to such things as lust and greed and hatred, because these emotions are essentially related to
our belief that external matter has power over us, which it does if we believe and experience ourselves to be the mind and the body, which are also
external to pure consciousness.
Since God is both the experiencer of all things and experience itself then yes, every time Joe Everyman felt envious of his neighbor for having a six
bedroom house when he only had a four bedroom, when he glanced across the office at that new secretary in the short skirt and got an erection thinking
of the things he would do to her, when he felt hatred for the opposite political party/religious denomination etc etc God was there, experiencing,
feeling, because he experiences EVERYTHING. But God is not just experience, not just consciousness, he is PURE consciousness, and consciousness is
only pure when it is not identified with matter, and remains in perfect equanimity to all that it experiences, when it is consciousness and only
consciousness, not consciousness sullied by hatred/fear/lust/greed etc, not greed-consciousness hate-consciousness fear-consciousness
lust-consciousness (because what are emotions but conditions of experience?) but simply consciousness itself, so while God experiences all these
things, he is not affected by them, he does not need to react and thereby become conditioned by the chain of cause and effect, he simply watches,
because that is what he is: awareness. Gods essence is Infinite Awareness, his nature is Infinite Equanimity.
Now, the wickedness part, it is only wicked to feel and do these things because it seperates US from pure consciousness, from equanimity, forces us
into the illusion of identification with matter, binds us to the conditioning of cause and effect, and ultimately brings us to the cycle of happiness,
misery, happiness, misery again and again and again depending on our particular material circumstances. The wickedness is first and foremost against
ourselves. If we remained in the knowledge that we are not the body and not the mind then how could lust affect us, affect the body yes, perhaps the
mind, but knowing that volition is the source and ruler of the house, then we reserve the right not to react, but to simply observe these passing
manifestations of the chemical-electromagnetic structure of the universe.
So you see, the scriptures have only told us these things (do not envy, do not be full of lust, do not hate etc) to try and light the path to
equanimity, and the emotional factor of equanimity is unconditional Love and Joy. Rather than the misery of being emotionally bound to the dice throw
of the various impermanent manifestations of the material creation.
So you see, if God were a person living in the sky and was all-knowing and everywhere at the same time, and he created lust and then told everyone it
was evil, and then looked at women (being all knowing) and was overcome with lust, then your question would make sense. But hopefully now I have shown
you at least a tiny fraction of the true nature of God, and as such revealed to you that your question simply doesn't make sense, God is aware of all
lust that occurs within the universe, but he MUST, by his very nature, remain in equanimity to what he experiences, since the second he does not
remain equanimous, he becomes conditioned by cause and effect, and would be zapped to a single place as a single fragment of the material creation
that has a certain reaction to lust (indulgence or aversion), but i shouldn't have to point out that that isn't possible, even if that did happen,
God would still remain, and the conditioned being would no longer be part of God. And since there would be no awareness without him, because he is
awareness he HAS to experience that lust, being an object of experience, but it is only the limited human being that is affected by these things, the
system of morality is FOR us, to show us how to act selflessly and in unconditional equanimous Love. And I'm sure it must be obvious, with the
limitation of identification with the illusory seperate self/ego, comes self interest, and with self interest comes the exploitation of initial
conditions of the individual, be they better or worse than another, and with this comes chaos, immorality "wickedness" and inequality - the opposite
of equanimity, the opposite of God -
In summary: If God was not equanimous, he wouldn't be God, it would be something else that is all knowing and if he wasn't aware of all that
transpires he also wouldn't be God, since divided matter is simply unified consciousness viewed with the goggles of the seperating
chemical-electromagnetic conditioning of consciousness called the human mind, which must try (and ultimately fail) to categorise and catalogue the
different impermanent manifestations of that indivisible 0/infinity.
God being that consciousness, obviously he is aware of all that occurs within himself.
Disclaimer. I know God is neither he nor she or neuter but there isn't really a word for that, so generally I find it acceptable to just, if you're
male say he, and if you're female say she, since it IS ultimately your deepest self your talking about