Why did God give us Two Hands?

Why did God give us two hands? We need two hands to hold two important buckets of knowledge so we can contemplate the details of each and the relationship between the two. One hand is not enough. A third hand is superfluous. One hand is to hold his ignominious defeat. The other hand is to hold his glorious victory. Can you articulate the details of his ignominious defeat? We tortured and killed him. He suffered and died. Can you articulate the details of his glorious victory? He rose from the dead still alive and still in love with us. Can you articulate the relationship between his ignominious defeat and his glorious victory? The evil we did to him ought to have extinguished him and his love for us. But, it did not. Both he and his love for us emerged from the black hole of death. That he emerged from the black hole of death still alive is the proof that Jesus is God. No mere mortal emerges alive from the black hole of death. He did. That he emerged from the black hole of death still in love with us, however, proves so much more than "mere" divinity. This added detail reveals to us that our simple conception of divinity as omnipotence is not quite accurate. It is incomplete. If his love for us were counterfeit, it would have faded as we tortured him and died when we killed him. But it did not. His love for us survived the evil we did to him. That love survived the evil baptism into which we immersed him is the proof that divinity is love. His omnipotence is awesome. Indeed, his omnipotence made paradise. However, it is his love for us that makes paradise sweet. Omnipotence without love is a false God. Omnipotence makes God powerful. Love makes God perfect