When I was a kid, my great grandma had this...thing, at her house. It was a (fake) Bible that looked like it had two hands coming out of it. The hands were folded together, in prayer I guess. That thing used to scare the bejeebus out of me.
Now, maybe it's just me. But I've always found religious hand sculptures to be extremely disconcerting. I guess we feel like we're approaching blasphemy to sculpt God's face, so we do His hands as a consolation. If the sculpting is poor to boot, you get something like this:
Plus, it's a candle, so it gets extra kitsch points.
He's got the whole world in His deformed hands,
He's got the itty-bitty babies in His misshapen hands,
He's got you and me, brother, in His malformed hands,
He's got us all in His creepy hands!