the text you have in your signature completely twists the Bible.
God created man. Man only had one thing that he couldn't do because he didn't even have knowledge of any of the other sins of the world. Man broke that one rule, which in turn stained humanity as sinful. God is perfect and can not have anything to do with sin. So, he sent his Son, a form of himself, as the final sacrifice to make up for all sin (sin can only be redeemed with blood, hence the sacrificing on animals by Hebrews). He did this because he loved us. He created us because he loved us. But he also did this to redeem us and bring Him glory, glory that he deserves.
And I know that I'm on a different side of this argument, but where does it say that God gave us free will? It says he controls everything and knows everything before it happens because he looks at all of time as one moment. How could he be as powerful as he is described if the case were: "Don't do anything...Oh no they did something bad. I had NO CLUE they would do that." Sin has made us imperfect and we are meant to strive to be perfect through Christ by accepting his gift and following his commands.
tl;dr - God's not a hypocrite. Who says you have free will? Do you think you should go unpunished? His can want to love you, but he can not actually do it if you're drowned in sin.