What is Easter represent?
The resurrection from the dead of Jesus Christ (his death is commemmorated on Good Friday).
The bright colors on Easter represent the new sunlight in spring. The bright colors on Easter represent the new sunlight in spring.
Easter eggs represent Jesus' resurrection. Bunnies lay eggs therefore bunnies came to the picture of Easter
The bright colors on Easter represent the new sunlight in spring.
Easter represents a religious belief
Easter eggs (and bunnies) represent fertility. Easter is named after Eostre, the Saxon goddess of spring, when fertility and new life were celebrated.
The bright colors on Easter Eggs represent the new sunlight in the spring.
because they represent new life.
Easter Day Easter is the day that Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus from the grave.
Christmas represents the birth of Jesus. Easter his death.
Tulips are a spring flower and Easter is a spring holiday.
Easter eggs represent like after Jesus was crucified it was like he was reborn as a egg.
Easter represents the day Jesus rose from the dead and it stands for something
the Easter eggs represent new life in spring like Jesus came back to life.
The rabbit is know for being an animal that reproduces quickly. So the rabbit in Easter is supposed to represent life.
the crown and thrown
It represents new life.
Purple can represent Easter or riches.
Easter is a festival and holiday celebrating the Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Easter is the first Sunday after the full moon following the March equinox.
The Easter egg is a symbol of birth and new life. The Easter egg is used during the celebration of Easter as the spring solstice to represent the birth of nature during spring time.
Roman Catholic Answer The liturgical color for Easter is White, although Gold may be substituted.
these represent new life and Easter
rabbits eggs food
represent a new beginning SPRING
new life new life
supposed to represent the death and resurrection of Jesus
some people say that Easter egg and in particular the rolling of Easter eggs symbolise the disciples rolling away the stone at the entrance to Jesus' tomb, however Easter eggs, Easter bunnies and Easter chicks represent fertility, new life and the reawakening of spring.
some people say that Easter eggs and in particular the rolling of Easter eggs symbolises the disciples rolling away the stones at the entrance to Jesus' tomb. however Easter eggs Easter chicks and Easter bunnies represent fertility,new life,and the reawakening of spring
Easter comes from a pagan spring rite and eggs represent the rebirth of the world after the death in winter. The Catholic Church in the Middle Ages was able to convert the pagan tribes and give another meaning to Easter.
Easter is a time where Jesus is reborn and a time of happiness. Eggs represent new life and bunnies are a sign of happiness.
It represents the cloth that wrapped the body of Jesus and was left in the grave when he rose from the dead on Easter morning.
the bunny rabit is apart of the pagion holiday
Easter Bunny is like the tooth fairy. Made for young kids because they arent able to understand the concept of Jesus and religion.
They are Idol's that were worshiped by the Polynesians, (like the huge heads of Easter Island).
A: No. The Easter egg represents fertility, as does the Easter bunny. Easter was named after the goddess of fertility, Oestre. Christians took over the celebrations that took place in the pagan spring, in order to attract converts into the churches.
the birth of new life, when Jesus rose from the tomb he was "reborn"
the bunny saw jesus die and made a day for jesus
The Easter bunny started to represent new life and then some person decided that he should give out eggs a few hundred years ago! Hope this helped
it represents new life like when Mary went to go see Jesus he was gone and everyone believed he was then a spirit so it represents new life
The easter bunny began giving out eggs to represent how Jesus died on the cross to save our sins. Christians started this so that the easter bunny would give out things just as Jesus did. This started in america I do believe.
Because Easter eggs represent Jesus' resurrection. And they put candy in or whatever, for fun.
The Easter bunny contributes to the pagan celebration Easter, it is supposed to also represent the pagan female goddess Easter meaning 'Fertility.' Really Easter should not be celebrated for it is worshipping a pagan goddess who all she did was give birth many times... Easter is not associated with Jesus. Easter bunny i guess was made for little kids. Easter Bunny is so not real and all those trackers are fake just to wind up… Read More
There was no European countries when the Easter bunny began. The celebration of Easter comes from the pagan rites of spring. Easter eggs and bunnies represent rebirth and fertility after the death of winter. When the Catholic Church began to convert the pagan tribes they used the Easter rites and symbols for their purposes. It was easier than trying to change everything to just use what was all ready existed.
A symbol of rebirth, or renewal, as Christ rose on the third day after crucifixion, according to the Bible.
Christians celebrate Easter to mark Jesus' death. The eggs represent new life and the bunnies and chicks represent babies (young animals aswell as humans) Although you would think it would be a sad day Christians believe Jesus was willing to be killed, and did it to forgive us for our sins.
The colorful Easter Egg of today represents Easter because it is really a carry over from the Pagan Holiday celebrating the Goddess of Spring, Estre. The Easter Bunny represents Fertility, the Eggs is colored in beautiful colors to represent the Sunshine, while the yolk of the egg represents the Sun and the white of the egg represents the Moon.
we receive chocolate eggs that are round to represent our life's as whole. we eat these thinking about Jesus and what happened to him.
There could be carrots, but that is not the tradition. The tradition is to have dyed eggs because eggs represent the coming of Spring. Carrots do not.
They don't. It's just a way jelly bean companies make money on holidays.
It represents the period of time after Jesus died and before he rose again.