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  • Kathleen Iburg-Montreuil

    Jelly Bean Prayer Jars with cards. Great Easter idea, would be good for Sunday school classes.

  • Diane Penrose

    Easter Jelly Bean Prayer: Red is for the blood He gave. Green is for the grass He made. Yellow is for the sun so bright. Orange is for the edge of night. Black is for the sins we made. White is for the grace He gave. Purple is for His hour of sorrow. Pink is for a new tomorrow. And handful of jelly beans, Colorful and sweet, Is a prayer, a promise, A loved one’s treat! Happy Resurrection Sunday! To make the jelly bean jars you need: a jar (I recycled a Starbucks bottle) j...

  • Amanda Wickson

    Easter Idea- The Jelly Bean Prayer {printable}

  • karen kovalcik

    Jellybean prayer jar

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