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Thursday, March 24, 2016

History of Easter Eggs

Jesus Christ was crucified and resurrected, according to the Bible and Christian belief, and Easter is the day we celebrate his resurrection. Jesus Christ was nailed to the cross and died on Good Friday. He was resurrected three days later on Easter Sunday. Easter also traditionally signifies the end of Lent, which begins on Ash Wednesday, and is a period of atonement prior to the celebration of Easter Eggs have been the most common Easter gift over the years and are....Read On
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