All Things Pink
When we think about the color pink we may think of a soft color.
Amoxicillin Bubble Gum Medicine
We may think of bubble gum or even that pink stuff we took as a child, the antibiotic, Amoxicillin.
Even some candy like bubble gum is pink. Remember that hard stick of gum that came in a package of baseball cards?
Maybe even think of pink when someone is having a baby girl! Of even a girl color. While on the other hand, blue is for baby boy and boys color.
Others might think about the Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Ribbon. When I worked at ADT in the scheduling department, they had a pink day in October 2012. So I dressed up in pink. I got best dressed in pink in my department. I even decorated my team supervisors’ desk with pink stuff. You can see that picture of me in pink below. I had on my Lady Vols t-shirt I got from going to a Lady Vol Basketball game. Read more about the The Pink Ribbon!
As they say, Real Men Wear Pink!
Below are the responses I got when I asked people on Facebook this questions.
When you think about the color Pink what do you think about?
- October/Breast Cancer Awareness
- Plexus Slim the pink drink!
- My Wife’s Pink Socks
- Passion and Love
- Prim Rose, girls, bows, tutu, blush, cat noses, puppy noses, pigs, and Piglet from Pooh
- Baby Girls
- My Favorite Color
- Mary Kay make-up
Jelly Bean Prayer
In the Jelly Bean Prayer The Color pink represents thew new tomorrow. (See below)
PINK – is for the new tomorrow.
Number of times used in the Bible
So I used biblegateway.com to look up how many times the word “Pink” is used in the Bible. Below is the number of times.
New King James Version (NKJV) – not found
King James Version (KJV) – not found
New International Version (NIV) – not found
Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB) – not found
English Standard Version (ESV) – not found
Lexicons for Pink
The same applies for Lexicons. There was no Lexicons found for the color or word pink. So Pink is not used in the Bible.
First published July 11, 2016. Last updated/republished October 2, 2018.
My name is Steve Patterson and I am saved through the blood of Jesus Christ. I have been blogging at Courageous Christian Father since 2012, however, I have been blogging since around 2004. I listen to nothing but Christian Music. I work as a graphic designer.