Jelly Bean Prayer Printable – Jelly Bean Gospel – Printable

Jelly Bean Prayer – Jelly Bean Gospel a way to use the jelly beans and share the gospel using the colors of the jelly beans. This blog post also shares National Jelly Bean Day and even a printable version of this prayer. #JellyBeanPrayer #JellyBeanGospel

Jelly Bean Prayer

First let’s learn more about jelly beans

Jelly Bean Prayer Printable - Jelly Bean Gospel Printable

About jelly beans

Jelly beans are small, bean-shaped candies that are usually made with a shell of sugar and corn syrup and a soft, chewy center. They come in a wide variety of colors and flavors, and are often sold in mixed assortments. Some of the most popular jelly bean flavors include cherry, grape, lemon, lime, orange, and strawberry, but there are also many more unusual and exotic flavors available.

The exact origin of jelly beans is not known, but they are believed to have been developed in the United States in the late 19th century, possibly as a modification of a Middle Eastern confection called Turkish delight. Jelly beans became particularly popular in the United States during the 1930s, and were a favorite treat of American soldiers during World War II.

In addition to being a popular candy, jelly beans are often used in games and activities, such as the game of “bean boozled,” in which players take turns eating jelly beans of different colors that look identical, but have either a delicious or disgusting flavor. Jelly beans are also a popular decoration for cakes, cupcakes, and other baked goods, and are often used in Easter baskets and other holiday displays.

I want to share this with you. My mom handed me this bookmark she got today from my church (2012). It is called “The Jelly Bean Prayer.” It gives you a different color of the Jelly Bean and what it means. A great prayer for around Easter, National Jelly Bean Day or just anytime! It reminds me of the Power Salvation Bracelets.

This is the bookmark that my mom got.

On March 9, 2016, I was at the Talbott, TN post office and a woman handed the clerk a little baggie with jelly beans in it and the Jelly Bean Prayer. This can also be known as the Jelly Bean Gospel.

The colors of the Jelly Bean Prayer

  • RED – Red is for the blood Christ gave.
  • GREEN – Green is for the grass God made.
  • YELLOW – Yellow is for the sun so bright.
  • ORANGE – Orange is for the edge of night.
  • BLACK – Black is for the sins that were made.
  • WHITE – White is for the grace Christ gave.
  • PURPLE – Purple is for the hour of sorrow.
  • PINK – Pink is for the new tomorrow.

I thought this was cute and I knew I had to share it with my readers of my blog. When we pray, we can thank God for each of these colors and what they mean. Here is the bookmark my mom got.

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Not to mention, Jelly Beans are very popular during Easter. This would a great to witness to people and share the Jelly Bean Prayer with them but giving them jelly beans and this prayer. You can use this as a form of a gospel tract to hand out to people.

National Jelly Bean Day

Did you know that April 22 is National Jelly Bean Day. What a great way to witness and evangelize. Hand out these colored Jelly Beans and what each color means. We don’t have to just use this around Easter or National Jelly Bean Day, but we can use this everyday to witness to someone. It is much similar to the power bracelets with the colored beads.

Do you hand out jelly beans and witness to people? How well had that worked? Please share your experiences.

Be sure to check out All Things Color

Download Printed Version!

I have printable versions where you can print one to a page, four to a page, nine to a page and sixteen to a page. Click on each one or right-click and save link as pdf.

This would be great to hand out to people or even do a as a church activity.

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Single page

Below is a single page download available in pdf format. It is vector based too.

Jelly Bean Prayer Printable - Jelly Bean Gospel Printable

4 To A page

Below is one you can print with 4 to a page. It is in pdf format and is also vector based too.

Jelly Bean Prayer Printable - Jelly Bean Gospel Printable 4 to a page

9 To A Page

Jelly Bean Prayer Printable (9 to a page)

You can print this one with 9 to a page.

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16 To A Page

Jelly Bean Prayer (16 To A Page) Free Printable

Print 16 to a page with this print out.

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Below is a list of blog posts that relate to Easter. Be sure to check them all out!

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This post was originally posted April 8, 2012. Last republished or updated February 16, 2024.

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