Thursday, December 6, 2007

The Meaning of the Candy Cane


Many years ago, a candy
maker wanted to make a candy
that symbolized the true meaning
of Christmas-Jesus.
The hard candy was shaped like
a "J" to represent Jesus name.
The color white stands for the pureness of Jesus. The color red
represents the blood
Jesus shed for us.

6 comments:

Jennifer said...

I've also heard it looks like a shepherd's staff to remind us that Jesus is our shepherd, always there to guide us and that the hardness reminds us that he is our solid rock

Kellan said...

I didn't know this and that is so cool. I'm going to make sure I tell this story to my kids - thanks. See ya. Kellan

Nap Warden said...

No way, I never heard this! Smart=you!

WorksForMom said...

Wow, I actually remember learning this in bible school when I was young. I still love that story.

An Ordinary Mom said...

Knowing this and the fact that it is shaped like a shepherd's staff, the Lord is our Shepherd, makes me appreciate this holiday candy more :) !!

Daughter of the King said...

love this post...and the others...first time at your blog.
Deby