Easter Poems for Toddlers 2020

Here we have Easter Poems for Toddlers 2020. I hope you enjoy this great collection of Easter Poems ranging from Christian poems to cute poems for children.

Learn about the legend of the Dogwood tree and more. As a child, I used to love Easter.

We got to color beautiful Easter eggs and later have an Easter egg hunt.

We would eat an assortment of Easter candy like chocolate bunnies, jelly beans, and marshmallow peeps usually without restraint until we got sick.

My father would give us either a LIVE Easter bunny or baby chick. We lived in a rural area and had farm animals. We would watch the baby chicks peck their way out of an egg or the rabbits would give birth to a litter of adorable bunnies around Easter.

My mother gave us lots of Spring toys to celebrate surviving another long dreary winter. She’d give us yo-yo’s, airplanes, or little sailboats to sail in my father’s acre lake.

The crocuses and daffodils would break through the melting snow and display their breath-taking beauty.

Spring is like a great metaphor for life. There is a lot of personal growth that comes out of the cold barren experiences in our life. It is the winters in our life that give birth to new growth, new insights, and re-birth.

Our spirituality and belief in a Higher Power can help us triumph over the seemingly disparate and desolate times of our life.

Celebrate this season of resurrection and re-birth! Now check out Easter Poems for Toddlers 2020.

Easter Poems for Toddlers 2020

The Resurrection
© By M.S.Lowndes

We hold so close to our hearts
The cross where Jesus died
But so much more than the blood-stained cross
Is that Jesus came back to life

The stone’s been rolled away
The tomb lay open and bare
They looked for Him, and then the angel said
He is no longer here

Oh what joy they must have felt
To see Him just once more
To eat with Him, to drink with Him
To receive Him back as Lord

So much did He accomplish
His death upon the cross
And in His rising from the dead
He reconciled us back to God

Nothing else could bridge the gap
That sin had wrenched apart
Now we can freely go to God
And receive Christ in our hearts

Easter Poems for Toddlers

Easter Poems for Toddlers 2020

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The Angels Kept Silent
by Danette Kettwich

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Away up the hillside
My Savior was led.
My humble Lord Jesus
With thorns on his head.

The angels above
Looked down on His way;
They kept silent as they
Watched Him that day.

They watched as the beam
Was dropped in a hole.
Wings trembled in rage
And made thunder roll.

Not long ago they watched
Above where he lay.
They rejoiced as the Savior
Was placed in the hay.

This time they watched silent,
They did not rejoice;
They did not echo in
Any harmonic voice.

Did they wait in their legions,
A single word to be said?
One word to prompt a rescue
Archangel led.

Did they know this way was
God’s eternal plan?
From the sword in His side
To the spikes in His hands.

The angels kept silent
He cried ‘It is done.’
Did they weep as if
The enemy had just won?

As the Messiah was
placed into the grave,
Did they comprehend the plan
For human souls to save?

Three days passed as they
Watched the stony place.
The death shroud then fell
They looked upon His face.

Heaven could no longer
Hold back their voice;
Their silence was broken
Inharmonic rejoice.

Hallelujah! He has risen!
He has risen from the dead!
He is alive! He is alive!
Just as He said!

Death has no victory,
Death has no sting!
For Christ is alive
He’s the everlasting King

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Jesus Loves Us All So Much

© By M.S.Lowndes

Jesus loves us all so much
He would bleed and die
He took upon His beaten back
The cross that saw Him crucified

Yes, He loved us all so much
He was scorned and scoffed
He took it all upon Himself
For it was the will of God

God knew it was the only way
The final sacrifice
Jesus Christ, a sinless man,
Would need to give His life

And even in the gift, He gave
We still have not yet known
The fullness of His mighty love
And the grace so freely is shown

All He asks is that we all
Repent and follow Him
He has made the way for us
Free from hurt and sin

Yes, God loved us all so much
And yes, He loves us still
He longs for us to trust in Him
And do the Father’s will.

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Updated: March 23, 2020 — 4:53 pm

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