What is Easter?
Easter is one of the principal holidays, or feasts, of Christianity. It marks the Resurrection of Jesus three days after his death by crucifixion. For many Christian churches, Easter is the joyful end to the Lenten season of fasting and penitence.
The celebration is marked with many events like church services as well as all nights and get together which are done to mark the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Before the celebration of Easter, there is the Good Friday which is also celebrated as part of the whole event as well as the Easter Sunday as well.
What is The Story of the Easter Lily?
The significance of Lily is known to stand for many things which include purity, rebirth, new beginnings and hope and is most often associated with the resurrection of Jesus Christ as observed on Easter.
Easter Lillies are mostly been said to be a pagan tradition whereby people gave their mothers the lily flowers as means of showing their gratitude and love towards them.
It is said that after Eve was sacked from the Garden of Eden and whiles leaving the Eden Garden she was remorseful and shed tears which turned into lilies.