Hosanna! Hosanna in the highest! That’s what the crowds called out as Christ rode into Jerusalem a week before His death:
“Glory to God in the highest!”
“Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord!”
But what a difference a week makes!
Since Palm Sunday marks the beginning of the Passion Week, I thought I’d share a coloring page this week that I designed especially for the occasion.
As you color, reflect on the warm welcome Jesus received during that triumphant entry. Think about how cold those hearts had grown just seven days later.
Compare that contrast to your own experience. How did you feel about Christ when you first came to faith? Do you love Him even more dearly today? Or has your affection and enthusiasm cooled off a bit since then?
Is Jesus still a stranger to you? Then we invite you to know Him, to trust your life to Him, to discover the great love that compelled Him to die for you, and to welcome Him with joyous shouts of “Hosanna! Hossana! Bleessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord.”
Note: This design is from the second in a line of coloring books I released recently. I hope you’ll check them out!
Need more coloring pages? Look here for more free printables, or buy one of my devotional journals:
Ideas for using these coloring pages:
- If your younger children have a hard time sitting still through church, let them color these Scriptures during the Sunday sermon (older kids might rather take notes with this printable)
- My children and I enjoy coloring these sheets together while my husband reads aloud to us in the evening. (For a special treat, I let them use my Prismacolor pencils.)
- I give them to my children during school time so they can color at the table while I work with their older siblings, and vice versa. (Since each of them has their own devotional journal, I’ll sometimes just assign pages out of that for them to fill in or color — that way, they get some handwriting practice, too!)
- I do one of several things with the pages once they’ve finished coloring them (and none of them wind up on our refrigerator): Sometimes we send them in letters to penpals. I might glue one into a child’s scrapbook or tack it on his bulletin board. Our littlest guys have even been known to frame them as a creative arts entry for the State Fair — there’s nothing like winning a ribbon and cash premium to motivate them to do their best job coloring future pages!
/?can i printer these colour pages out for kids to colour are free to printer
Jennifer Flanders says
Yes, the color pages are 100% free for personal use, so you can print as many copies as you’d like to share with your friends and family. The copyright notice at the bottom is only there to prevent people from trying to pass my pages off as their own, uploading my files to their website, or trying to sell them.