What do you do in the sacrament LDS?
- Remember the Last Supper.
- Think of Jesus Christ.
- Ponder the Words of Sacrament Hymns.
- Remember and Recognize.
- Give Thanks for Blessings.
- Keep Your Mind from Wandering.
- Turn Your Thoughts to the Atonement.
- Reflect on Your Covenants.
What does the LDS sacrament represent? The sacrament is an ordinance instituted to remind members of the Church of the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ, the Son of the living God. The Saints have been commanded to partake of the sacrament often to show their willingness to take upon themselves the name of Christ and always remember Him (see Dallin H.
Why do LDS take sacrament? When we partake of the sacrament worthily, … we take upon ourselves the name of our Savior and promise to always remember Him and to keep His commandments. The sacrament is one of the most sacred ordinances in the Church. Partaking of the sacrament worthily gives us an opportunity for spiritual growth.
What does it mean to take the sacrament? 1a : a Christian rite (such as baptism or the Eucharist) that is believed to have been ordained by Christ and that is held to be a means of divine grace or to be a sign or symbol of a spiritual reality. b : a religious rite or observance comparable to a Christian sacrament. 2 capitalized.