What does the bread and water represent LDS? Thus, it often represents the very idea of nourishment.
What does the bread represent in the sacrament LDS? The bread represents the Savior’s broken flesh, and the wine (or fruit of the vine) represents His spilled blood (see Matthew 26:26–28; JST, Matthew 26:22–25; JST, Mark 14:20–25; D&C 27:5).
What does the sacrament prayer mean LDS? It is fitting, then, that the sacrament prayers remind us that our God is also a father and that his sacrifice was essential to the Atonement. We ask thee. The sacrament is communal. We partake of it along with others who are united with us by shared baptismal covenants and by the mutual need to repent and recommit.
Where is the LDS sacrament prayer found? quotes the sacrament prayers and 3 Nephi 18:29-32 from the Book of Mormon, as weJl as Doctrine and Covenants 17:8; 18:9, 22-25, 34, and thus originated after mid-lune 1829.