Don't overlook the symbolism of the well of living water, the water of life, and the water of rebirth. Also, IIRC, the use of water was a practical solution to a societal problem, referenced in the Doctrine and Covenants.


At 01:13 PM 9/8/2003 -0400, you wrote:
The overwhelming majority of the liquid content of blood is water and, for that matter, the same goes with grapejuice. When you think of it that way, it works.


Stacy Smith wrote:

I may be a dunce on this one, but where is the true symbolism of Jesus' lifeblood being crushed out of him and him being bruised for our iniquities with the current use of water in our Sacrament? With grape juice we'd have the proper symbolism, but I fail to see the proper symbolism represented with water. I'm not criticizing our use of water but only trying to understand.


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