I had an experience the other week at church that has really had me thinking the last little while. We were at church in Ronan, MT and it was time for the sacrament to be passed. The bread came and the water came, but something happened when the water came... I picked up the cup and then immediately dropped it. Water of course went spilling all over me. I felt foolish at first and thought that only a two year old would do something like that, but as I've thought about this embarrassing experience it has had much greater meaning than simply doing something and feeling dumb. What does the water represent? It represents our Savior's blood he freely spilt for us. Exactly the point that has hit me: He gave his blood for me and I can either use the Atonement and make his suffering worth it, or I can ignore his gift to me and simply spill the water cup. I know that what I did was an innocent mistake and I thankfully took another water glass, and was able to partake of the sacrament. I know that our Savior was willing and ready to perform the act of the Atonement for each one of us. He loves us that much! He wanted to make it possible for each of us to return to live with our Heavenly Father. None of us has ever done anything too bad to use the Atonement and be forgiven of our mistakes! Through the Atonement we can be completely forgiven of our sins and be pure and clean! It is never too late! Our Savior is there waiting for us with open arms, he is waiting to welcome us back to the fold! The choice is ours- We can spill the water cup or we can partake and be cleansed! I, for one, would much rather partake of the Atonement and allow him to cleanse me.