What To Do On Sundays
You could try to rest. I promise you all the work you have worried about all weekend will be there on Monday morning.
Just a thought.
The source escapes me for now, but I do remember reading or being told that the President of the Church made the comment that, absent other pressing matters of a spiritual nature, he could think of no better way to spend the Sabbath than taking a good long nap.
What Not to Do On the Sabbath
This subject I am going to leave be for two reasons.
- It is the Sabbath and odds are you know what you should and should not be doing already.
- The human race is at a point right now where if you tell it to not do a thing, it will burn down nearly half the planet showing you how he can do anything he please.
Consider Your Life
If you are happy and satisfied or desperate and miserable, Sundays are a good day to consider your life.
Think about where you are.
Ask yourself if this is where you want to be.
If it is not, what do you need to do in order to get where you want to be?
Wherever that is, you cannot get there without deciding to do so and taking the first step in that direction.
Sunday: Not Just Another Day Off
I tend to be very lazy on Sunday myself. We are instructed to rest, but seriously? Some folks pack an entire week of work into that single day.
“Oh, but we’re doing the Lord’s work.” Well, be that as it may, some folks can get burned out working all week, many working six days a week and then cramming a week’s worth of church related work into one day.
It is called the Sabbath, a day to rest. I don’t think the Lord would have prescribed a day of rest unless He knew we would need it.