A day of rest
Six days may work be done;
but in the seventh is the sabbath of rest,
holy to the LORD.
We live in a 24/7 world.
A frantic lifestyle that has now become our norm.
No one is willing (or perhaps able) to stop for just one day a week to rest and recharge the batteries.
We need to "unplug" and make the Lord's Day a day of rest and a time for family.
There are so many wonderful things you can do to unwind -- sitting in the sunshine with a book (perhaps your bible), going for a gentle stroll and talking, inviting friends or family over for afternoon tea (don't make it complicated and lots of work), writing letters to loved ones or perhaps listening to hymns on a winters day. It shouldn't be a day that you need to rush to the shops for groceries or for cleaning the house, even dinner can be a simple meal that doesn't involve to much work. Children need to learn that one day a week is special and should be set aside to "unplug" from the world and connect with the Lord.
Sadly, even Christians have lost the importances of the Lord's Day.
Rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for Him.