An important lesson I’ve learned about the Sabbath is that there’s really no such thing as a Sabbath “cannot.” The Sabbath day is like any other day in one way—I can use the 24 hours however I want. And like any other day, those choices invite God closer to me or keep Him at a distance. Time and time again, I’ve found that the best feelings come from choosing Him every chance I get—especially on His holy day. I’ve also learned that obedience yields the greatest blessings. One of the Ten Commandments is “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy” (Exodus 20:8). We can choose to make the Sabbath a day of “can”. There are many things we can do.
Ideas from Michelle Torsak:
1. Practise Primary songs.
2. Make a flannel board Sunday box. Cut out felt figures for scripture stories.
3. Draw and deliver pictures to elderly people in your neighbourhood.
4. Read and watch scripture stories.
5. Watch and learn from Matt and Mandy.
6. Make a family history scroll.
7. Have a family story swop. Each you’re your favourite family story. You can illustrate it, and even write the stories.
8. Make conference quote cards.
9. Play the Articles of Faith Memory Quest.
10. Play gospel-themed matching games.
11. Learn new songs with the Sing-Along Videos.