The fourth of the ten commandments is the one that commands believers to remember the Sabbath day and keep it holy.
Christians are all over the place when it comes to this commandment. Is the Sabbath still Saturday, or is it alright to take Sunday off? Should we rest on Saturday and worship on Sunday? Do we now have two Sabbaths? Is one of those days meant for simply housework for those busy the other five days?
The way I see it, Christians need to take one day off to rest. The whole day. Have I done this? I don't know. I've tried.
But also, Christians need to physically meet with a local church once a week that sees Christ as the head of the church, and they need to sit through the sermon as God uses the preaching of the Word to awaken people to following Jesus. If you do not sit in the sermon, then you are not being fed and are spiritually starved.
I have the worship aspect down. The resting, I still do not know how to do. Like Martha in Luke 10, I need something to do with my hands while listening to Jesus. On Sundays, usually my hands play a guitar. Some Sundays, I teach Sunday School to kids. Still, am I resting?
On a typical Sunday, Tim and I wake up at 6:30, get dressed, leave our house in Conyers around 7:30, get to church so I can start practice with the worship band at 8:15 or 20. During that hour, I'm on guitar and Tim is in the sound booth running sound and Power Point slides. 9:30 starts the first service. After the music is over, I go to the sound booth and sit with Tim and listen to the sermon. 11:00 starts the second service. During the sermon, I sit with Tim in the atrium and read. Then we eat lunch with Tim's family and spend the afternoon at his grandparents' house. I think if I was not at his grandparents house, I probably would not relax. I'd be thinking of things I need to do to prepare for Monday. Although, Sundays are an all day thing, it has both hectic and restful aspects.
I think the thing for a co-dependent on Sunday is that I must not try to do everything at one time. At Community, everything is at the same time, so it is not possible. God has gifted me with musical abilities. God has also called me to Children's ministry which I do mostly during the week at CCS. Sometimes, if I do Children's ministry on Sunday, it conflicts with my ability to play guitar for the service aspect. But God has called me to both, and it humbles me because I have to realize that things will go on without me. God simply privileges me to be a part of it.