Adapted from President Russell M. Nelson, “The Sabbath Is a Delight,” Ensign, May 2015, 129–132.
Match the sentences with their pictures. Then cut them out, glue them together, and make a mobile to remind you to keep the Sabbath day holy. Be sure to get an adult’s help.
We celebrate the Sabbath on Sundays.
The word Sabbath means “rest.” After creating the world for six days, the Lord rested.
One of the Ten Commandments is to “remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy” (Exodus 20:8).
We take the sacrament on the Sabbath to remember Jesus Christ.
When deciding what to do on the Sabbath, we can ask ourselves, “What sign do I want to give the Lord to show Him that I love Him?”
Like we give one-tenth of our money to tithing, we can set aside one-seventh of our time for the Lord.
Isaiah called the Sabbath “a delight” (see Isaiah 58:13). What does your family do to make Sunday a happy, holy day?