One day the six brothers decided that the one that had been staying home should go to work. “It’s not fair,” they said, “for the one to stay home while the others slaved at a job.” So they made the seventh brother find work too. But when they all came home the first night, there was no light, nor was there any warmth, and worst of all, there was no hearty dinner awaiting them. And the next night the same thing; darkness, cold, hunger. They soon went back to their former arrangement.
It’s the day of rest and worship that keeps the other six bright, warm and nourishing. When we desecrate the Lord’s Day, we only hurt ourselves.