ANSWER: Fourth, that on the Sabbath day we spend time in public and private worship of God, rest from routine employment, serve the Lord and others, and so anticipate the eternal Sabbath. Fifth, that we love and honor our father and our mother, submitting to their godly discipline and direction.
What happened on the very first Sabbath? (See Genesis 2:2-3.)
How is Jesus our Sabbath rest? (See Matthew 11:25-30.)
What are some activities that get in the way of your Sabbath rest and worship? What are some of our cultural assumptions about work and busyness that go against the fourth commandment?
For some additional reading, Canadian singer-songwriter Carolyn Arends has an interesting take on the Sabbath and play.
What are some ways that you may honor your father and mother if:
a) you are a child at home?
b) you are an adult living on your own?
Why do you think that "it goes well with" a people when they honor their parents? (See Exodus 20:12, Deuteronomy 5:16, Ephesians 6:1-3.) Can you think of ways in which our culture has suffered because we haven't honored parents/elders?
How is the teaching of parents described in Proverbs 1:8-9? (See these verses also in The Message.) Why do you think it's described this way?