In another sense, six days of work is six days of a certain kind of rhythm, a certain routine, and the Sabbath is an intrusion into the routine, a disruption to the schedule. The Sabbath day throws off your daily habits. This means that humans are inescapably liturgical, inescapably given to habits and rhythms and rituals. But the Sabbath requires a weekly interruption, a weekly reorientation, a weekly check-up to see if the rhythms and habits and rituals of the last six days line up with God’s Word, His prescribed patterns, habits, and rituals. Sabbath is for forming new rhythms and routines.