Well, you're right. Father's Day does take place in June. But I'm talking about a different kind of holiday.
During the sermon at church today, the elder who was preaching compared the Sabbath to Father's Day.
Father's Day is a day set aside to honor our father's and all that they do for us. It's not that we don't talk to / fellowship with / thank and honor our father's for the other 364 days of the year; but the third Sunday in June is dedicated to just that.
In the same way, Sunday is like a weekly Father's Day to God. Yes, we talk (pray), fellowship (read), and thank and honor (worship) the other six days of the week, but Sunday is a particular day that is set aside for fellowship with our Savior.
I don't know about you, but that analogy really clicked with me.
Sunday isn't about singing praise songs, listening to a sermon, and spending time with the body of Christ. These are all great - and important - things to do, but Sunday is really about you and God. It's about showing your love and affection by spending quality time with Him and honoring all that He has done for you.
So get off your computer, phone, tablet, or whatever you're using to read this, and go spend time with your Father. This is His day.