It matters not whether wider society, in general, recognises or accepts the law of God, it is still binding upon them also. The line of argument often employed, that less and less people have any regard for what the Word of God says, is never an acceptable excuse for neglecting or rejecting that same law.
There are many who may despise and evade the law of the land regarding the paying of their taxes. They may disagree with the tax or the manner and level at which it is levied. Their despising of the law, and subsequent tax evasion, does not absolve or excuse their failure to comply. If they are ever caught and brought to court, they will have to give an answer for their way of living and their contempt for the law.
The same is equally true with God’s law. His divine law still stands, whether individuals, organisations or governments recognise it or not. There is coming a day of reckoning for society and for individuals. Society will reap its harvest in this life. Individuals will reap both in this life and at the judgment bar of God.
Keep the Sabbath holy
No one can claim to love the Lord who desecrates the sabbath day, cf. John 14:15: If ye love me, keep my commandments. We can't profess love to Christ on one hand and on the other break His commandments. We can't profess love to Christ on one hand and on the other hand particularly break His commandment on keeping the sabbath holy. It's simply an empty profession that we then have. Those who claim to be Christians and play sport on a Sunday would need to remember this. The Word of God is clear and plain on the matter. There is no disputing it. There is only dispute where there is no willingness to obey that Word.