The Mosaic law is explicit in matters relating to bondservants.
Ye were bought with a price; become not bondservants of men.
Some of the names of women that Paul mentions in his Epistles are those of bondservants.
The bondservants of Mammon will go on from misery to misery, till the will which opposes God is broken down.
For these bondservants of the letter, there arose no David, no glorious Scion of the ancient stock.
Pompey and Phillis were bondservants under the mild existing paternal form of slavery.
St. Paul, in writing to the same class, nearly always employs the word which means "bondservants."
If thy brother constrained by poverty, sell himself to thee: thou shalt not oppress him with the service of bondservants.
Swiftly a crowd of bondservants cleansed the arena, and the feast of the wolves had not been long in duration.