Nor does the holy day of rest interrupt their gregarious proclivities.
Mayhap that was how God would punish her for her desecration of the holy day.
The rules and laws of digestion are not abrogated upon the Holy day.
It is a solemn day, and for one to smile is a desecration of the holy day, while laughing is gross wickedness.
Am I doing all I can, using all the influence God has given me, to lead others to reverence and observe the holy day?
On the Sabbath they stripped the plants with their teeth, in order not to desecrate the holy day by gathering them.
This—which some might count a desecration of the holy day—the sailors rather accepted as a good omen.
The thyrde, to absteyne from wordely operacyon on the holy day, thou and all thy seruauntys of whome thou hast cherg.
And douce Cameronians coming over Eden Valley hill stood still and wondered at the profanation of the holy day, not knowing.
The same notions about the holy day were adopted by the Dissenters in England, and it became the principal tenet in their creed.