Synonyms for sabbaths

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Part of the joy of Sabbaths and Festivals was the change of prayer-diet.

Mr. Clark preached at this settlement and at Green Bay on alternate Sabbaths.

I thought on the early Sabbaths of my life, and the manner in which I was wont to pass them.

Not only was Sunday a Sabbath, but all days were Sabbaths, and to be kept holy.

In a few Sabbaths from this time we had a most interesting scene at our church.

I have spent the last two Sabbaths in York, and I go to-day into the country.

It was Sabbaths like that that made the people of Mansoul call their minister a seer.

He leaves us our duty and our sabbaths, whether the church be open or in ruins.

Our Sabbaths were days of quiet rest and delightful communion with God.

We have had better attendances, both on week-days and on Sabbaths, than ever before.