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SABBATH. The same as Sunday. (q.v.)

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An old allegory asserts: 'When Adam saw the majesty of the Sabbath, its greatness and glory, and the joy it conferred upon all beings, he intoned a song of praise for the Sabbath day as if to give thanks to the Sabbath day.
He received his sight - and was excommunicated from Jewish society, because it happened on the Sabbath Day.
The Ten Commandments clearly require, "Remember to keep the Sabbath day holy.
Buchanan (2006) explores the understanding that Sabbath is both an orientation towards God and the practice of being with God when he states, "Before we keep a Sabbath day, we cultivate a Sabbath heart.
Jewish rules in observance of the Sabbath day of rest, which lasts from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday, prohibit turning on and off electric appliances and prohibit all other forms of what is considered work, said state Assemblyman Dov Hikind, who represents the heavily Jewish district.
The psalm for the Sabbath is Psalm 92, A psalm, a song for the Sabbath day.
GREAT DESPITE the official permission of all the heads of the Anglican and Roman Catholic Churches to their respective flocks that they might work on the Sabbath Day during the next five or six weeks in view of the urgency of the food situation, a tour of several of the agricultural townships in the Ormskirk district (where spring work is seriously backward) yesterday showed that neither farmers nor their men are anxious to take advantage of the permit.
Although plans for a special Black Sabbath Day, first mooted last year have been delayed, the city's billboards and highways may be used to honour the rockers when they play at the LG Arena and NIA in December.
Council deputy leader Ian Ward revealed that talks with the band are taking place, 20 months after an proposal for a Black Sabbath day was first agreed.
I am very sorry to say That ninety lives have been TAKEN away On the last Sabbath day of 1879, Which will be remember'd for a very long time.
He would also be mentioned as angry when the religious leaders opposed the healing of sick persons on the Sabbath Day.
It can be found, perhaps, within a longish and fascinating article by four architects with direct experience of working on Christian, Muslim and Jewish religious buildings who, in a joint 'eureka moment', decided that they could collectively design a single sacred space that each faith could use on its separate sabbath day.