The appropriate enjoyment of the Sabbath (Gardiner Spring)

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The peculiar and appropriate employment of this [Sabbath] day consists in the public worship of God, and the duties of domestic and personal piety, to the exclusion of idleness and sloth, of secular business, and of pleasure and amusement.

Gardiner Spring, The Sabbath a Blessing to Mankind in Tracts of the American Tract Society. General Series. Volume 1 (n.d.), no. 37, p. 2.
 
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