Year in and year out, not a day's rest, and never a Sunday with my wife and children; and never able to go to a place of worship
, which I had always been used to do before I took to the driving box.
In the demands of the hour he forgot his disappointment, drove his sheep to the fold and repairing to the place of worship
poured out his heart in gratitude to Hastur for permitting him to save his flock, then retired to his cave and slept.
Crimsworth, that gentleman, who himself frequented no place of worship
, and owned no God but Mammon, turned the information into a weapon of attack against the equability of my temper.
That they had been engaged in the destruction of some building was sufficiently apparent, and that it was a Catholic place of worship
was evident from the spoils they bore as trophies, which were easily recognisable for the vestments of priests, and rich fragments of altar furniture.
On the opposite side of the road was their place of worship
: a cool, clean edifice of wood, with large windows and green blinds: like a spacious summer-house.
They dragged her to their place of worship
, whatever it might have been, where the congregation stared at her, and they gave parties to other beings like themselves at which they exhibited her with ignoble self-satisfaction.
THE NOTE TAKER [explosively] Woman: cease this detestable boohooing instantly; or else seek the shelter of some other place of worship
It had been built under a strong conviction of the necessity of a more seemly place of worship
than “the long room of the academy,” and under an implied agreement that, after its completion, the question should be fairly put to the people, that they might decide to what denomination it should belong.
At his death Elsmere has started what to us would be a most unattractive place of worship
, where he preaches an admirable sermon on the purely human aspect of the life of Christ.
But then it flashed upon me that these were very improper thoughts for a place of worship
, and that my behaviour, on the present occasion, was anything but what it ought to be.
We have not a foot of space in any church to kneel upon; but let us go to some place of worship
, even if we stand in the broad aisle.
On the other hand, the Puritans affirmed that, when a psalm was pealing from their place of worship
, the echo which the forest sent them back seemed often like the chorus of a jolly catch, closing with a roar of laughter.