Words nearby Shabbat
How to use Shabbat in a sentence
Hedaya, the operations director for Continental Buying Group and Preferred Jewelers International, started the virtual gathering during the pandemic, scheduling it just before Shabbat, which she faithfully observed.
I grew up in Russia being a missionary kid with, as well, my mother having, we all had a whole bunch of Jewish traditions on Friday, Shabbat.
There we have experienced weekly fires set by "activists," always on late Friday or on Shabbat.
And as a Shabbat-observant Jew, Gorenberg points out, he himself is grateful to have “a day in the week when everyone has a face.”
Then there are the Jews I've met who are very aware of Shabbat, but who tap their touchscreens.
The rabbis who ruled that we can't use an electric switch on Shabbat already went too far.
Some see this as personal weakness, and call themselves half-shomer shabbat; they can't stop texting.