from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A joint heir or coheir.
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He who so loved the sons of men was ready to love the Son of Man the moment he heard of him; love makes obedience a joy; and of him who obeys all heaven is the patrimony -- he is fellow-heir with Christ.
Let them embrace you as a fellow-heir of the grace of life.
No church, no outward livery, no denominational creed, should prevent your owning and claiming him as a fellow-pilgrim and fellow-heir.
Ishmael might be Isaac's play-fellow and school-fellow, yet not his fellow-heir.
Then a wee break before Confession and the Divine Service - where we rejoiced in Christ's coopting little Ian to be his own little brother and fellow-heir, as well as feeding us with His most holy body and blood for the forgiveness of our sins as we celebrated the Feast of our Lord's Baptism.