from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who intercedes; a mediator; an intercessor.
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- noun One who intercedes; an intercessor; a mediator.
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- noun One who
intercedes; an intercessor; a mediator.
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So much the more lovely is the remembrance of that kind interceder, usually an occupant of the same pew with ourselves, who, regarding the minister the while with unmoved countenance, was wont ever and anon, with quiet hand, to insinuate within my childish grasp the beatifying lozenge, or the snow-white and aromatic sassafras or wintergreen "pipe."
Kurmaindar, the Pen-damei, or mediator and interceder.
The courage of the intercession can scarcely be appreciated in the present day; in that melancholy period, the slightest word uttered in behalf of the Insurgents, brought on the interceder the imputation of secret Jacobitism, a suspicion which even President Forbes incurred.
Now prayers were going to be offered up for the dead, and the visible woman was to act as interceder with the invisible one in heaven.
Schaff also notes the usual Protestant objection, but gently answers his co-religionists, concluding with the reminder that Catholics "do not pray to Mary as the giver of the mercies desired, but only as the interceder, thinking that she is more likely to prevail with her Son than any poor unaided sinner on earth".
For these and many other enterprises he was rewarded by Yü Ti with various magic articles and with the title of Generalissimo of the West, and is regarded as so successful an interceder with Yü Ti that he is prayed to for all sorts of benefits.
But Enlil was not his highest god, he was the interceder who carried the prayers of Lugal-zaggisi to the beloved father, Anu, god of the sky.
He was therefore one of the many developed forms of Tammuz -- a solar, corn, and military deity, and an interceder for mankind.
 Et encore: Christ a perpetuelle sacrificature; c'est pourquoi il peut sauver en plein ceux qui s'approchent de Dieu par lui, toujours vivant pour interceder pour eux.
So stands St. George ever before the youth of the world, one of the champions of Christendom, a model of courage, a brave interceder for the oppressed, an example of pure, firm and enduring doing for others, a true soldier of Christ.