The Intercessor

  • 1 the intercessor — See christ …

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  • 2 The Bible College of Wales — was founded in Swansea in 1924 by Rees Howells. He was led down the path of intercession for many years, before seeing Revival across Southern Africa from 1915 1920. The college is featured in the DVD . Returning to Britain, he felt called by the …

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  • 3 Intercessor — In ter*ces sor, n. [L., a surety: cf. F. intercesseur.] [1913 Webster] 1. One who goes between, or intercedes; a mediator. (a) One who interposes between parties at variance, with a view to reconcile them. (b) One who pleads in behalf of another …

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  • 4 intercessor — intercession ► NOUN 1) the action of interceding. 2) the saying a prayer on behalf of another person. DERIVATIVES intercessor noun intercessory adjective. ORIGIN Latin, from intercedere intervene …

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  • 5 List of organizations in the Honorverse — universe, created by David Weber. Contents 1 Audubon Ballroom 2 Brotherhood of Maccabeus 3 Church of Humanity Unchained 3.1 History …

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  • 6 God the Son — Synonyms and related words: Christ, Christ Jesus, Emmanuel, God man, Immanuel, Jesu, Jesus, Jesus Christ, Jesus of Nazareth, King of Glory, King of Heaven, King of Kings, Lamb of God, Lord Jesus, Lord of Lords, Lord our Righteousness, Messiah,… …

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  • 7 List of stories in the Masnavi — The below list gives an overview of the stories in Rumi s Masnavi, as it appears in Reynold A. Nicholson s translation.Book I*Preface (in prose) *Proem *The King and the Handmaiden *The Greengrocer and the Parrot *The Jewish King whose Vizier… …

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  • 8 Marian art in the Catholic Church — Our Mother of Perpetual Help, an icon of the Cretan school, in Rome since the 15th century, which has long been a very popular image for Catholics. Reproductions are sometimes displayed in homes or elsewhere. Archangels Michael and Gabriel are… …

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  • 9 DOV BAER (the Maggid) OF MEZHIRECH — (d. 1772), one of the earliest and most important leaders of Ḥasidism . As a youth, Dov Baer received a traditional religious education in the yeshivah of R. jacob joshua falk , author of Penei Yehoshu a. He taught in Torchin and later became… …

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  • 10 Alypius the Stylite — Infobox Saint name=Saint Alypius the Stylite birth date=522 death date=640 feast day=November 26 venerated in=Eastern Orthodox Church Eastern Catholic Churches Roman Catholic Church imagesize= caption=Icon of St. Alypius the Stylite birth… …

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  • 11 Moses in Judeo-Hellenistic literature — The Biblical character Moses is discussed or alluded to in surviving works by a number of Judeo Hellenic or Judeo Roman authors, including Eupolemus, Artapanus, Josephus, and Philo, as well as the non Jewish Hellenistic authors discussed in the… …

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  • 12 Intercession — Distinguish from inter session , i.e. between sessions. Intercession, in both Christianity and Islam, is a prayer to God on behalf of another person. The nature of intercession in Judaism is disputed. Christianity In Christian practice,… …

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  • 13 Paraclete — For the school of Peter Abelard, see Oratory of the Paraclete. Paraclete comes from the Koine Greek word , , paraclete is used to describe the intercessory role of Jesus Christ. And in John 14:16 Jesus says another paraclete will come to help his …

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  • 14 Bernard of Clairvaux — Infobox Saint name=Saint Bernard of Clairvaux birth date=1090 death date=death date|1153|8|20|mf=y feast day=August 20 venerated in=Roman Catholic Church, Anglican Church imagesize=200px caption=St Bernard in A Short History of Monks and… …

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  • 15 Assumption of Mary — Assunta redirects here. For the hospital in Malaysia, see Assunta Hospital. Santa Maria Assunta redirects here. For churches with this dedication, see Santa Maria Assunta (churches). This article is about the theological concept. For works of art …

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  • 16 Charismatic Episcopal Church timeline — Main article: Charismatic Episcopal Church The International Communion of the Charismatic Episcopal Church (also known as the ICCEC) is an international Christian communion established as an Autocephalous Patriarchate in 1992 with over 1,000… …

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  • 17 Moses in Hellenistic literature — While the Pentateuch represents Moses as the greatest of all prophets, to whom the Lord made Himself known face to face (Deut. xxxiv. 10; comp. Num. xii. 7), and who, when descending Mount Sinai, had a halo about his head which so filled the… …

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  • 18 Mediatrix — Our Mother of Perpetual Help, has been displayed in Rome since the 15th century and Catholics have, for centuries, prayed to reproductions of this icon to intercede on their behalf to Christ, an example of Marian art involved in sensus fidelium… …

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  • 19 PRAYER — PRAYER, the offering of petition, confession, adoration or thanksgiving to God. In the Bible The concept of prayer is based on the conviction that God exists, hears, and answers (Ps. 65:3; cf. 115:3–7) – that He is a personal deity. In a sense it …

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