In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1intercesor masculineintercesora feminine
- ‘Let us hope,’ wrote the chronicler about this man, ‘that he is not only our temporal benefactor but that he is also our intercessor in heaven.’
- St Lucians come from a society that values the roles of intercessors.
- In the past, especially the distant past, the saints were venerated as prodigies, miracle-workers, intercessors, protectors.
- Such people may even claim that these others are no more than intercessors mediating their relationship with God.
- He may be calling us to be intercessors, evangelists, advocates for the poor, healers of the sick, prophets to the world.
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