intercession[ in-ter-sesh-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF intercession
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERCESSION
They are not seen; they are not heard, they are less-than nothing, and there is no intercession.
This morning he has visited me, to implore my intercession on his behalf.
True love to souls will become in us the spirit of intercession.
In our intercession we may find that there is difficulty and delay with the answer.
We desire the gift of intercession, grace and power to pray aright.
We must be willing to live wholly in intercession for the kingdom.
I do desire, I do ask of Thee, and expect of Thee, the grace of prayer and intercession.
Then our fellowship with the Father is even such as the Son has in His intercession.
What a responsibility on the Church to give herself to the work of intercession!
Lack of intercession is one of the chief causes of lack of blessing.
early 15c., "act of interceding," from Latin intercessionem (nominative intercessio) "a going between," noun of action from past participle stem of intercedere (see intercede). The modern sense was not in classical Latin.