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Synonyms for intercession

Synonyms for intercession

a prayer to God on behalf of another person

the act of intervening (as to mediate a dispute, etc.)

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I also learned from the insights Goll reveals in prophetic ministry, intercessory prayer, and the spiritual discipline of journaling.
Her penultimate chapter deftly examines why this evolving and optimistic idea of temporary correction and intercessory prayer as a mitigator served its age so well.
One particular area of research that has generated attention and even enthusiasm from the media and Christian groups alike is distant intercessory prayer (IP) for healing.
55) Intercessory prayers should plead for a sense of koinonia in a congregation, so as to assist the poor in restoring them to their social and religious environment and to restore their feeling of identity and human dignity.
7, 2000) comments, "No doubt privacy has sometimes been violated, however unintentionally: the well-meant blurting out of names and conditions during intercessory prayer, or some printed names and illnesses described in [parish] bulletins.
If a study seemed to show that intercessory prayer did not produce the expected beneficial medical effects, this would not clearly display that it had been inefficacious.
Before Malcolm took the intercessory prayers he talked briefly about Hannah (1 Samuel v 9-19) who wanted to conceive a child and prayed without sound although her lips moved.
The selection of intercessory prayers designed to transform principles of ethics in business and to establish peace around the world include prayers which speak to economic issues, prayers which promote community revival, the president of the United States, well known celebrities, as well as prayers for Israel and the Middle East.
Earth-keeping confessions, intercessory prayers, hymns, and sermons are incorporated into weekly worship throughout the year.
The synod decision seems to contradict a "pastoral statement" reaffirmed by Canadian Anglican bishops at their October meeting that says clergy may celebrate a eucharist and intercessory prayers with a homosexual couple, but not pronounce a nuptial blessing.
Intercessory prayers include local churches, congregational needs and military prayer cycles.
Another thought was to suggest to churches that they use the theme, "God, in your grace, transform the world" as the repeated response during intercessory prayers or litanies on certain Sunday services during the Near leading up to the assembly.
While our intercessory prayers may not have such dramatic effects, people of all religious faiths can suckle from the "mother of a thousand blessings" and partake of the fruits of prayer as described by Paul in his letter to the Galatians (5:22-23): "love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.
Another point regarding the Marian Church is made in Roger Whiting's essay which notes that intercessory prayers and the institutions supporting them, undermined earlier by government policy, were not effectively revived by Mary.