Origin of intercessor
Examples from the Web for intercessor
Nothing will so test and stimulate the Christian life as the honest attempt to be an intercessor.
It is because he has been in the wrong that an intercessor is necessary for me.Kept in the Dark|Anthony Trollope
Agias was full of protestations of delight at beholding his intercessor and ransomer.A Friend of Caesar|William Stearns Davis
And He saw that there was no man, and wondered that there was no intercessor.
When dead, he was worshiped as a saint and regarded as an intercessor between God and his lower fellow-creatures.A Short History of Monks and Monasteries|Alfred Wesley Wishart
Word Origin and History for intercessor
late 15c., from Latin intercessor "one who intervenes," agent noun from intercedere (see intercede). Related: Intercessory.