intercede for

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She was quite unfit, poor soul, to intercede for me, or to serve my interests in any way.
Eliot promised to intercede for them with the court.
The chief object of his return appeared to be to intercede for a quantity of dried meat and salmon trout, which he had left behind; on which, probably, he depended for his winter's subsistence.
I was surprised, and entirely unprepared for this;--but surely you will allow me to intercede for these poor creatures.
I'm absolutely sure I never called Faeldon or any Customs official to intercede for my son in any of his transactions with BOC (Bureau of Customs),' Lacson wrote on Twitter.
Qur'an, 2:185) Abdullah ibn Amr (May Allah bless him) reported that the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: "Fasting and the Qur'an will intercede for a slave on the Day of Judgment, the fasts will say, 'my Lord I prevented him (or her) from food and desires so let me intercede,' and the Qur'an will say, 'I prevented him (or her) from sleeping at night so let me intercede,' then they will intercede.
They'said it wouldn't rain today so I went out without my brolly Lo and behold I got drenched in a downpour; what a load of folly 'They'said that interest rates would be through the roof by the end of the coming year So I've spent nigh on six months feeling quite anxious and almost living in fear 'They' said that I shouldn't eat 'this and that' and I'm now in quite a tizzy But now 'they' say all is just fine so I'm back on the drinks that are fizzy 'They'say that climate warming is definitely real and we should all seek to play our part But if only they'd stop waffling there'd be less hot air, now that would be a good start So tonight please remember before going to sleep, find a few minutes to pray Ask God to please intercede for you by taking every last one of 'them' all away.
San Pascual is believed to intercede for unmarried individuals to find their ideal mate, while Our Lady of Salambao is venerated as the patron of farmers and fishermen.
If someone close to your family has recently died, help your child to see that person as a saint who can intercede for her.
But these are small flaws in an otherwise noteworthy book which has commendably begun the important task of making known a few of those thousands of Christians in the twentieth century who, having washed their robes in the blood of the Lamb, now intercede for the Church militant even as they enjoy their eternal reward.
His standing then as ambassador of the duke of Savoy neatly highlights how much Carnesecchi's fate depended on political circumstances, principally Cosimo I's refusal finally to intercede for his subject once it was clear how determined Pius V was to make an end of Carnesecchi, twice absolved by that pope's predecessors Paul III and Pius IV.
We should give it to the Lord so He can take it to the Father and intercede for us, our families, our loved ones and our lives.