Saviour


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Saviour

(US), Savior
Christianity Jesus Christ regarded as the saviour of men from sin
References in classic literature ?
Adieu, dear and kind friend; may our divine Saviour and His most Holy Mother keep you in their holy and all-powerful care!
Her manner became less calm, her utterance more rapid and agitated, as she tried to bring home to the people their guilt their wilful darkness, their state of disobedience to God--as she dwelt on the hatefulness of sin, the Divine holiness, and the sufferings of the Saviour, by which a way had been opened for their salvation.
You think of ear-rings and fine gowns and caps, and you never think of the Saviour who died to save your precious soul.
She tried to talk to her saviour, to the man who was the messenger of life.
She let her saviour settle her comfortably, and he watched the coming on of another crisis of weeping, still more violent than the first.
Greater ones, verily, have there been, and higher-born ones, than those whom the people call Saviours, those rapturous blusterers!
And by still greater ones than any of the Saviours must ye be saved, my brethren, if ye would find the way to freedom!
Its five Greek letters form the first letters of the early Christian confession that 'Jesus Christ is the Son of God and Saviour.
The text I am thinking about is Luke Chapter 2, more specifically the angel's words to the shepherds on the first Christmas: "For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.
THE winner of the Halton Primary School Tri Golf Festival was Our Lady Mother of the Saviour A team.
Mihran was a member of the Armenian Church of Our Saviour and its Men's Club.
Regarding the so-called "White Saviour Industrial Complex", what is wrong with "developed" countries trying to help and raise awareness of issues in Africa such as poverty?