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Definition of Redeemer

  • One who redeems.
  • Specifically, the Savior of the world, Jesus Christ.
  • someone who redeems or buys back (promissory notes or merchandise or commercial paper etc.)
  • a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth; his life and sermons form the basis for Christianity (circa 4 BC - AD 29)

How to use redeemer in a sentence. Redeemer pronunciation.

A poor negro woman, after the death of her husband, had no means of support for herself and two little children, except the labor of her own hands; yet she found means out of her deep poverty to give something for the promotion of the cause of her Redeemer, and would never fail to pay, on the very day it became due, her regular subscription to the church of which she was a member.
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On a review of my ministry of about sixteen years,' he adds, 'I find God has graciously permitted me to give to the cause of my Redeemer nearly $1,200, by which amount about forty life memberships have been created in various evangelical societies.
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It was to both their interests, but they ascribed it to a common love for their Redeemer.
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It seemed to him then that the headmaster, with his black, straggling hair and his pale face, was like those prophets of Israel who feared not to take kings to task; and when he thought of the Redeemer he saw Him only with the same dark eyes and those wan cheeks.
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Ester did not know, was not to know whether those gracious invitations from the Redeemer of the world had fallen once more on unheeding ears, or not; for with a little sigh, born partly of relief, and partly of sorrow, that the opportunity was gone, she turned to meet Dr. Van Anden, and was sent for a few moments out into the light and glory of the departing day, to catch a bit of its freshness.
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My Redeemer and yours has taken it from me.
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At the grave in the Cemetery of the Redeemer, where Lester had immediately arranged to purchase a lot, they saw the plain coffin lowered and the earth shoveled in.
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She gave instructions that the body should be taken to Chicago and buried in the Cemetery of the Redeemer, for Lester, at the time of Gerhardt's death, had purchased a small plot of ground there.
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Miserable as she was, she would be less miserable stopping in a hotel in Chicago, and looking for something to do, or living in a cottage somewhere near the Cemetery of the Redeemer.
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The shining of the face of JEHOVAH, the SON, dispels the darkness and the gloom, manifests the presence of the FRIEND in need, and shows us the REDEEMER, who not only delivers, but becomes the BRIDEGROOM of the soul.
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Whose sword in the garden grazed the ear Of Thine enemy, Lord Redeemer!
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Him did God send to be a ruler and a redeemer by the hand of the angel that appeared to him in the bush.
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If this be set in the heart of the poor cottager, it proves a jewel of unspeakable value, and will shine among the brightest ornaments of the Redeemer's crown, in that day when he maketh up his "jewels.
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Of this Being we read that He is the Redeemer, for Jacob speaks of Him "the angel which redeemed me from all evil" (Genesis xlviii:15).
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The mighty Creator, the eternal Son of God, the Holy One is our Redeemer.
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The same interpretation of a resurrection or restoration to life, derived from the ancient "pastos," was, it is true, preserved; but the facts that Christ himself had come to promulgate to the multitudes the same consoling dogma, and that Mount Calvary, "the place of a skull," was the spot where the Redeemer, by his own death and resurrection, had testified the truth of the doctrine, at once suggested to the old Christian Masons the idea of Christianizing the ancient symbol.
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On this hallowed spot was Christ the Redeemer slain and buried.
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It is only in general terms, indeed, that the future victory of the kingdom of light over that of darkness is foretold, and not the person of the Redeemer who should lead in the warfare, and bestow the strength which should be necessary for maintaining it.
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This unity, which, in the meanwhile, it is true, is only _ideal_, was chosen with regard to the person of the Redeemer, who comprehends within Himself the whole human race.
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In these words the realization of the Abrahamitic blessing is distinctly connected with the person of the Redeemer.
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Examples of Redeemer

Example #1
As one season for the contribution came round, she had only a little corn, a single salt herring, and a five-cent piece remaining of her little store.
Example #2
And those gentlemen in London were not aware of the importance of the service which they had rendered.
Example #3
For four years, the clergyman says, 'My expenses were small, my habits economical, and the only _luxury_ in which I indulged was the luxury of giving.
Example #4
Of the first $500 he earned, he gave $130, and in such a way that it incited a wealthy friend to give several hundreds more, including a donation of $100 to this clergyman himself.
Example #5
The meeting was held at the Mission Hall, and the doctor was asked to be chairman.
Example #6
Mrs. Carey and Miss Graves were much distressed by the quarrel; they met after a discreet exchange of letters, and made up their minds to put the matter right: they talked, one to her husband, the other to her brother, from morning till night; and since they were persuading these gentlemen to do what in their hearts they wanted, after three weeks of anxiety a reconciliation was effected.