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Saint

(sānt),
Charles F.M., 20th-century South African surgeon. See: Saint triad.
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Moorhead, "Latter Rain in Calcutta," 9; for his testimony of Spirit baptism, see, "A Personal Testimony," Cloud of Witnesses to Pentecost in India, Sept.
Garr, "Tongues, The Bible Evidence," Cloud of Witnesses to Pentecost in India, Sept.
Max Wood Moorhead, "A Short History of the Pentecostal Movement," Cloud of Witnesses to Pentecost in India, Nov.
Within this great cloud of witnesses, different times and places will see the emergence of particular persons who focus the energies of the Spirit for a local community in its own unique circumstances.
They are the cloud of witnesses who bring the Beatitudes to life, the ultimate spiritual authorities who endow our Christian endeavors with integrity.
There is one more black witness to add to "The black community's cloud of witnesses," by Diana Hayes (NCR, Feb.
They form the great cloud of witnesses whose faithful love in ordinary lives throughout the ages has passed the living tradition of the gospel down to us.
I want to share the stories of this great cloud of witnesses upon whose shoulders I and so many others now stand.
The relevance of the principle of sacramentality to the church's veneration of saints is underscored in the classic: passage from Paul's Letter to the Hebrews: "Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us rid ourselves of every burden and sin that clings to us and persevere in running the race that lies before us while keeping our eyes fixed on Jesus, the leader and perfecter of faith" (12:11.
Robert Ellsberg gives us a vigorous cloud of witnesses who do what all saints do: mediate the many ways in which grace makes discipleship possible.
But these companions, a cloud of witnesses, do not give up, a reminder that we are not meant to travel alone.