The elder absolved, reconciled, exhorted, imposed penance, blessed, and dismissed them.
She does not excommunicate him but simply persists in motherly exhortation of him.
They exhorted him, worked upon him, drummed at him incessantly, till at last he solemnly confessed his crime.
Father Paissy, too, uttered some words of exhortation which moved and surprised him greatly.
When the Church, regarding him as a saint, was burying him, suddenly, at the deacon’s exhortation, "Depart all ye unbaptized," the coffin containing the martyr’s body left its place and was cast forth from the church, and this took place three times.
After an exhortation from the priest and the President, the witnesses were led away and were made to sit as far as possible apart from one another.
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I have exhorted and encouraged her, but it has to be her decision.
The organization exhorts people to be environmentally conscious.