A speech or discourse that encourages, incites, or earnestly advises.(noun)
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Use "exhortation" in a sentence
"Applying primarily to Timothy as a minister (compare 2Pe 1: 21), just as the term was used of Moses (De 33: 1), Samuel (1Sa 9: 6), Elijah, and Elisha; but, as the exhortation is as to duties incumbent also on all Christians, the term applies secondarily to him (so 2Ti 3: 17) as a"
"The primary virtue that Princeton tried to instill, in exhortation after exhortation, was courage."
"Since a seagull never speaks back to the council flock, Jonathan's voice was raised in exhortation: Irresponsibility, my brothers?"