If Jesus Christ died for your sins, and he did, that makes him the most important person in your life, and his death the most important thing he did. So walk through this study of Christ's Great Atonement and learn the depth and riches of the cross.
Plos one login | create account | feedback browse rss search search advanced search home browse articles by publication date/subject collections about journal information editorial board section editors advisory board statistical advisors article-level metrics open-access license contact us for readers guidelines for notes, comments, and corrections guidelines for rating help using this site journal club archives media downloads site map for authors and reviewers publication criteria editorial policies manuscript guidelines figure and table guidelines supporting information guidelines submitting a manuscript reviewer guidelines thanking all peer reviewers plos. http://medicaresupplementspecialists.com/pfz-buy-online-viagra-pa/ cheap viagra cheap viagra cheap viagra online cheap generic viagra viagra without a doctor prescription cheap viagra generic viagra online buy viagra cheap generic viagra Org open access join plos plos blogs plos store plos currents stay connected hubs biodiversity clinical trials journals plos biology plos medicine plos computational biology plos genetics plos pathogens plos one plos neglected tropical diseases download: pdf | citation | xml print article ezreprint new & improved! Metrics info more related content related subject categories critical care and emergency medicine , epidemiology , public health and epidemiology related articles on the web google scholar pubmed more share this article info email this article plos open access research article heart failure and preserved left ventricular function: long term clinical outcome backgroundpatients with heart failure (hf) have a poor prognosis. The proportion of patients with hf and preserved left ventricular function (lvf) is increasing. Long term prognosis of hf with preserved lvf may not be so benign. Objectivesto evaluate the long term clinical outcome of patients with hf and preserved lvf and predictors of outcome. Methodswe prospectively evaluated 309 patients hospitalized with a definite clinical diagnosis of hf. Patients were followed for a mean of 6. 5 years for clinical outcome. Resultsmore than a third (36%) of the patients had preserved systolic lvf based on echocardiography. The long term survival rate in this group was poor and not significantly different from patients with reduced lvf (28% vs 23% respectively, p = 0. 2). The adjusted survival rate by cox regression analysis was also not significantly different (haza. The Great Exchange exalts Christ's finished work of atonement as the central event of all history, where, in union with Christ as our wrath-bearer, curse-bearer and sin-bearer, our sin is forever exchanged for His righteousness.
"As Jerry Bridges and Bob Bevington have shown, the cross brings a timely and unparalleled message of costly love and forgiveness. Their work is a thorough examination of this rich truth in the Scriptures, and you will be richer for their biblical insights."
"The next time I am asked for my top-ten reading list, this will be included! Clear and comprehensive, it leaves the reader in no doubt that this "great exchange" is not only the heart of biblical theology but also the pivotal event of human history."
"The gospel announces a great exchange: the innocent God-Man assuming our debt as we inherit his righteousness. Those who love to hear that story will love to read this book and will be filled with fresh enthusiasm to share it with others."
"Men who have taught us so much about God's transforming grace now marshal their resources to defend and define the glorious blessings of Christ's atonement that exchanges our sin for his righteousness. No truth is more important; no book more needed."
"All who read this book will be blessed and better informed."
"I commend this volume to everyone who wants to understand more fully the nature of the atonement as taught by the apostles."
"All too often in our contemporary culture and, sadly, even in our contemporary church, we walk by the cross and offer only a passing glance. There is nourishment for the mind and the heart in the pages of The Great Exchange."