Divinity in mortality, or, The Gospels excellency and the preachers frailty

represented in a sermon preached at the funeral of Mr. Richard Goddard, late minister of the parish of St. Gregories by Pauls, who died on Thursday the 12th of May 1653, and was buried on Monday the 16th day of the same moneth
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Printed by T.C. for Nathanael Webb and William Grantham , London
Goddard, Richard, -- d. 1653., Funeral sermons., Sermons, English -- 17th cen
Other titlesGospels excellency and the preachers frailty
Statementby Nath. Hardy.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1230:24.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2], 29, [1] p.
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Open LibraryOL16763705M

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Richard Goddard, late minister of the parish of St. Gregories by Pauls, who died on Thursday the 12th of Mayand was buried on Monday the 16th day of the same moneth / by: Hardy, Nathaniel, Baseline Frailty and Mortality. Previous constructs of frailty have been associated with mortality.

In a proportional hazards model controlling for age, sex, education and baseline frailty, we examined the relation of baseline frailty to risk of death. During the course of the study participants died (%). Frailty may refer to.

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addressing frailty. The White Book presents a general overview of the topic and details the main frailty pathologies. Assessment tools and implementation initiatives are presented, in view of preventing and/or delaying disability and dependence, at home, in the community and in hospital settings.

Define frailty. frailty synonyms, frailty pronunciation, frailty translation, English dictionary definition of frailty. frailties 1. The condition or quality of being frail. A fault, especially a moral weakness. n, pl -ties 1. physical or moral weakness 2. Frailty predicts 3 year incidence or progression of disability in both mobility and activities of daily living, independent of comorbid diseases, health behaviours, and psychosocial characteristics.

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Another symbol for the frailty of life is found in the use of the word “grass.” The Psalmist says “The grass grows, and soon it is cut down, and by evening-time it is dry and withered.” The grass—fresh and green in the morning—after it is cut, is soon dried up and gone.

Our lives on earth are like that. Heaven protect us from people who believe they can impose their will on us in this world because of what they think they know about the next.

"Frailty" is about such a man, a kind and gentle father who is visited by an angel who assigns him to murder demons in human form. We are reminded that Andrea Yates believed she was possessed by Satan and could save her children by drowning them.

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Frailty is recognized as a major determinant of mortality, hospitalization, institutionalization and functional outcome in geriatric patients, and outperforms chronological age [6, 16, 17].In fact, frailty may represent a surrogate for many of the difficult-to-measure aspects of a Cited by:   Many factors affecting noninvasive ventilation (NIV) in critically ill patients have been reported in the literature, but there is no study about the effect of frailty.

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With this study, the frailty prevalence was evaluated with two different frailty scores among the NIV population of a medical intensive care unit (ICU). Besides, the impact of frailty on NIV success and mortality and its Cited by: 1. The frailty index is based on the concept that frailty is a consequence of interacting physical, psychological, and social factors.

As deficits accumulate, people become increasingly vulnerable to adverse outcomes. The 70 items of the original version Frailty Index (Rockwood K, ) are not to be considered as a fixed set of variables.

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God’s Eternity and Human Frailty - A prayer of Moses, the man of God. O Lord, you have been our help in all generations. Before the mountains were born and you brought forth the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, you are God.

You return man to the dust, saying, “Return, O sons of man.” For a thousand years in your eyes are like yesterday when it passes, or like a. Frailty in older people is a significant challenge facing health systems today.

Broadly recognized as an age-related clinical state of increased vulnerability to stressor events, the international prevalence of frailty ranges from % to %, with pre-frailty prevalence ranging between % and % [].In Australia, it is estimated that byfour million Australians aged 70 years and Cited by: • Develop a tiered approach to coding for frailty to support primary and secondary care to understand the impact of frailty as a diagnosis supporting targeted and supported self-management by March • Co-produce with patients and carers a supported self-management guide for people with complex care needs and frailty by June Frailty in Older Adults Evidence for a Phenotype Article (PDF Available) in The Journals of Gerontology Series A Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences 56(3):M April with 1, Reads.

The frailty of our frame is thus set forth. Its foundation is in the dust, its origin and subsistence are from the dust. This too is a significant expression, "Who are crushed before the moth," that is.

I am speaking in simple terms because of the frailty of your human nature. Just as you once offered the parts of your body as slaves to impurity and to greater and greater disobedience, so now, in the same way, you must offer the parts of your body as slaves to righteousness that leads to sanctification.

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Feb;27(1) There have been 3 recent advances / resources to take note of: 1) The electronic frailty index: The eFI uses routine data to identify older people with mild, moderate and severe frailty, with robust predictive validity for outcomes of mortality, hospitalisation and nursing.

Frailty is a multiply determined vulnerability state. People who are frail are at risk of many adverse health outcomes, including death. For any individual, this risk can only be expressed.

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Older people have a clinical profile that distinguishes them from other patients particularly in terms of risk factors, disease presentation, prognosis, and management.1, 2 One of the diseases showing different characteristics according to the age of the patient is type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM).

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