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Lying at the heart of the Bible's blessed Gospel message are the themes of sin, death, God's holiness, justice, wrath, and the substitutionary sacrifice of Jesus Christ. This is why Paul wrote, "Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures" (1Co 15:3). Charles Spurgeon introduces this glorious subject of Substitution, proclaiming the heart of the Gospel. Arthur Pink instructs us regarding the covenantal aspect of Christ's substitutionary work. Spurgeon then masterfully explains the Great Exchange: the believing sinner's sin and guilt laid upon Christ; Christ's righteousness upon believing sinners. Pink then carefully explains how Christ's substitution is a penal work. Octavius Winslow reveals how Christ's bloody substitution accomplished an entire pardon for His people. Piling up one Scripture upon another, John Owen gives us a delightful outline and summary of the Bible's revelation of sacrifice and substitution. Finally, Jonathan Edwards magnifies the wisdom of God in the vicarious work of Christ.