Summary: This sermon is a light-hearted look at salvation using the analogy of a modern day operation.

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The Sin Transplant

Hebrews 4:12-13


I want to talk to you today about a transplant. Our modern American culture is very accustomed to transplants. Eye transplants, liver transplants, heart transplants, bone marrow transplants. Almost any organ can now be transplanted from one human to another. And not just from humans. Scientists have long transplanted pig valves into human hearts. Scientists recently even grew a human ear on the back of a rat, and then transplanted it to a human.

Listen, and allow your mind to picture what I speak of.

This is no organ transplant.


It is not even a typical O.K.. The Operating room is a hill outside of Jerusalem, usually known as Golgotha, and associated with death.

The operating table is two bare wooden beam nailed or grooved together.


The surgeon is the greatest physician in the world. In fact, he is even called, "The Great Physician."


You will recognize the patient. He is YOU! He is mankind, us, you and me.


The condition of the patient is critical, in fact he is suffering from a disease for which the mortality rate is 100%. Worse than aids!!!!!

A biopsy has been taken and the results are back.


The scalpel used for the biopsy is the greatest one in the world. It is not electronic. It is not. It is old, eternally old.

"It is living and active and sharper than any two edged sword, and piercing as far as both joints and marrow and able to judge the thoughts and intents of the heart. And there is no thing hidden from his sight, but all things are open and laid bare to the eyes of him..." Heb. 4:12-13

No scalpel known to man can see into the motives and thoughts of a man.

No internal camera can see the real condition of a man’s soul.

God’s scalpel is sharper, more precise, and more powerful than any other scalpel or machine known to modern science.

Nothing is hidden from His eyes, His knowledge.

The Biopsy

A malignant tumor was found

The tumor has metastasized, or spread throughout the entire body. Not one organ or part of the body is unaffected.

"For all have sinned and come short of the glory of God."

It affects all of the major organs.


The prognosis is DEATH. 100% death

"For the wages of sin is death." Romans 6:23


The only hope is a transplant. The old organ, the heart, is diseased beyond cure. It is beyond surgical repair.

The only hope is a good, healthy, un-diseased organ from a matching donor.


A search was conducted and NOT ONE suitable donor was found for two reasons.

1. ALL WERE DISEASED! For all have sinned, there is none that is righteous, NO NOT ONE

2. Only useful organ was NOT A MATCH.

The only organ found that was not diseased was God’s heart. It was 100% righteous, pure, and good.

But God was no match because he is spirit and we are flesh.


Recently the world was outraged at the news that a couple had decided to have a baby. Why were people angry? These were the parents of a girl dying of a disease for which she needed a transplant, Leukemia. And there was no donor match.

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