No Room in the Inn

When Mary and Joseph arrived in Bethlehem there was no room for them in the inn so Jesus was born in a stable. Is there room in your heart for Him?

No Room in the Inn

No room in the inn; there was no room
    For Bethlehem’s Babe that wintry day;
In swaddling bonds He was closely wrapped,
    And laid in a manger on the hay.

No room in the inn; but heaven and earth
    Were filled with His glory that wintry morn;
And the angels sang, and the shepherds heard
    The song of glad tidings, “The Savior is born.”

No room in the inn; is there still no room
    For the kingly Stranger who knocks today
At the doors of bustling, crowded hearts;
    Is there still no room, must He turn away?

No room in the inn; let Him not again
    Be kept outside; let Him stay no more
Knocking without, but let Him come in,
    This Christmas day swing open the door.


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