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No room in the Inn

When the Lord came into the world, there was no room for Him and His parents. Sadly, that is still the case today. There is no room for the Lord in one's heart because the activities of the day, each day, become distractions. There is no room for the Lord in government because the "god of this world" controls the minds of people focused on political power. There is no room for the Lord in our universities because, again, the "god of this world" promotes a selfish-oriented philosophy that life came from rocks and dirt. There is no room for the Lord in our churches because our churches are more interested in people attending, money being brought in, than salvation being taught with a "thus saith the Lord."

Is there room for the Lord in your heart?

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