Isaiah 7:10-17 and Luke 2:1-7 are the inspiration for these thoughts entitled “Do Not Disturb.” In the former, Ahaz wickedly says that God has a Do Not Disturb policy. In the latter, we see that the Bethlehem Inn had no vacancy. This is part of a larger pattern of Christ’s rejection by His people. People often declare to God “Do Not Disturb” there is “No Vacancy” through attempts to obstruct His plans, a failure to seek Him, and a failure to repent and lead others to repent. May God disturb us.
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