Why did God choose Jesus to be born in a stable?

Why was Jesus born in a manger and not a palace?

Although a king, baby Jesus was not born in a palace. He spent His first night on earth in a manger. The manger was a small feed trough for the animals. … If Jesus had been born in a palace, the shepherds would not have been admitted to see Him.

Why is the manger significant?

The manger is symbolic of Jesus, the sacrificial lamb, becoming the sacrifice for all mankind’s sins.

Why was there no room for Mary and Joseph in the inn?

In order to comply with the census requirements (Luke 2:1), large numbers of people were on the move, including relatives of Joseph. Even if there were commercial lodging available in Bethlehem, Mary and Joseph would have done what most people in those days did, and stayed with relatives.

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