Matthew 9:9-13 shows us that we should seek out those who need God the most. Abby misses an opportunity to tell a non-believer about the love of Christ.

Matthew 9:9-13

9 As Jesus was walking along, he saw a man named Matthew sitting at his tax collector’s booth. “Follow me and be my disciple,” Jesus said to him. So Matthew got up and followed him.

10 Later, Matthew invited Jesus and his disciples to his home as dinner guests, along with many tax collectors and other disreputable sinners.

11 But when the Pharisees saw this, they asked his disciples, “Why does your teacher eat with such scum?”

12 When Jesus heard this, he said, “Healthy people don’t need a doctor—sick people do.”

13 Then he added, “Now go and learn the meaning of this Scripture: ‘I want you to show mercy, not offer sacrifices.’ For I have come to call not those who think they are righteous, but those who know they are sinners.”

↓ Transcript
Abby: I went to a dinner party last week and was seated next to an athiest.
Jerry: How did that go?
Abby: We had nothing in common so we didn't say a word to each other.
Jerry: You should have used it as an opportunity to witness. Jesus ate with the tax collectors and sinners. Remember his words: "It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick."
Abby: Oh, he wasn't sick. He was just an unbeliever.

Matthew 9:9-13 shows us that we should seek out those who need God the most.