“…invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, and the blind.”
Jesus said that the greatest commandment is to love one another. That commandment superseded any law. When Jesus told us not to invite the rich to the table, but instead invite the poor, crippled, lame, and the blind to dinner, He meant we are to do more than merely feed them a meal. We are to enter into a relationship with them. We are to care for them.
Don’t set the table for only the rich and powerful. That would be in service of your ego. Instead, be of service to God. Set the table for people who are poor, sick or suffering. Give to them without thought of repayment. Give to them the way your Father gives to you: with much abundance and joy. Let us all work towards unity and peace among all people, for love is everyone’s birthright. It is part of everyone’s DNA. It is God.