Luke 14:1, 7-14
And it came to pass that Jesus was going to the house of one of the leaders of the Pharisees on the sabbath to break bread, and they all were watching him closely.
He began to tell a parable to those who had been invited,
remarking how they were choosing the best places for themselves, saying:
“When you are invited by anyone to a wedding feast,
do not recline in the best place,
lest someone even more honorable than you might have been invited,
and the one who invited you both might come to you and say to you,
“Give your place to this man,”
and then you should with shame take the lowest place.
But when you are invited, go, recline in the lowest place,
so that when the one who invited comes, he might say to you,
“Friend, come up higher!”
Then you will be glorified before all of those reclining with you.
For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled,
and those who humble themselves will be exalted.
Then he said to the one who invited him,
“When you make a meal, whether in the morning, midday, or evening, don’t call
or your brothers,
or your relatives,
or your rich neighbors,
lest they return your invitation, and you would be repaid.
But when you make a feast, call the poor,
and blessed you will be, because they have nothing.
They cannot repay you.
And you will be repaid in return at the resurrection of the just.