Luke 11:23 (NKJV)
Several years ago, a member of the United States government made an interesting comment about being able to know what a country is like by doing what he called a "border test". This official said it would be interesting to see what would happen if you dropped the borders of a nation, to see if people go in to or out of that country; if there were no restrictions which way would people go? That is an interesting question as some countries have many, many people doing anything they can to get into them, while other countries have very few, if any, people who want to go there.
No matter where we live, or what country we originally come from, we can also do a sort of border test with ourselves. Generally speaking, do we attract more people to what we are doing or do we repel people? More specifically, do we attract people to Jesus, the Church, God's Word, and Christianity in general, or do we drive people away and make them want to go as far as possible from anything remotely connected to spiritual things? Jesus made it very clear that no one really rides on the fence, you either help to gather people to Him or you scatter people away from Him.
In the Bible, we see that believers make up the Body of Christ on the earth today; God will work through us to reach people. But, if our actions, attitudes, and words drive people away from the things of God, then that is not good. We need to do all we can to be the light of the world that Jesus spoke of to draw people to Him. We are either helping to bring people closer to God or driving them away. God wants us to be successful, happy, and healthy for more than just our own personal benefit. God wants us to be a living display of His love and goodness to draw others to Him.