I don't think they were talking to or about unbelievers in that scripture. And it's a reference to the lust of the eyes, which will cause the whole body to fall. But if we fall, (and we do) we know we have an advocate with the Father.
The way He showed me one day that all were His, which came as quite a shock to me I might add, was He spoke to me that "There were two trees in the midst of the garden."
And since understanding comes in a split second of revelation, I was shown that the TOL was the golden candlestick and the TOKOGAE was the table of Shewbread.
Therefore, if the tabernacle inner court was the midst of the garden (we are the planting of the Lord) then the WHOLE GARDEN was His, which includes the outer court where women and STRANGERS were.
He is what gives us our first breath here (awareness of being in a body, then later awareness of being in HIS body, which we call "saved"), and what is that same breath of life when we die. Actually, as He gave me, think of the spirit of us AS His breath.
Breathing in = being called back to Father from whence we came.
Breathing out = being birthed into a body.
He breathes in, He breaths out, but it's the same breath. Blessings....