The Word: Good Deeds

The Word: Good Deeds

  1. ON THAT night the king could not sleep; and he ordered that the book of memorable deeds, the chronicles, be brought, and they were read before the king.

  2. And it was found written there how Mordecai had told of Bigthana and Teresh, two of the king’s attendants who guarded the door, who had sought to lay hands on King Ahausuerus.

  3. And the king said, What honor or distinction has been given Mordecai for this? Then the king’s servants who ministered to him said, Nothing has been done for him.

Esther 6:1-3


You may have done some good deed now or in the past but they way you are being treated is as if nobody cares to remember what you did.

You may have lived or are living and walking right before God but you are yet to see the fruits of it and may be saying there is no benefit in doing good or walking right before God because of what you have gone through for doing good.

Instead of being appreciated you have been treated like a dog etc.

Do not despair or loose hope.

Read these bible verses about faith in hard times to stir you up. 

There is a Father in heaven who keeps an account of all your good deeds.

It is Him who matters more than anybody or anything.

He will or is causing someone somewhere to have sleepless nights because of your case so that your good deeds may be brought before the right person as ordained by God so that you may receive the reward or benefit due to you soon.

Hang on in there and wait to receive it in Jesus Name.



“Heavenly Father, Lord God Almighty, thank You for your mercies which are new every morning. Lord, we may have been forgotten by men, but Lord You never have forgotten us and in due course, You’ll be fixing what needs to be fixed  in our lives in remembrance of our good deeds to the glory of Your name. In this Lord we find peace.”


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