“And it was found written, that Mordecai had told of Bigthana and Teresh, two of the king’s chamberlains, the keepers of the door, who sought to lay hand on the king Ahasuerus” (Esther 6:2).Text — Esther 6:1-12
Action, they say, speaks louder than voice. This axiom aptly applies to Mordecai the Jew, whom Haman the enemy of the Jews had planned to eliminate but his good deed advertised him before the king. Likewise, the deeds of youths can advertise them not only before the kings on earth but also the King of kings, Jesus. Unknown to Mordecai, what he did some years back was recorded down.
Every youth must be careful about what they do, either good or bad. Why so? It’s because it is going on record before God and such can either advertise them for good or bad. There were many youths in the Bible times whose deeds advertised. One of them is Joseph who lived a righteous life, refused the enticement of Potiphar’s wife, and interpreted the dreams of Pharaoh’s servants even in prison. His deeds advertised him before Pharaoh and he became the Prime Minister of Egypt. Other people with good deeds include: Ruth, Daniel, and Caleb. This is your own time to engage in good deeds that will advertise you in due course.
His deeds advertised him
Even little deeds go a far way to advertise one.
Prayer for today
Lord, help me to be engaged in good deeds.