What is an essential quality of real good?
One valuable lesson about genuine good is that the good a Christian does for someone else should not be for attention or recognition.
With the rebirth of Christianity in society, new Christians who eagerly embrace their faith will ask questions about what real good is. One valuable lesson about genuine good is that the good a Christian does for someone else should not be for attention or recognition. When real good is shown to someone, it is done for their sake and to show love for God.
A person who helps someone mainly for attention from others is acting selfishly. This kind of help can also be less beneficial to the recipient than genuine help because it is done superficially. When good is shown to someone out of a genuine concern for that person, that good often goes deeper and further.
Good done without concern for recognition shows real empathy and an understanding of the value of other human beings and their needs. Doing real good also shows love for God because genuine goodness comes from God. The presence of God is found in real acts of good.