Click this link to read the full post for today. The part that caught my attention was 'God knows my faithfulness' and how that He sees everything that I do that is good and right. Nothing good I do is ever done in vain. Galatians 6:9 'So we must not be tired of doing good, for we will reap at the proper time if we don't give up.'
Then in church today, Pastor Jess was talking about Philip and the Ethiopian Eunuch (Acts 8:26-40), and how Philip was a more 'ordinary' disciple. God wants to use ordinary people. (link to the podcast - Sermon is titled 'The Power of One') I didn't realized that a few chapters after where the Eunuch was reading in Isaiah, the prophet Isaiah talks about 'Salvation for Others' - specifically calling out Eunuchs. Jess pointed out how they were ostracized in society back then and seen as nobodies, through no fault of their own. God wanted them to know that they mattered, too. That they could have a place in His kingdom, and that he would give them an everlasting name that would last forever. They aren't outcasts or good-for-nothings in His eyes.
You are someone special in God's eyes. What you do for Him is important - no matter how small, trivial, and unnoticed it seems. God says you valuable to Him - He bought and paid for you with a price.