False, but it may feel that way.
Your good deeds may not coincide perfectly with God's Will.
To compound that, what people define as a "good deed" is the "hard right", which conflicts with your own benefit and enjoyments.
There are often others who want to teach you something to improve your good deed.
Everybody's a teacher.
Others distrust your motivations and you begin to wonder yourself.
At about that time, your own enjoyment has moved on, your patience is wearing thin, and you are feeling punished.