SEV Biblia, Chapter 13:14 Acuérdate de mí, oh Dios, en orden a esto, y no raigas mis misericordias que hice en la Casa de mi Dios, y en sus guardas.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Nehemiah 13:14 Verse 14. Wipe not out my good deeds] If thou wert strict to mark what is done amiss, even my good deeds must be wiped out; but, Lord, remember me in thy mercy, and let my upright conduct be acceptable to thee!
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 14. Remember me, O my God, concerning this , etc.] Not in a way of strict justice, as if he thought he merited anything at the hand of God for what he had done; but in a way of grace and mercy, that he would graciously accept thereof, as done for the honour of his name, and overlook all failings and infirmities therein, (see Nehemiah 13:22) and wipe not out my good deeds that I have done for the house of my God, and for the offices thereof ; for the support of the worship of God in the temple, and for the regulating of the wards and courses in it, both priests and Levites, and for the maintenance of them; which being done from a right principle, love to God, and with a right view, the glory of his name, might be truly reckoned good works: and which he desires might not be wiped or blotted out of the book of his remembrance, (see Hosea 6:10).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 10-14 - If a sacred character will not keep men from setting an evil example it must not shelter any one from deserved blame and punishment. The Levites had been wronged; their portions had not been given them. The were gone to get livelihoods for themselves and their families, for their profession would not maintain them. A maintenance not sufficient makes a poor ministry. The work is neglected, because the workmen are Nehemiah laid the fault upon the rulers. Both ministers and people, wh forsake religion and the services of it, and magistrates, who do no what they can to keep them to it, will have much to answer for. He delayed not to bring the Levites to their places again, and that jus payment should be made. Nehemiah on every occasion looked up to God and committed himself and all his affairs to Him. It pleased him to think that he had been of use to revive and support religion in his country. He here refers to God, not in pride, but with a humble appea concerning his honest intention in what he had done. He prays "Remember me;" not, Reward me. "Wipe not out my good deeds;" not Publish them, or record them. Yet he was rewarded, and his good deed recorded. God does more than we are able to ask.
Original Hebrew זכרה 2142 לי אלהי 430 על 5921 זאת 2063 ואל 408 תמח 4229 חסדי 2617 אשׁר 834 עשׂיתי 6213 בבית 1004 אלהי 430 ובמשׁמריו׃ 4929