Over the years, I’ve met several individuals who were do-gooders solely because they wanted God to know that they were good people (a.k.a. heaven-worthy). I’ve always thought this was an odd and hollow way to behave, considering how closely it parallels a child’s relationship with Santa at the beginning of December.
At any rate, I think it’s more practical to worry about how Google perceives you — does Google think you’re a good person? If you type in your name, what comes up? Does Google show any of the great things you’ve accomplished, or the things that you’re particularly proud of? If not, you need to start taking steps towards making that happen.
Google’s the closest thing to God on earth: it’s omniscient, omnipresent, and practically omnipotent if you think about it. So don’t worry so much about trying to impress God (just be a good person because that’s how you want to be). Instead, go out and impress Google.