Disturbed by good

In a court, a man accused the other man disturbed his peace. The Judge asked: How did you disturb his peace? The accused man said: I stood erect, did nothing else sir. The Judge was puzzled: Where were you sitting? Accuser replied: On his back, which was convenient and comfortable. The oppressor sits on the back of hapless victim and accuse him of disturbing his life, when he tries to stand erect. Yes, when someone helps that person to stand erect, s/he also will be vilified and attacked.
1) Deliverance is a disturbance: A man was tormented by an army of evil spirits. He was restless, violent and even iron chains could not hold him. Lord Jesus Christ delivered him. The whole village that should have been glad, asked Lord Jesus Christ to ‘Get out’ of that village. And they began to beg Jesus[d] to depart from their region. (Mark 5:17)
2) Welfare is a disturbance: The city of Jerusalem was in ruins. God put a burden in the heart of Nehemiah. He came to Jerusalem to rebuild it. “But when Sanballat the Horonite and Tobiah the Ammonite servant heard this, it displeased them greatly that someone had come to seek the welfare of the people of Israel.” (Nehemiah 2:10) The corrupt rulers who were exploiting and oppressing the people were disturbed by the news.
3) Teaching caused disturbance: Peter and John saw a crippled man at the Beautiful Gate of the Temple of Jerusalem. They healed in the name of Lord Jesus Christ. They exhorted the onlookers to repent and turn to Lord Jesus Christ. The Pharisees and Sadducees, the religious exploiters and oppressors were greatly annoyed that the disciples were teaching in the Name of Lord Jesus Christ. (Acts 4:1-2)
4) Truth caused disturbance: Luke records about another disturbance. Demetrius, a silversmith, felt loss in his business. He accused the preaching of Paul about only true living God, made his customers not to buy his products. He instigated a riot in the city of Ephesus. (Acts 19:23-41)
Do I continue to do good even when disturbances happen?