Everyman finds Good-Deeds too weak to stir, but after Everyman accepts penance, Good-Deeds is fit for the journey.
A Doctor, who appears at the end to remind the audience that only Good-Deeds will avail at the final judgment.
Good-Deeds answered feebly, for he was lying on the cold ground, bound by sins.
Thankfully Good-Deeds rose from the ground, delivered from sickness and woe.
Asking Good-Deeds if his account were ready, Everyman prepared to start his pilgrimage.
Only Good-Deeds stayed with Everyman until the end.