Finally, God has called me to minister to His servants, which is a special pleasure for me since I'm also one of those servants. The word "minister" actually means to serve. Since the ministers of the church have a calling that's not shared by every believer, these servants of God should be recognized and appreciated for what they do. At the same time, with that role comes a greater calling to service. Jesus said the greatest among us would be the servant of all (Matthew 23:11), a principle He certainly lived out in His own life.
The division of the church into ministers and laity is a false dichotomy. We are all called to a ministry in some form or another, and just because you aren't "in the ministry," that doesn't mean you don't have spiritual responsibilities of your own. However, God has set some individuals into specific offices in the church, and although these precious men and women of God serve tirelessly in their calling, often there is precious little service done for them in return. God has called me to minister to His servants, and if you're one of those ministers it would be my great honor to serve you.
The Holy Spirit spoke to me and said those of you who I’m called to reach will hear me, and whosoever will may come. Seekers & Soldiers, Students & Scholars, and Sages & Servants - if you identify with any of these groups then maybe you're one of those I've been called to reach. If not, that's fine too. Some will get it and some won't. For those that do, it’s no accident or coincidence that God has brought us together. I pray you will recognize this divine appointment and not miss the day of your visitation.