As most of you know, I ain't no Yale Graduate and never finished any school of Advanced Theology and 'cernment..., but I've always taken notice when I hear someone say, "My ministry is music; or, My ministry is Driving 'da bus; or, My ministry is Sunday School Director..." What are these folks really saying? I 'spect what they are really saying is..., "Look at me". Over the past forty years since the Lord called me to Himself, I've heard a few people testify that when they were called..., they ran! History reflects that some ran emotionally and some ran physically. One "runner" spent three days inside a whale! Had the Lord called me to preach I would have probably ran full speed only to finally collapse. Accordingly, when I hear someone say, "My ministry is...," this or that it really makes me suspect of their actual calling. I do 'spect they are earnestly trying to serve the Lord but I wonder if they really are in fact serving the Lord or, just fueling their own ego. As individuals we all feel the need to be appreciated on occasion but to satisfy this need in the wrong way is..., well..., it's wrong. What is my ministry, you ask? Ain't got one short of pointing the finger. I really don't want to discourage anyone but sometimes it would appear that some, in their zeal miss the mark or, miss their real calling. Okay, so you can sing. Then get up and sing but that doesn't constitute a Ministry. Is handing out tracts a Ministry? Is directing the Christmas play a Ministry? Would helping out in the kitchen for a Church Banquet be considered a Ministry? ...what's a Ministry? Would faithfully 'praying the rosary' be a ministry? Attending church from Friday evening to Saturday afternoon be considered a ministry? Would jumping the pews and running the isle be considered a ministry? Tell me. What is a Ministry. A God called Ministry vice a Look At Me Ministry.