The only inspiration a minister of Christ requires is ‘The Calling’ ‘by Christ’ to preach.
The Bible is available to everyone today, in written text, so nobody needs a so-called inspired individual to read the words of the Gospel to them.
One major fable brought in to the world by the fraudulent preachers is that one should have some special inspiration, set aside exclusively for ministers of Jesus, to preach the Gospel and lead others. These are the kind of guys that call you to follow them: while you must follow Jesus; not them! Beware! You’re called into ‘misguidance’! Nowhere in the Gospel Jesus teaches us that Christians should lord themselves over others as leaders and lead them. Christians are told to preach the Gospel to those who wish to hear it.
Today everybody who reads the Gospel knows that The Christian Church has but one leader: Jesus Christ.
It is true that some people are inspired when reading, and also when preaching the Gospel. But this is that normal inspiration, experienced by believers who preach or read the book and the same is true for fiction writers and their readers. Anyone who has read, having understood the Gospel correctly, can preach the Gospel. But, of course, the perfect preachers are those who believe the Gospel as it is and also follow it: but we see that the majority of the preachers are ‘pseudo-followers’, followers for money.
When you hear of the ‘greatly inspired preachers’, you’d also like to know what they have been preaching that others find so inspiring. It is very easy to fool those unaware of the truth. Enacting ‘Inspired by the Holy Ghost’, cons setup great theatrical performances for the pitiful souls who like to listen to their ‘road to hell’ sermons.