Prophets get lots of press in the Old Testament and a few are still making their way into everyday 21st century conversations.
We are their supporting cast.
Every headliner needs them and we are them.
It's not easy being a pedestrian prophet. For starters, it's pedestrian: you aren't given divine direction to go to, say, The White House and tell the president to do this or that. It's more likely that your role is to just try to get through the day as best as you're able. Being polite when it's thankless. Being patient when you're stressed. Being kind when you're run down.
Being a pedestrian prophet isn't going to get you noticed by the masses. But your heart and mind and body and soul will rest easier each night when you turn off the light and hit the pillow.