Life brings its share of problems and needs. There are times when the church looks upon its leaders as if they have no problems, but leaders are far from exempt from difficulties. Author J. D. Miera Martinez has written Through It All to offer his thoughts on ministering to leaders and pastors. Some of the problems leaders face will cause them to analyze and reevaluate their spiritual callings. Only those leaders truly called to this spiritual life will endure this process of reevaluation to become God’s vessels.
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On a deeper level, Martinez wonders why bad things sometimes happen to good people. There are people who are good and have a stronger spiritual life, but are plagued with bad things—death, diseases, and misfortunes—that have become part of their everyday lives. Martinez examines his own life in Through It All as he searches for its spiritual meaning. He has come to the conclusion that the Scripture, “In the world you will have tribulations, but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world,” directs his life and has helped him to build the life that he was meant to live—serving God and bringing the word and love of God to those around him.