You and David have a lot in common. He wanted to be a man after God's own heart, but often made mistakes. He desired God's perspective but often "did things his way." He sometimes failed to consult God, but he always renewed communication with Him. Davie was truly God's man through faith and failure. In an insightful blend of careful biblical exposition and practical psychological insight, Gene Gets, draws from the life of David, King of Israel, many practical principles and guidelines for 20th century living, including: *how to have the right view of God; *how to let God change your heart; *guarding against taking God's grace for granted; *handling jealousy--in yourself and others; *how to treat others in the Body of Christ; *relying on God rather than your own skill and schemes; *how to deal with difficult people; *how to deal with anger in yourself and others; *personal checklist for being a Christian after God's own heart.