In the first and best-selling Great Lives book, David, Dr. Swindoll explores the Old Testament shepherd, king, and psalmist, to answer the question, "What does it mean to be someone after God's own heart?"
In many ways he was a most extraordinary man—intelligent, handsome, abundantly gifted as a poet, musician, warrior, and administrator. Yet in other ways he was a most ordinary man—often gripped by destructive passion, rocked by family chaos and personal tragedy, and motivated by political expediency.
How did David become the national hero of God's chosen people? Why is he the one character in the Bible described as a "man after God's own heart"? Chuck Swindoll explores the many facets of David, from his teenaged years and dysfunctional family life, to his overwhelming passion for God.