John Alan Turner

Writer, Theologian, Consultant, Speaker, Teacher

A Man After God's Own Heart?

I'm starting a teaching series on King David from the Old Testament. He was known as a "man after God's own heart." But he was guilty of adultery, deception and murder. He had eight wives and 11 concubines. He was a disaster of a father. How in the world does that qualify as a "man after God's own heart"?