When King Saul disobeyed God for the second time, Samuel the prophet rebuked him and said that God had rejected him as king and had “sought out a man after his own heart.” That reference was about David. But as we know, David had his own sin issues and struggles. Yet God never took away the throne from David as He had done with Saul. What was it about David that made him “a man after God’s heart”? Find out in today’s study as Pastor Gary challenges all of us to be people after God’s heart.