In the midst of an explosion of interest about God's grace, author and teacher Tony Cooke presents a most timely book, The DNA of God. This balanced and biblically-based volume addresses grace as God's essence, nature, character, and actions toward us. What does the Bible really say about grace? What is it, and what is it not? You will gain insight through Scripture, the great hymns, and through writings of old what grace is, how it applies to our lives, and how grace works cooperatively with other attributes of God to make us into the people that He intends. Tony reveals five expressions of God's grace, how to receive it, and how to avoid short-circuiting its power in your life. He candidly addresses certain misconceptions and misapplications of grace, and provides a balanced look at a subject that is essential to the Christian walk. The DNA of God includes a 'Questions for Reflection and Discussion' section at the end of each chapter to further benefit your personal study, and to make it ideal for small-group study.