The weeds of greed grow no tasty fruit. They grow only thorns that savagely wound those who come near. These common weeds--jealousy, envy, lust--often look a lot like the legitimate desire they imitate. Jealousy is a distortion of properly protecting what is mine. Envy and lust are distortions of desires and ambition toward what might be properly obtained through legitimate achievement. All three of these closely related conditions create damage in our relationships with people and will distance us from the full measure of God's care. The book uses true-to-life stories to illustrate principles and methods that bring healing from these conditions that so easily can enter one's life and relationships. In dealing with these common, but difficult conditions, Dr. Walters draws up twenty years of experience as a licensed psychologist who showed his counselees how to implement the principles and power of relationship with Christ in the resolution of problems.