Constantly Craving By: Marilyn Meberg

We’ve all experienced, sometimes we are more aware of it, and other times not as much, but we have all wanted more. No matter what it is, more food, more money, a better job, a better relationship, the latest technology, the newest model car, we always want more and are never content with what we have currently. Marilyn Meberg addresses the want in her book Constantly Craving: How to make sense of always wanting more.

Meberg takes the time in each chapter addresses a topic of something we have all craved happiness, romance, contentment, time, purpose, and meaning, each day there is something we feel we are missing in our lives. This book is an amazing reminder that we will always be craving more until we find a relationship with Our Savior and go to Him to find what we are looking for. Meberg tells us how even though we may not realize it we are craving more of God, we are craving Heaven, we crave Eden, we want God more just sometimes we miss the mark and believe there is something else that will bring us contentment.

I really enjoyed this book, this book is not like all the other books on this subject, Meberg uses her own life as examples to times she has wanted more and has only found peace in God. This book is challenging and causes you to refocus your energy and realize what you are truly craving, not things of this world but only what God can provide.

I received this book complimentary from the publisher Thomas Nelson through the BookSneeze Program in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.

-Elle

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