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Constantly Craving

Constantly Craving

By Marilyn Meberg
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.58 Stars

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On 5/23 arbyn wrote: They say don't judge a book by it's cover. They say that. And I add to it: or the book blurb. I say that. From experience. And yet, time and time again I choose books by the cover, the blurb, or a combination of both. I do that. Just for fun let's look at my latest choice, Constantly Craving by ... This is Not a Book About Food

arbyn's Rating:

3 Stars

On 4/16 Julie Taylor wrote: Mrs. Meberg addresses many aspects of craving in her book and, as her subtitle states, tries to "make sense of always wanting more." So talks about wanting more in romance, marriage, friendship, time, wanting contentment and happiness, and wanting to find more meaning in life. With each subject, she ... Book Review: Constantly Craving by Marilyn Meberg

Julie's Rating:

3 Stars

On 4/15 carriejyu wrote: I've had the great opportunity to attend a couple of Women of Faith events, and at both had the great blessing of hearing Marilyn Meberg. She's a hilarious woman with a strong faith and her words were always convicting and encouraging.  So when her new book, Constantly Craving, popped up on the ... Book review: Constantly Craving

carriejyu's Rating:

3 Stars

On 4/8 Reba Baskett wrote: Marilyn Meberg opens her newest book by saying, “Eve, of Genesis fame, was the first woman in recorded history who did not want to be who she was or where she was. She didn’t know who or where she would prefer to be, but she knew she wanted more of whatever it was she didn’t have.” From there ... Constantly Craving

Reba's Rating:

3 Stars

On 4/7 Carmen @ Life Blessons wrote: The book is a decent starting place for looking at finding contentment with life, but it seemed rushed and trite and overly simplistic in some parts. I was hoping it would be much more memoir-esque—since the author is in her seventies and has much wisdom to impart! There were many funny snippets from ... Learning to Love the Life You Have: What I’ve Been Reading Lately

Carmen @ Life Blessons' Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/20 Jake wrote: We are designed to crave more, whether it be more friendship, more love, more happiness, more contentment or more meaning in life. Why do we have these cravings? God never intended for us to be totally content in this life. We may find ourselves content in current circumstances but a part of us will ... A Review of the Book Entitled 'Constantly Craving' by Marilyn Meberg

Jake's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/14 TMD Reviews wrote: Marilyn Meberg's new book, "Constantly Craving," left me doing just that - craving. As one of the members of the Women of Faith Front Porch Gang, I was looking forward to the information and advice she would present. While I appreciate the concise writing style with the mix of personal anecdotes, Bible ... "Constantly Craving"

TMD Reviews' Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/13 kleighwickham wrote: I agreed to read this book for Booksneeze in exchange for a review. If you want to read a good self help book on addictions and addictive behavior, I would not recommend this book. She takes many bible verses out of context. She states that people have cravings because they are living outside of God's ... I can't really give this a great review.....

kleighwickham's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/4 Angie A. wrote: Marilyn Meberg says people have craved more since the Garden of Eden. We want more from romance, marriage, and friendship; we want more happiness, time, meaning and purpose. The answer to our craving, says Marilyn, is God—His purposes and His ways.This book did an adequate job of presenting God as ... constantly craving by Marilyn Meberg

Angie A.'s Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/1 Kaitlin Michelle wrote: I received this as a review copy. Constantly Craving, talks about all the things we want more of. Marilyn addresses all kinds of cravings in this book; friendships, marriage, time, purpose, etc. She reveals why she thinks we crave certain people in our lives, such as how our parents/caregivers reflect ... Ok Book

Kaitlin Michelle's Rating:

3 Stars