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Made to Crave Devotional: 60 Days to Craving God, Not Food Paperback – November 30, 2011
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Lysa TerKeurst is the New York Times bestselling author of The Best Yes. She is president of Proverbs 31 Ministries and writes from her sticky farm table in North Carolina. She still has a crush on her husband, Art, who she’s been married to for twenty-four years. They deeply treasure every minute they can get with their four married kids and one teenager who still keeps them very young. Connect with her at www.LysaTerKeurst.com.
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"A POWERFUL, inspiring, encouraging, THOUGHT-PROVOKING devotional, just like the original 'Made to Crave' was," she said. "Thoroughly seasoned with scriptures that have been very practical tools to help me in my weight-loss struggle.
..."Lysa also uses her very humanness and sense of humor to bring hope and help to these issues of food and how it affects my relationship with God.
..."As I read each day's devotional, two things happen: #1- I can't wait to read the next day's entry, and #2- I want hours to think about, reread, and absorb every word, till my soul is deeply touched. I know I'll read it over & over. A real gift from God."
And she will read it over and over, like her favorite novels. She's winning the life long regaining batter, partially to to Crave books, part God's power, part her own. At 60+, she's beautiful, even hot (may I ad as her husband). OK, I cheated as a man and sneaked a look, read a few devotionals. I found a fault. It's written especially for women. Not right, we men have needs too, and the advice, the scriptures, the thoughts can work just as healthy with men. Men need God's helping hand in weight control too.
This devotional should be "EVEN FOR (MEN) WHO DON'T CRAVE CARROTS."
The cost of "Made to Crave", the Devotional, and the Action Plan combined is less than the cost of one doctor visit, a month at the gym, a month's dues to a diet group, and you may save that amount next month on food purchase options.
I love my lovely weight-loosing wife, SHE is worth the book cost.
Also, the book and devotional arrived so much quicker than we thought they would. We are very pleased!!
TerKeurst has come along beside us to help us see the reasons behind those things and how we are placing food as an idol and turning it into a god. Instead she wants to help us re-evaluate and crave God more not food. This book is full of great snapshots and some tough challenges. Made to Crave is not only for those searching to lose weight or get a handle on their cravings, this book has information to be gleaned by everyone that can speak into many aspects of your life. Definitley a book to look into as we search to crave God more and more each day.
I received this book complimentary from Zondervan through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is awesome and really opens your heart and mind so you can make a change.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
It is good as new and was all ready for me to read when I got it . I love the material and each devotion is the perfect length to keep up with every day. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great devotional. Short and sweet passages. Great to start each day.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Made to Crave is a thought-provoking, honest look at the journey of finding satisfaction in God alone. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephanie
I felt that I was talking with a friend. I was empowered and inspired. I would recommend this book to anyone who is struggling with food and their relationship with God. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Janie G. Freeman
Great devotional! Daily reminders about being obedient to the love we have for Lord in making food choicesPublished 2 months ago by Michele Steger