Freedom from the incurable addiction to self.
Waiting for Heaven can help you find and fix what’s keeping you from experiencing deep peace.
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Waiting for Heaven
Waiting for Heaven provides everything our souls yearn for, demanding nothing now, frees us to love well now, to delight God and to be there for others, requiring nothing in return.
All addictions come from one core addiction—the addiction to self.
Too often, we chase feeling happiness leaving us powerless to resist temptation.
Addictions can numb you, but they can’t fulfill you.
Learning to eagerly wait for the Lord’s return is essential to overcoming the root demand beneath all addictions.
Stop the shame cycle. Addiction doesn’t have to control you anymore.
With the principles in Waiting for Heaven, you can face yourself honestly, drop the addictions, and create a life you can be proud of.
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About the Author
Larry Crabb is a well-known Christian psychologist, conference and seminar speaker, Bible teacher, and author of more than 25 books – including his most recent, When God’s Ways Make No Sense, and two Gold Medallion award-winners Inside Out and Understanding People.
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“Waiting For Heaven…addresses this conflict (“the fight of faith”), and it points us to loving as Jesus loves instead of expecting others to love us.”
“Do you wonder why it is so hard to be others-centered or God-centered instead of self-centered? Or do you struggle to understand what it means to live to glorify God? These and other questions are honestly explored and truthfully answered by Dr. Larry Crabb in this excellent book.”
Laura L. Abele
“Another great book from Larry Crabb…I was initially concerned that he would encourage a passive waiting, though I should know his writing well enough at this point to understand he wouldn’t stop there.”
“Wonderful book. Excellent book. I’ve read it twice. Don’t read it unless you want an extreme life change.”
“This book is really changed me in a positive way!”
“Selfishness closes our eyes and ears to God, but repentance can reopen them.