John 6.35. 'I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry again. Whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.'
But what about those who are hungry? What about those who are thirsty? Aren't all of us who follow Jesus in a constant state of being hungry and thirsty? Don't we (always) long for more? Or, is that the problem? Are we the product of our culture? Perhaps, we aren't content with what we have? Maybe we have been so deluged with materialism (the concept that we need more, better, etc.) that we can't seem to find satisfaction with what Christ has fed us?
Peace be with you.