What’s Missing Book
If you are a follower of Jesus (Yeshua in Hebrew), but feel that there is something more you need to do or understand about your relationship with Him, then this book is for you. It is somewhat like a travel guide for your spiritual journey. Each chapter introduces an element of truth. There is a brief explanation of each element with suggested Scripture verses and other references supplied for more in-depth research. In the bibliography, references are listed that we feel are vital to your spiritual growth. People use travel guides to point them to an area of interest that they want to visit and explore. This book is meant to be used in a similar way as a launching point for further spiritual growth and development.
John L. Fisk, Pastor of Shalom Peniel: Peter and Nancy Ryall have moved into an understanding of their Hebrew roots and this course has opened wide the windows of revelation. This revelation has brought Peter and Nancy to ask the question: “What’s Missing?”. What’s Missing is the cry of the Church yearning to be restored to holiness. What’s Missing is an historical review of places where corruption was adopted into the Church and the things of Yehovah were removed and forgotten. Peter and Nancy are restoring the forgotten in their own lives and, by asking the question of What’s Missing, they are bringing revelation to the Church. This book is thus a blessing to all those who read and restore the forgotten ways of Yehovah.
Betty A. Bunn, The Refuge of Hope, Durham, NC: The authors of this book have been TRUTH seekers who exemplify the love of our Lord. They bring no glory to themselves but only to the King of kings. They have much good material for us to glean.
Mike and Cindy Thompson, directors of MexMission Ministries: The book has caused us to pick up the subject of deliverance again, after backing away because of all the “drama” as you put it in those foreign fields where many disciples come with a few “friends” and unwelcome hitchhikers to impede the work of God. We see clearly and acknowledge that bondage exists all around us and in us, and your book shows we must handle it with quietness and confidence from which come our strength; exercising not merely our God-given power, but our duty to bind up the broken-hearted and set the captives free.
Michael Deering, director of Fellowship in Faith Ministries: Peter and Nancy Ryall share the intimate lessons they have learned for having a biblically successful personal relationship with God. A relationship learned in their own personal journey of seeking and serving. No, this is not a book that describes how blessings are poured out simply by acknowledging a belief in Jesus. Rather, this book describes in perfect and easy-to-read details, what is MISSING from the Christian church in America and the West today – and it provides concrete biblical instructions coupled with personal experiences to restore and IMPROVE your relationship with Jesus Christ.
NJ: “The authors get to the point immediately, outlining the basic tenets of faith in Jesus Christ, and explain the Jewish roots of the Christian faith concisely. They reveal what is greatly lacking in churches and the way those churches disciple, or fail to disciple new believers. Most people avoid the issue of deliverance and strong spiritual warfare, yet every one of us needs deliverance from something and should be able to play offense against the enemy. The stories of their experiences in this spiritual journey are encouraging and leaves the reader wanting more — more intimacy with Abba and more anointing to share the good news with others.
It’s a short book, but requires concentration. The language is rather didactic except when the authors share their personal story, and then the joy of their walk shines through. Worth the effort to read and read again, “What’s Missing” is one of those little but powerful books that becomes a classic in its generation.
WIP: There are many Christian faith-help books out there, few of them address core biblical truths that unlock the understanding of what God Our Father desires of us like this book does.
Peter and Nancy Ryall share the intimate lessons they have learned for having a biblically successful personal relationship with God. No, this is not a book that describes how blessings are poured out simply by acknowledging a belief in Jesus. Rather, this book describes in perfect and easy-to-read details, what is MISSING from the Christian church in America and the West today – and provides concrete biblical instructions coupled with personal experiences to restore and IMPROVE your relationship with Jesus Christ.
In their walk with The Lord, listening to the Holy Spirit and allowing themselves to be led, rather than attempting to lead the Spirit themselves, Peter and Nancy lovingly lay out the spiritual realities many Christians are missing in our traditions and doctrines. Things that I, myself have discovered I was missing while serving brethren in the 3rd world.
It is a very fast and exciting read that will take you through some biblical facts and subjects that frankly, are not considered much in the Western church today. If you were wondering why the Christian church seems to be losing it’s salt and influence in our modern culture – this book contains the answers as to some of the reasons why this is so.
No matter what your Christian denomination or understanding is, “What’s Missing” provides the puzzle pieces to help make a perfect picture of how your personal relationship with Jesus Christ can attain new heights of maturity as we seek to follow Him in Spirit and in Truth.
RS: This book highlights a lot of the issues I’ve had with modern churches. Some things I’ve come to the same conclusion on while others were new and refreshing! I haven’t done any deliverance work before but will be following their advice and looking into this facet of the church more. I have felt disconnected at many churches these days because I also felt that something deeply important was missing… The Holy Spirit! It’s a must read for seekers of all kind. You won’t be disappointed!! It’s a quick read but full of great depth!
ER: Best book I’ve read in a long time!! If you want something to lead you in new directions to a closer walk with Jesus, this is your book!!!
LG: This book is written with the idea of reader participation in mind. The text flows beautifully such that it is easy to get into, understand and to stay engaged in the subject matter.
WJB: Peter and Nancy’s book addresses much of what is frustrating in the church today. The book is short, but covers the bases well, and includes personal experiences from Peter and Nancy that help make it real. I highly recommend it to all.