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story of Sadhu Sundar Singh

Cyril James Davey

story of Sadhu Sundar Singh

the yellow robe

by Cyril James Davey

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Published by Moody Press in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Singh, Sundar, -- 1889-

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCyril J. Davey.
    SeriesMoody pocket books -- 86
    The Physical Object
    Pagination158 p. ;
    Number of Pages158
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18021014M

    Sadhu Sundar Singh - The Apostle of the Bleeding Feet (Hindi) Sadhu Sundar Singh - The Apostle of the Bleeding Feet (Hindi).. Rs Ex Tax: Rs The Ancestral Faith of Sundar Singh I. The History of the Sikh Religion 2., Sikh Doctrine and Worship PART II The Life Story of Sundar Singh 1. Youth. Inner Conflicts 2. Conversion {a) Sundar Singh's Own Account {b) Critical Considerations 3. Trial and Persecution 4. The Sadhu's Sphere of Activity {a) Missionary Journeys in the Size: 1MB.

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    book we give a short account of the aged Saint whom Sundar Singh, the well-known Christian Sadhu of North India, has twice met at Kailash, a certain show-clad peak of the great Himalayas. The descriptions given in the pages of this book are merely an English rendering of what the writer had heard and noted down from Sundar’s own lips. While File Size: 72KB. Looking for books by Sadhu Sundar Singh? See all books authored by Sadhu Sundar Singh, including Sadhu Sundar Singh: Essential Writings, and At the Master's Feet, and more on


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Story of Sadhu Sundar Singh by Cyril James Davey Download PDF EPUB FB2

This biographical account is a little odd. Sadhu Sundar Singh was on the verge of suicide when an apparent appearance of the risen Christ stopped him in his tracks.

He became a preacher in his native villages and beyond into Tibet/5. Story Of Sadhu Sundar Singh Paperback – Febru by Cyril J Davey (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings5/5(4). Cyril J.

Davey recounts the adventures of Sadhu Sundar Singh, which have been the topic of discussion for years in India. Sundar Singh was instrumental in bringing Christ to India, and his life and teachings story of Sadhu Sundar Singh book lessons for the Christian of today/5.

The story of Sundar Singh, a boy born into a wealthy Sikh family who became a Christian convert when he had a vision of Jesus at thirteen years old, and from then on became a Sadhu, travelling around North India and later throughout the world.

himself who came to you from a heathen land: Christ alone is salvation. He who lives in Him becomes dead to sin and enters into eternal life. ―Sundar Singh in the Guildhall at Petersgraben, Basel. Sadhu Sundar Singh As a Sikh, Sundar was taught about Hinduism and came along with his parents to Hindu temples.

By the age of seven he had already memorized Bagawadgita, the songs of blissful people, which is a long and intricate verse containing lessons of life. ) The Story of Sadhu Sundar Singh Sundar Singh () was raised a member of the Sikh religion. Prior to his conversion, he attended a primary school run by the American Presbyterian Mission where the New Testament was read daily as a ‘textbook.’.

The Story of Sadhu Sundar Singh One hundred and four years ago on SeptemberSundar Singh was born in Rampur, in the region of Patiala northern India. He was raised in the luxury of his family's wealth. As a Sikh, Sundar was taught about Hinduism and came along with his parents to Hindu temples.

The life of Sadhu Sundar Singh was most remarkable in its Christ-likeness. Being born amidst the depths of Indian culture and religion, and into a Sikh family, during the early part of his life Sundar's mother would take him week by week to sit at the feet of a sadhu, an ascetic holy man, who lived some distance away in the : Sadhu Sundar Sing.

Sundar Singh's mother took him week by week to sit at the feet of a Sadhu, an ascetic holy man, who lived in the jungle some miles away, but she also sent him to Ewing Christian High.

This little known book is an amazing gem. Its message is very consistent with The Book of Enoch, The Tibetan Book of the Dead and the New Testament.

The visions experienced by Sadhu Sundar Singh are reminiscent of Christ's parable of Lazarus and the Rich Man as recorded in Luke.

Luke Wisdom of the Sadhu, a collection of anecdotes, sayings, parables, and meditations, brings together the best of Sundar Singh’s teachings. Couched as they are in a distinctly Indian idiom, they probe the essence of the Gospels with unusual freshness and offer insights of Author: Sadhu Sundar Singh.

Veda, the ancient sacred books of Hinduism, but he had also read the Koran, the sacred book of Islam. During the early part of his life, Sundar’s mother would take him week by week to sit at the feet of a sadhu, an ascetic holy man, who lived some distance away in a rainforest.

He also got acquainted with some Sadhus who taught him Size: KB. The Mystery of the Maharishi of Mt Kailash: Sadhu Sundar Singh meets the over year-old prayer warrior of Christ by Bernhard Koch out of 5 stars THE SPIRITUAL WORLD Sadhu Sundar Singh ( ) was a Indian Sikh who turned to Christ after a heavenly vision and had a tremendous ministry that spanned the globe.

He also had a series of defining experiences and his books are filled with uncanny wisdom. He disappeared in the Himalayan Mountains in and his body was never Size: KB.

In Sadhu Sundar Singh, Christianity and Hinduism meet, and the former stands like a flower that blossoms on an Indian stem. Friedrich Heiler Sadhu Sundar Singh’s dramatic encounter with the living Christ, his refusal to clothe his faith with western trappings, and his absolute devotion to the way of Jesus make for compelling reading.

The life of Sadhu Sundar Singh was most remarkable in its Christ-likeness. Being born amidst the depths of Indian culture and religion, and into a Sikh family, during the early part of his life Sundar's mother would take him week by week to sit at the feet of a sadhu, an ascetic holy man, who lived some distance away in the rainforest.

The Story of Sadhu Sundar Singh - The thought provoking drama of an Indian mystic turned Christian Missionary. An eye- opening real-life demonstration that God is still a miracle-worker. An eye- opening real-life demonstration that God is still a miracle-worker.

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- Buy Sadhu Sundar Singh - Life History - Tamil book online at best prices in India on Read Sadhu Sundar Singh - Life History - Tamil book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders.5/5(1). Sundar Singh was lauded by 20th century evangelical Christians for converting to Christianity around the turn of the century.

Even in the s Sundar was highly thought of by evangelical Christians.While this book makes no claims to scholarship, it fills that gap, revealing Sundar Singh as a very human personality and as a young man saw him.

That young man was my dad, who bore indelibly in his life, many marks of those precious lessons in Christlikeness, which he learned from Sadhu Sundar Size: KB.Sadhu Sundar Singh Essential Writings.

By Sundar Singh's teaching story illustrating how in helping others we receive help ourselves. A Book Excerpt on Compassion. Twitter Facebook Link Print. Share "The great gift of service is that it also helps the one who serves.

Once when traveling in Tibet, I was crossing a high mountain pass with my.