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Sundar Singh, a biography
A. J. Appasamy
|Statement||by A.J. Appasamy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||248 p. :|
|Number of Pages||248|
Sundar Singh's mother took him to sit at the feet of a sadhu, an ascetic holy man, who lived in the jungle some miles away, while also sending him to Ewing Christian High School, Ludhiana, in order to learn English. The death of Sundar Singh's mother, when he was fourteen, plunged him . Bible Lessons (Telugu) - Basic Bible Doctrine. One Hundred Bible Lessons (Telugu) - Basic Bible Doctrine.. Rs Ex Tax: Rs
Description: adhu Sundar Singh was a well-known Christian mystic in India during the early 20th century. He walked from place to place preaching the gospel and lived without possessions. He had many dreams and visions. He suffered much from poverty and persecution, but won many converts. Sadhu Sundar Singh's encounter with Kailash Maharishi - A North Indian newspaper had published the following in the year "Our world less, selfless and godly brother Sundar Singh has.
sadhu sundar singh what i owe to christ christ in the silence sadhu sundar singh a personal memoir by c. f. andrews harper ft brothers publish neat york and london i 9 3 4 to of jfafy stljsir, contents preface ix introduction i i early days 2o n the search for god 30 iii the vision 41 iv forsaking all 5o v discipleship 59 vi the homeless wanderer 69 vii the road to tibet 80 viii the way of the. Sadhu Sundar Singh - The Apostle of the Bleeding Feet (Hindi) Sadhu Sundar Singh - The Apostle of the Bleeding Feet (Hindi).. Rs Ex Tax: Rs
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Sadhu Sundar Singh: A Biography of the Remarkable Indian Disciple of Jesus Christ Paperback – January 1, by Phyllis Thompson (Author) out of 5 stars 26 ratings See all formats and editions/5(26). Sundar Singh: A Biography Paperback – January 1, by A.J. Appasamy (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — Author: A.J. Appasamy. This biography from A.J. Appasamy, who knew the Mystic during his many travels, wrote a very easy to read book that pages fly by. Sundar Singh was born September 3, in a rich Sikh family from Punjab India. As a child he wanted to know the truth & questioned his local teachers/5(6).
Appasamy's biography of Sundar Singh, a high-caste Sikh who became a Christian, is a classic account of his life and teaching. For many years before his disappearance in Tibet, the Sadhu had moved in and out of that forbidden land on his evangelistic journeys, persecuted, imprisoned and assaulted/5.
interest in Sundar Singh persists even today, after the passage of over sixty years since he was last heard of, before disappearing in the snows of the Himalayas, on what proved to be the last of his nearly twenty missionary journeys to Size: KB. Buy Sundar Singh: a Biography 1st Indian ed.
by a. J Appasamy (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : a. Sundar Singh Appasamy. Go into stillness, then you will hear Him speaking, and you will understand what a man has found for 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, Switzerland, Ma Books. Singh was raised a member of the Sikh religion. Prior to his conversion, Sundar attended a primary school run by the American Presbyterian Mission where the New Testament was read daily as a "textbook.".
A biography of Sadhu Sundar Singh's life and conversion to Christianity, as well as quotes showing his universalism Sadhu Sundar Singh () 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. Sundar Singh was a true servant of the Lord Jesus Christ. He gave his entire life to ministry and sought to reach people with the good news of Jesus love and saving grace. His story is very detailed and powerful.
He traveled barefoot with a robe and his s: : SUNDAR SINGH: A Biography: The life of the high-caste Sikh who converted to Christianity and disappeared into Tibet on one of his evangelical journeys and was never heard of again. First Edition.
Lutterworth Press pp hb dw torn & marked, pages browned, previous owner's details, book. Book Details Sundar Singh (), an Indian holy man, was raised in a wealthy Sikh family. At sixteen he left his home to live as a sadhu, or wandering holy man.
His beggar-like existence, his intense devotion, his mystical encounters with Jesus, and his simple parables became the stuff of legends. Appasamy's biography of Sundar Singh, a high-caste Sikh who became a Christian, is a classic account of his life and teaching. For many years before his disappearance in Tibet, the Sadhu had moved in and out of that forbidden land on his evangelistic journeys, persecuted, imprisoned and assaulted.
He became famous throughout India, Europe and America for his saintly character, his mystical 1/5(1). 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. However, visions and ecstatic experiences became the norm and he openly spoke about communicating directly with Jesus in person/5.
Sadhu Sundar Singh is one of the most fascinating and enigmatic spiritual guides of the twentieth century. Rooted as it is in a distinctively Indian style, his Christian wisdom challenges Western readers to step beyond theological ideas and taste the Gospel itself.
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Sundar Singh: A biography at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. Sundhar Singh (), raised as a Sikh, as a boy began to search for the way to God and at sixteen became a Christian sadhu, or holy man. With bare feet and few possessions, Sundar crossed the precarious Himalayas between India and Tibet many times, sharing the Christian gospel with Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs - even thieves/5.
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Find more. of Sadhu Sundar Singh of India PUBLISHERS’ PREFACE: This document contains two parts: ˛ A short biography of Sundar Singh [first 14 pages] ˇ Singh’s account of his visions which describe many details about life in heaven [pages ] published/printed by Brother James Knoxville, Tennessee U.S.A.
Printed: J PREFACE by SUNDAR SINGH The following is the preface of the original publication of In this book, I have attempted to write about some of the visions, which God has given me.
Had I considered my own inclinations I would not have published the account of these visions during my life time; but friends. This is an unusual biography of a man who served after a dramatic encounter with Jesus.
His decision to live like a sadhu, or penniless monk, led him to wander from village to village, sharing Jesus. He witnessed many miracles, visions and angelic visits, but treasured most /5.Sadhu Sundar Singh - A Biography Of The Remarkable Indian Disciple Of Jesus Christ | Phyllis Thompson | download | B–OK.
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