Sadhu Sundar Singh was born into a Sikh family in India and was made to sit at the feet of an Indian sadhu every week by his mother. But his mother died when he was fourteen years old. He also developed hatred towards Christians and even had burned bibles by tearing page by page and throwing into fire.

Sadhu+Sundar+SinghSadhu at one stage of his life where he was depressed and thought to end his life by throwing himself under a train if God wouldn't reveal himself to him. One day early in the morning at 3:30 after his ritual bath which was observed by Sikhs and came back to his room and knelt and pleaded that God should reveal himself. yet nothing happened. But after some time he had seen a dim light in his room. He just peered out of his window it was still dark but the light in his room start to increase in intensity and to his amazement he had not seen the face of his traditional gods but he saw Face of Jesus Christ.

Jesus Christ was there in the room, shining, radiating an inexpressible joy, peace, and love, looking at him with compassion and asking, “Why do you persecute me? I died for you…” 

From here on the life of Sundar Singh became most Christ-like. Being unwilling to denounce his Master, it was not long before his family had rejected him. Sundar took the saffron robes of the sadhu and began a life of spreading the simple message of love and peace and rebirth through Jesus. He carried no money or other possessions, only a New Testament. 

He traveled India and Tibet , as well as the rest of the world, with the message that the modern interpretation of Jesus was sadly watered down. He visited the West twice, traveling to Britain , the United States , and Australia in 1920, and Europe again in 1922. 

With the large number of “spiritual paths” and “techniques?, facing the world of today it is of special value to consider the life and insights of one who truly embraced the simplicity, love and freedom offered through devotion to Christ. 

“I am not worthy to follow in the steps of my Lord,” he said, “but like Him, I want no home, no possessions. Like Him I will belong to the road, sharing the suffering of my people, eating with those who will give me shelter, and telling all people of the love of God.”

I have collected a small drama which portrays the life of Sadhu Sundar Singh. This movie is named "The Journey To The sky", which is a Ken Anderson Film Presentation and has been translated into many Indian languages. I have just collected an english version of the movie. It is just for promotional but not for sale to buy a Orginal DVD of this movie you can do it by visiting some of the online chrisitian web stores. Just download the movie from the below links and join it with HJsplit.

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