Dare to Win – Introduction – by P.S. Rambabu

It was December 2nd, 2001, and I was speaking at a five day crusade in the Indian city of Bijapur, in northern Karnataka. As I climbed the steps to the stage on the last day, my eyes surveyed the massive crowd filling the ground. My heart was moved with compassion and I felt a tremendous excitement.

As I looked around at all those people, a pastor next to me asked me incredulously how it was that thousands had gathered here. He told me: “Bijapur is well-known as one of the toughest cities in the state of Karnataka, and no preacher has ever managed to get through to the people before.

Sadhu Sundar Singh – At the Master’s Feet

I have found something in the public domain so inspiring that I have posted it on this blog. As a young man from a wealthy family in the Punjab, Sadhu Sundar Singh was desperate for peace – something he could not find through his own prayers and devotions through following the teachings in his own Sikh holy book, The Granth, or in the Hindu vedas or even in the Qu’ran – though he knew much of these by heart. He hated and despised Christianity and even burned a Bible at school, considering it a religion of foreigners. He was most unhappy because the true knowledge of God eluded him.

 

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