Author: Singh, Sadhu Sundar (1889-1929)
At the young age of fifteen, Sundar Singh received a
vision of Christ and converted from his native Hinduism to Christianity.
After his conversion, he became a sadhu--an ascetic or holy man--and for
the next twenty-five years, until his death, he preached the gospel.
the Master's Feet is a remarkable collection of Sundar Singh's
from God, organized in a dialogue between the "Disciple" (Sundar Singh)
and the "Master" (God). He includes in this uncomplicated dialogue
profound teachings revealed to him from God. These teachings focus on
the important practical aspects of Christianity--sin, salvation, prayer,
service, etc.--rather than obscure or arcane theological discussions.
Truly inspirational, At the Master's Feet reflects the depth of
Sundar Singh's dedication, and can encourage such dedication in all of
CCEL Staff Writer