Sadhu Sundar Singh has been referred to as the St. Paul of India. Raised a devout Sikh Hindu, dedicated to becoming a Hindu Sadhu, or holy man, and strongly opposed to Christianity, Sundar was dramatically converted to Christianity and shared the gospel with the people of India. At one point, though physically ill and bed-ridden, Sundar mustered the strength to rise, go down to a neighboring village, and tell them what Christ had done for him. Knowing he was ill and yet still made the journey, impacted the villagers in a way that words alone would have failed to do. In his book, With and Without Christ, Sundar writes of a deep inner life with Christ that shows itself to others through works that speak louder than words.
The highest cannot be spoken . . . where the tongue is lacking, life, through action, reveals the reality.