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Why a Hindu Priest Left the Religion to Follow Christ

[MUSIC PLAYING] Growing up in London,
my parents were Hindus. That automatically
makes me a Hindu. Hinduism is a canvas of
hundreds of religions with different doctrines
and ideas and philosophies. I was so desperate to search
for God that at the age of 19, I flew to India and trained
to become a Hindu priest. In my first month of
training, I was in the temple upstairs praying, worshipping. At that moment, I had this very
silent voice in my left ear say, “Have you made
the right choice?” My goodness, what have I done? In this Hindu religion
that I was with, we firmly believed
that the guru is God. When he speaks, God is speaking. So to be chosen to be one
of His favorite priests is like the most incredible
dream coming true. I was feeling more
and more restless because the more I studied,
the more questions I had. And when I asked tough questions
to the scholars in India and they weren’t liking
it, one of the scholars said, “Submit to what
we’re teaching you. You’ve decided to
wear these clothes. Now, this is forever.” So I knew that seriously,
there’s a problem here. I thought because I’m
so close to the guru, I can easily share
what’s on my heart. And so I said I feel that
I’m being brainwashed. And there was a dead
silence in the room. He looked at me and said,
“You think too much. Just get on with it. And as time goes on, your
questions will be answered.” That didn’t gave
me a sense of peace that this journey is
the right journey. So I left the room. Flags were raised in my
mind, and the battle really started to begin. As a Swami priest, I
went to Rome 19 times because I just love the
atmosphere of churches. I used to visit
the Sistine Chapel. And I was in my orange
robes with a shaven head. And I remember looking up at
the paintings of Jesus and John the Baptist. I felt something beyond the
physical that was there. There was something really
resonating in my heart. One day, I was buying books
in a bookshop near the temple, and I saw a children’s Bible. And I opened it, and
I started reading it. I felt a connection
so quickly, so easily. I then had to shut
the book quickly. It just represented
something completely opposite to what I represented. It’s the fear kept me
distant from the Bible. These secret moments with
Jesus were significant. I started including these
experiences in my talks, and people were liking that. I could sense on people’s
faces that they’re being fed with something that
they really do need by a God that they didn’t know. Thousands of people
were cheering me on, clapping when I would speak. I would climb off the
stage and go to my room and literally say to a God
that I didn’t know, “Can you please get me out of here?” At the same time, if
I left, I’d be seen as the guy who betrayed guru. The whole world I knew,
every friend that I had made, every thing that I’d worked
for, it would all be lost. Fear crippled me. Fear kept me where I was. I had a meeting with the guru. This meeting with him in
Mumbai was very different. I just knew something was wrong. And immediately,
he challenged me about my doctrine, my theology. Finally, it just
came out of my mouth. I said, “I don’t want
to be a Swami anymore.” And soon as I said that,
this silence just fell. He said, “Fine. Go.” And that was it. And so my mind froze. But I got up that day. I left the room. I finally got off this train
that I was on for 20 years. I was done with
my search for God. And I parked the
whole idea of religion because I had no answers. Then feeling that I’ve
wasted my life with Hinduism, I forgot about my secret
encounters with Christ. I was done. So I flew back to London. Three weeks later, I was walking
to South Kensington Station. I had a prompting, and my head
turned, and I saw this church down this very quiet road. And as I approached
the church, I saw these beautiful red doors. It was a Sunday morning. And these two people were
welcoming people to come in. And soon as I walked through
the doors, the presence of God just fell on me. I felt this incredible peace. And this very silent
whisper again in my left ear said, “You’re home.” I went upstairs
and sat in the pew. I heard the worship. The sermon made sense to me. I needed to repent of my sins. I needed to ask for
His forgiveness. And I gave my life to Jesus,
which released a huge burden off my shoulders. And there was a deep
sense of comfort. I realize that God was
there throughout my life knocking on the
door of my heart, attracting me, guiding me. He valued my soul so much,
even though I was seeking out another religion. Jesus met me where I was. It’s not a religion. God showed me this is
a relationship now. I’ve never felt so
much rest in my soul. I mean, a peace that
surpasses all understanding. And for me, it’s mind blowing.

Jean Kelley



  1. Himanshu Srivastava Posted on October 30, 2019 at 6:06 pm

    I am feeling the same for jesus .

  2. Sheshasai Ssb Posted on October 30, 2019 at 8:01 pm

    Yeah a relationship where you are a sheep and he is the shephard 😂

  3. Prakrit Biswas Posted on October 31, 2019 at 3:34 pm

    Every religion is a good one ,but it depends on what you are comfortable with ,I mean if you are born with it ,doesn't mean you have to follow that ! For example if your community is filled with Lamborghini enthusiasts,doesn't mean you have no rights to be a McLaren guy !

  4. Abdussamad Khan Posted on October 31, 2019 at 5:55 pm

    Guys please become a Muslim

  5. Cultural Hindu Atheist Posted on October 31, 2019 at 7:38 pm

    Nice acting

  6. Eraniyan Rengasamy Posted on November 1, 2019 at 1:12 am

    Bro, super testimonial only all the chosen sheeps hear n listen to the shepherd voice.
    God bless u.

  7. Dank Eagle Posted on November 1, 2019 at 11:45 pm

    Christianity is not a religion but a relationship with God amen! God bless you

  8. Manmohan Mishra Posted on November 2, 2019 at 5:59 pm

    left spirituality and accepted materialistic jesus and raising question on the culture which is rich in spirituality 😂😂😂😂

  9. kyle mathias Posted on November 3, 2019 at 8:28 am

    For all Hindus, I'm a Christian from India. It's better than worshipping false Hindu gods that makes no sense…. Half the gods you worship are demons and there's literally no proof of love of those gods… Yes we are sheep because we humans are sinners, Jesus will be our Shepard who guides us to salvation and not to end up in hell…. In other words,Shepard refers to a fatherly love that none of your hindu gods give… Shiva was into drugs and tried to murder his son.. Krishna was a pervert, Naga sadhus are cannibals, ramdev earns billions, you Hindus don't preach not because you don't want to intrude on other religions, but rather it's because Hinduism has nothing to preach about…. You don't treat the dalits properly,yet when missionaries give dalits a better life in Christ, you think it's propaganda…. Heck you fools think mother Teresa had an ulterior motive rather than thinking she was working through Christ… If you care so deeply about Hinduism, rather than criticizing Christians, I suggest you do what missionaries do… They literally die for the gospel and you think it's propaganda… It's not propaganda,it's jealousy that Hinduism doesn't preach love… 33 crore gods and goddesses, yet none will give you salvation… Hinduism is a tradition base religion, Christianity is a relationship.. get that thing straight.. PS the Bible has been more accurate in prophecy than any other books combined, there's biblical coding which literally shows the future, there's proof of almost everything mentioned in the Bible… The day one of your 330 million gods and goddesses die for your sins,will be the day I'll be a Hindu… Learn to treat the lower castes with more respect… When dalits become Christians, it's not propaganda,it's because they've got a better life in Christ!

  10. N1 M Posted on November 3, 2019 at 6:44 pm

    The Things Christ Had To Keep Secret
    What does God’s abode look like? What does God Himself look like? “I have yet many things to say unto you,” Christ told a world, filled with crudeness and ignorance, “but ye cannot bear them now” (John 16:12). The son of a Baptist minister now looks to ancient India’s Vedic literature—for the facts about God that Christ left unsaid. Kirtanananda Swami: Yes. I was a very devout child, and I used to gather my friends together and preach to them. My father was such a conservative minister that he considered all other Christian denominations to be somewhat pagan. In any case, as a child I used to try to convert my friends to the Baptist church.

    BTG: So you were very much convinced at that time?

    Kirtanananda Swami: Oh, yes.

    BTG: Why did you give up that faith?

    Kirtanananda Swami: In our American culture, when you become a teenager it is fashionable to reject everything. So as I grew up I gradually began to question my religion, and I was unable to get satisfactory answers. I wanted to know who I was and why I was here. I wanted to know why I should believe in God. I began asking questions like “What is God?” and “What is the relevance of God to modern man?” When I didn’t get satisfactory answers, I rejected my religion. But when I met Srila Prabhupada some years later, he did give me satisfactory answers to these questions and I accepted him as my spiritual master.

    I’m not condemning any bona fide religion, because the principles of bona fide religion are the same everywhere. When we speak of religion, we speak of the law of God, and anyone who abides by the law of God is religious. The law of God is stated in all scriptures, and it demands that the soul surrender to God. This surrender was taught by Lord Jesus Christ when the Pharisees asked him, “Which is the great commandment in the law?” Christ answered, “Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment” (Matthew 22:37-38). In other words, the first religious principle is to surrender to God. Sri Krishna imparted the same message in the Bhagavad-gita: sarva-dharman parityajya mam ekam saranam vraja: “Abandon all varieties of religion and just surrender unto Me” (Bg. 18.66).

    BTG: Has your understanding of Jesus Christ changed since you came to Krishna consciousness?

    Kirtanananda Swami: Yes. For the first time I feel that I have a real understanding of Jesus Christ. Previously I had been taught that Jesus Christ was competing with all other religious teachers and that if I wanted to be a Christian, I would have to condemn all others. Krishna consciousness, on the other hand, condemns only those who deny God. In Krishna consciousness we consider Jesus Christ to be the perfect son of God. And as God’s perfect son, he is doing the work of his father. Since this is the case, it is not surprising to see a similarity between the New Testament of Jesus Christ and the Bhagavad-gita of Lord Krishna. Indeed, we often hear the Bhagavad-gita being called “the New Testament of India.” Also, there is an obvious similarity between the Greek word Christos and the Sanskrit word Krishna.

    BTG: Then you don’t find any basic difference between the teachings of Christ and the teachings of Krishna?

    Kirtanananda Swami: No, not at all. Jesus Christ says to love God, and Krishna says the same. What is the difference? Jesus Christ says to love the father, and Krishna says,

    sarva-yonisu kaunteya
    murtayah sambhavanti yah
    tasam brahma mahad yonir
    aham bija-pradah pita

    “O son of Kunti, it should be understood that all species of life are made possible by birth in this material world, and that I am the seed-giving father” (Bg. 14.4). So there is no contradiction when Jesus Christ says, “Love the father,” and Krishna says, “Love Me.”

    BTG: What of Christ’s contention that no one can come to the father except through him?

    Kirtanananda Swami: We say something similar—that we have to approach the Supreme Lord through the pure devotee, who is known as the jagad-guru, the “universal teacher.” It is the jagad-guru who speaks the Word that Saint John referred to at the beginning of his gospel: “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God” (John 1:1). Jesus Christ himself claimed to be this very Word, and this Word is one. Christ said that no one can approach God directly; one must approach Him through the Word. We also say that no one can approach God directly, but that one must approach Him through the Word—the spiritual master, or jagad-guru.

    Christ’s claim to be the only son of God is often misunderstood. This claim is meant not quantitatively, but qualitatively. When a devotee reaches the perfect position by rendering complete service to the Lord, the Lord reciprocates in a unique relationship. In this relationship it appears that the pure devotee is the only one in the entire universe. For example, each and every gopi [cowherd girl] who danced with Lord Krishna thought that He was dancing with her alone. Also, when Lord Caitanya [an incarnation of Krishna who appeared five centuries ago] danced before the Ratha-yatra cart. He appeared in each and every chanting party, and the chanters in each party thought that the Lord was dancing exclusively with them. Similarly, two thousand years ago when Jesus Christ taught his doctrine in the Middle East, he appeared to be God’s only son, or pure devotee.

    By His inconceivable energy the Supreme Lord can expand Himself into the hearts of His devotees in such a unique way that each one seems to be His only devotee, or “son.” Indeed, St. John instructs us that anyone can become a son of God by “believing in His name” (John 1:12). Why should God have only one son? Even a mere human being can have dozens of sons. Being infinite. God can have billions and trillions of sons, and by His inconceivable energy each and every one can be His “only” son. That is the mystery of the relationship with Krishna, which we can awaken only by pure devotional service.

    BTG: The Bible condemns “strange gods and graven images” (Deuteronomy 5:7-8). Don’t the Hare Krishna devotees worship idols of God?

    Kirtanananda Swami: If an imperfect human being manufactures an idol of God, that is certainly a “strange” god, or graven image. God certainly cannot be manufactured by a finite creature. Therefore, in Krishna consciousness mental speculation is condemned. We cannot hope to figure out God simply by using our tiny brain power.

    However, God can reveal Himself to His pure devotee. If we accept the form of the Lord as it is revealed by the Lord Himself, that form cannot be considered an idol. It is a form given directly by the Lord out of His causeless mercy. No one can say that God cannot appear before man or that God cannot appear in a form made of wood, stone, jewels, or anything else. In the shastras [Vedic scriptures] it is stated that God can incarnate in wood, stone, paint, and so forth, because all these are part of His energy. Since everything comes from God, God can reveal Himself through anything He desires. But the initiative comes from God, not from man. We can’t make some statue and say, “Here is God.” That is called idolatry. Rather, we must worship in the authorized way.

    The Krishna consciousness movement is not manufactured by any individual. It is not something that Srila Prabhupada has made up. No. It is an authorized process, enunciated in the Vedic literatures and handed down by all the acaryas [spiritual teachers]. The Vedic literatures were written down by Srila Vyasadeva, “the literary incarnation of God,” and they are older and more detailed than the Bible.

    BTG: You say there are no essential differences between Christianity and Krishna consciousness, but obviously there are some differences.

    Kirtanananda Swami: There are differences in degree, but the basic principle is the same. Both Christ and Lord Caitanya taught surrender to God, but Lord Caitanya taught surrender up to the very point of conjugal love. This was never taught before. In Christianity we are taught to love God in the father-son relationship. God is worshiped as a father, and the father’s duty is to provide for his children. In this relationship the duty of the children to provide for the father is only secondary. Krishna-conscious philosophy calls this relationship the master-servant relationship, in which God is viewed as the supreme master or father, and all living entities are seen as His servants or sons. It is certainly possible for a loving relationship to develop between a master and his servant, but that love is not as intimate as the love between friends. When two friends love and serve each other, their relationship is very intimate. Krishna consciousness teaches that we can even enter into this intimate friendship with God. And even higher than this fraternal love is the love that parents feel for their child. When Krishna appeared in Vrndavana, Yasoda and Nanda Maharaja took the role of His parents. Mother Yasoda would think, “If I do not feed Krishna, He will die.” Here we find the same principle of love as in the other relationships, but the love is more intense. And even higher than parental love is the love between lovers, which we call conjugal love. Krishna became the lover of Radharani and the other gopis, and this most intimate loving relationship is explained only in Krishna consciousness. It is the unique contribution of Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
    Read full article from below link :

  11. Naveen Salian Posted on November 5, 2019 at 4:35 am

    Go to hell no problem .. proud to be hindu …

  12. Vedanta Sutras: Personality Development from Vedas Posted on November 5, 2019 at 1:33 pm

    Did he ever read bhagavad gita

  13. Samy 2121 Posted on November 5, 2019 at 8:33 pm

    Because of money n good life he change he's religion otherwise who gives a fuck abt your ding dong bible n flying horse shit pisslam there's no money in following santan dharm u called it hindu so
    fock it faggots 😝

  14. rf4life Posted on November 6, 2019 at 6:39 pm

    Fucking evangelists never stop their propaganda do they. Christ would hate the monstrous institution called the church if he were here in flesh.

  15. abhishek kumar Posted on November 7, 2019 at 2:57 am

    Dude, i left Christianity to become a hindu ….Beacuse ultimately the process of salvation is absent in Christianity ….further we all know what Britishers did to india … ultimately this religion threatened our country and don't worry eventually christianophobia will never win …

  16. Daddy Singer Posted on November 8, 2019 at 8:18 am

    Tum ko pata nahi ki Hindu Kya hai…?

  17. Anupam Patel Posted on November 9, 2019 at 9:28 am

    God bless you dear brother in Christ, happy to see there is no "Christian" in title , but "to Follow Christ , Just want to say that GOD is not dead , God is a living God and he answers prayers, but allow him to do so at the first first. God bless everyone in Jesus name 🙂 , Amen

  18. GS Narayan Posted on November 10, 2019 at 4:31 pm

    CONCLUSION: You made some dumb guy your guru 😂
    I suggest you read the Upanishad once then read a bible 🙏🏽

  19. 91rummy Posted on November 11, 2019 at 11:24 am

    Well.. Gurus those days were different.. unfortunately half-knowledged Gurus are causing people to leave hindusim. but remember.. The Gurus as you see today are not any authority on Hinduism and they are not the only way.. Hinduism is a free philosophy where you can question.. and connect logically.. may be those people who you met, did not know the answers, so they tried to impose their thoughts.. but Hinduism is not like that.. you need to read , study, connect then you would never leave Hinduism.. Even if you know basics of Hinduism you would not leave..Most so called Gurus dont represent Hinduism..its the very nature of Kaliyuga, that such Gurus would arise.. merely claiming authority by the clothes they wear.. this has already been predicted that it would happen..

  20. THE BEST CIVILIAN Posted on November 11, 2019 at 11:41 am

    Rahil is Muslim !! Not Hindu

  21. popular videos Posted on November 12, 2019 at 7:39 am

    Foriginers don't know anything about Hinduism u can read bagwat Geeta and check most of foriginers are following Hinduism and Hinduism never force to convert in Hinduism but Manny religions are converting whole world no and Hinduism is oldest religion in the world I love Hinduism bcz my religion is peacefull and our couture

  22. Sruthi international Posted on November 13, 2019 at 1:41 am

    God has No Religion. GOD IS ONE. First know that in Hinduism and Christianity also Islam the God is same.. You were traveling foolishly from 1 God to another. The God what r u praying now is Jesus , is you already rejected him by being as hindu. Where is your dedication on God? It's not like leaving one person and to go for another. Stop this individuality in religion. If a man born like Hindu, it's God's life, gift to us and we have to die like a hindu too, if u need to pray and respect other religions u can go and pray. But die like hindu by the end of life.

  23. HARSHA CP Posted on November 13, 2019 at 2:58 pm

    Your dog.stop converting poor people….your real dog is my Hindu culture….fuck off your crist…..

  24. Aliy Hekai Posted on November 13, 2019 at 6:44 pm

    I respect all religions…the only point is once people come to Christ truly, there is no turning back and there is no further search for peace and contentment elsewhere. My God is the Beginning and the End😇

  25. Protik Pandit Posted on November 15, 2019 at 9:43 am

    Guru bhagwan nahi hai bhai

  26. Ipsit Kumar Dhal Posted on November 16, 2019 at 7:58 am

    0:59 you got the wrong teaching. we never believe anything. You said Gurus are God and when they are speaking then God is speaking.. it is the mentality of other religions where there is always one to look after…but in Hinduism there is no single one you can refer to God. Every thing , Every one is the form of God

  27. Ipsit Kumar Dhal Posted on November 16, 2019 at 8:10 am

    when you actually starts seeking you mind works ,starts questioning and finding logically …not like described …he said he denied response from hindu gurus but he never asked those questions in Christianity …he started describing hallucinating things like he heard whisper… seriously !!! … imagine your teacher didn't explain something . then you start seeking for the answer and find the second teacher but accept him without asking the question!!!…tell me one question which Hinduism has no answer and Christian's has!?

  28. Himanshu K.C. Posted on November 17, 2019 at 3:25 pm

    I proudly say that no religion is better and scientific then Hinduism.
    Why people all over the world follow hindu practices such as yoga because they found it is better for them and it is not mentioned in any of other religions.
    Even christian people chant on mantras that were described in various hindus books.
    But I being Hindu I dont follow any Jesus's rules and Allah's rules because I know my religion and its rules has everything that can lead people to their happiness and internal peace.

  29. Eliey Yah Posted on November 17, 2019 at 5:34 pm

    Jesus is opening his hurt to everyone

  30. Sonisha Khatri Posted on November 18, 2019 at 4:00 am

    I really respect every religion by heart. We all have right to choose to what to believe in and I’m happy for you who chose to follow your heart 😇 I was 15 when I bought a small bible book in my home secretly and read some of the verses.. i cant remember well now what I read but I am born to a devout hindu family.. and after a couple of days, I suffered for Jaundice.. i dont know might be a coincidence but I became really really sick.. my mom found that book and told me to put it back from where I brought it.. i left the bible to the exact spot where i kept.. and after a month I became healthy.. idk why but whenever I thought of changing to other religion back during teens.. i suffered from terrible sickness and after worshipping Lord Shiva I got healed! For me, hinduism is my life my everything..

  31. mrtvicovek Posted on November 18, 2019 at 7:27 am


  32. Rajesh Peyala Posted on November 19, 2019 at 8:01 am

    Wow what an acting Chutiya

  33. Francis D Posted on November 19, 2019 at 5:40 pm

    In Christianity u can't even question about anything .. you just need to follow riles written 2000 years ago .

  34. Avishek Gurung Posted on November 21, 2019 at 6:26 pm

    I think he has a psychological problems may God bless him may he die in peace

  35. Mohd Noh Majid Posted on November 23, 2019 at 10:14 am

    " Guide us to the straight path "
    QURAN (1:6), Please watch :
    Thedeenshow.com ☀ ♥ 🌷

  36. Gama Rouge Posted on November 23, 2019 at 10:16 pm

    Ekam sath vipra bahudha vadhanti. Congrats on finding your path – if you really had a true guru, he would have let you find your path – seems like he/she did.

  37. amrendra kumar Posted on November 26, 2019 at 12:29 am

    Ok bastard dogi propagandanist . Don't come back to India . We will break your bones . Cunning pig paid by Christians

  38. Aki Tolo Posted on November 26, 2019 at 12:17 pm

    when you are practicing Hinduism you are opening your mind and soul for demons or evil spirits to attach to causing illnesses to the mind and/or body. Yoga (which is a Hindu practice) has led a lot of people into pain because you are opening your body as a vessel to the demonic presence. Think of a light sparkling in a complete darkened area, you will be visible as you have opened the gates. This is all happening within the spiritual realm, this is spiritual warfare. For one to not consider this possibility are to be naive.

    I believe Christianity is the only religion that has serious consequences if neglected. like HELL, which is a place where heathens (athiests), non Christians goes to, to be forever tormented by Satan (the devil) and his demons. Tormented by burning, breathing in toxic with lack of oxygen, the smell of rot of flesh and many more for all eternity. Once you are there, it is your home forever. And as of then, you will regret and as for forgiveness bit its too late.

    Do not be naive. I assure you When you expand your knowledge with Christianity the Holy bible will teach you how to be good over evil. How to protect yourself and your families against evil within the spiritual realm (from evil spirits which can deceive you, rape you and manifest onto you if they were to be successful within the spiritual realm). As well as to protect you in this physical world (earth), by deception of the wicked or evil of men, all in the name of God, Jesus Christ our lord and saviour and the Holy Spirit.

    Just ask yourself these questions, is it worth avoiding Christianity?
    If I were evil where would I be as a Hindu person in the afterlife?
    If I were evil or a non christian where would I be in the after life. Hell.
    You have more to lose in the afterlife being a Hinduism or other religions than to being a Christian. What would you do if Christianity were to be true? Your to late my brother/sister you are going to hell. This is why I chose Christianity.

    At first I chose Christianity because i feared of Hell, but then once you learn from the bible, once you gain fath to God, it makes you the best you can be in this life time, it gives you a lot of attributes like good morals as well as how to protect yourself from the evil of men to evil spirits. By having the faith of God, Jesus and the Holy spirit you become a great person.

    At least give it a try brother/sister.

    Good luck and God bless you.

    A Testimony from a former Hindu person.

  39. Truth seeker Posted on November 26, 2019 at 2:42 pm

    I was born in a pentecostal family in India, now i am a hindhu

  40. Ujwal Mokashi Posted on November 29, 2019 at 3:07 am

    Christianity has to do an advertisement these days. 😀 Looks like he has received lot of rice bags.

  41. pramod venna Posted on November 30, 2019 at 1:18 pm

    For a blind person every is blind

  42. gaki joki Posted on December 1, 2019 at 2:48 am

    The answer is money 💰

  43. Rama krishna Posted on December 1, 2019 at 12:59 pm


  44. Melodic Nostalgic Posted on December 4, 2019 at 11:56 pm

    Hinduism isn't a Religion, Its a Philosophy. I'm Hindu and I respect every God of every Religion on this Planet equally, Jesus is same as Vishnu is same as Allah to me.

    Good luck figuring out what I mean with your limited knowledge and Intellect which only understands One God and One Way to God.

  45. Debadatta Giri Posted on December 5, 2019 at 2:50 pm

    Being an Hindu, I respect your decision to be christian.
    Hope you find God in the path of Jesus.

  46. sreekuttan joo Posted on December 7, 2019 at 11:53 am

    You probably choose the wrong guru

  47. My Kingdom Posted on December 9, 2019 at 1:48 am

    @Doelow da pilotman if you really wanna know something about god!

  48. Girish Ugare Posted on December 11, 2019 at 11:27 am

    Just stop this false propoganda about hinduism. Just doing for money.

  49. Lavanya vlogs Posted on December 11, 2019 at 5:23 pm

    I got converted to a Christian from Hindu (realized the truth very early)

  50. Uzochi Okeke Posted on December 12, 2019 at 11:39 pm

    You know your religion is dying when you have to do advertisments. Can i get two jesus for the price of one? 😂

  51. Filip Halam Posted on December 15, 2019 at 6:28 am

    God bless you bro

  52. Kavya Reddy Posted on December 15, 2019 at 5:54 pm

    I’ve also accept Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior. Praise be to Jesus! May his blessings and peace be on all of us. Amen.

  53. Dark One Posted on December 15, 2019 at 9:09 pm

    Growing up in a Christian family, I never quite understood. I never saw or felt any kind of proof that the Holy Bible was true. It seemed like everything contradicted itself. Not long ago, I experienced astral projection through meditation, and what I experienced was very real, and blissful. Doing the research on what I experienced, led me to the path of Sanatana Dharma (the eternal, natural way). It also led me to wonder where Jesus was during his childhood and young adult life. I ran into something that said he traveled to a guru to learn the natural way. In some way, it seems like they all tied together. Yet history has been rewritten more than we know, which leaves us to wonder "what is truth?". I only believe in what I actually experience. I feel that Sanatana Dharma is truth, and was split into all of the religions we know today for power and oppression. Although Sanatana Dharma is not a religion. It is the eternal, natural way, and it makes so much sense. I still have a lot to learn on this path, but I feel that it is real. I hope you find what you are looking for. 🙏

  54. Sunil Kumar Posted on December 16, 2019 at 9:40 pm

    A truly Oscar deserving performance

  55. Critical Optimist Posted on December 18, 2019 at 7:50 pm

    Jesus taught Dharma to the Jews, so in a way he is staying in his religion.

  56. Ashton .A. Pinto Posted on December 19, 2019 at 2:52 am

    Love from minority Indian Christian

  57. Ravi Nandan Das Posted on December 19, 2019 at 1:03 pm

    Hinduism is not about submission conversion extremism as other Abrahamic religion but it is a way of living

  58. Loka samastha sukhino bhavanthu Posted on December 20, 2019 at 11:26 am

    Tell me who is god is Jesus a god of yehova

  59. Miller 007 Posted on December 22, 2019 at 2:26 am

    Follow Jesus paths or walk in the way of Krishna or follow the Quran . It doesn't matter .
    Just don't make religion your God or it LL only give rise to hatred and if you really want God then you must get rid of it .
    God should be everyone's religion .
    But today people have made religion their God .
    I have spoken 😄

  60. Ιβιάν Ιωσήφ Posted on December 22, 2019 at 5:12 pm

    Nice testimony
    God bless you brother.

  61. Black Hole Posted on December 23, 2019 at 7:17 pm

    Really happy for him.
    Coming from an agnostic in India.

  62. Bittun Posted on December 23, 2019 at 10:10 pm

    I respect your decision .

  63. Narender Sharma Posted on December 25, 2019 at 2:59 pm

    If you only once read and understand Bhagwat gita you will find your all answers

  64. Ven Venny Posted on December 26, 2019 at 8:52 am

    Jesus is real.because even the setanism proves that Christian is true.because they used the opposite symbol of the Christian

  65. rahul kashiv Posted on December 26, 2019 at 7:31 pm

    You don't try to understand the Hinduism…… Just convert because you dont understand………. Converting in any religion is a stupidity……. Become a human not Christian……………… I m not believe any gurus or babas still i m a proud hindu

  66. Lo Lo Posted on December 26, 2019 at 10:53 pm

    So this is what Gustavo Fring does now. I thought he died.

  67. Lo Lo Posted on December 26, 2019 at 10:54 pm

    Very interesting how Jesus presents to a Hindu and Shiva came to me, a born Christian.

  68. Lo Lo Posted on December 26, 2019 at 10:56 pm

    There are brainwashers in every religion. That’s why most spiritual practice should be done alone. God won’t steer you wrong, but other people will to fit their agenda.

  69. Markrista Brooks Posted on December 27, 2019 at 6:52 am

    The power of Jesus Christ is 100% real. The miracles that were written about in the Bible STILL occur now! Over 2,000 years have passed since Christ died and rose up from the grave and even more miracles occur now in Jesus name. “Yeshua” to be technical.

    I just hope and pray that more people sincerely ask God to open their eyes and know the truth before it’s too late. It’s better to sincerely cry out to God while you have a chance to, than find out that Jesus really was the way to God when it’s too late.

  70. ankur saini Posted on December 28, 2019 at 9:54 am

    Be Aware!! Converted People will always have the Identify Crisis because you're not the actual Christian.☮️🏳️
    #IdentityCrisis #Christian #ConvertedChristian #LossOfIdentity
    World will always look down on you for your Identity Issues.

  71. Binamra Adhikari Posted on December 28, 2019 at 1:50 pm

    You are a BS

  72. Kuntal Sengupta Posted on December 29, 2019 at 6:30 am

    Love each other and you will find.

  73. Yash G Posted on December 30, 2019 at 8:05 am

    Abrahamic religions: Here's a book with do's and don'ts you have to believe in and follow or else you'll face hell fire.

    Eastern philosophy: We wrote what we found as truth but these are only suggestions, now go find the truth for yourself.

  74. Gaurav Sharma Posted on December 30, 2019 at 8:26 am

    He came to India after 19 years. He grew up in a civilisation of Christ.

  75. Princy Yepuri Posted on December 30, 2019 at 11:08 am

    Dear brothers and sisters , please do not use any kind of foul words or reply to people who believe that Christianity is fake and who proudly claim to have burnt bible. We are here to witness the testimony and wonder of God . Even people who are born in Christian family need to experience the wonder of God and accept him as our savior. Love thy neighbour as you love yourselves , consider the people who are writing the hate comments as your neighbours and pray for them. I believe that's what God expects from those who were fortunate enough to be born in a Christian family.

  76. Shivam Bisht Posted on December 30, 2019 at 6:21 pm

    Jesus is fake

  77. Soteriology101 Posted on December 31, 2019 at 7:31 am

    I find it unusual how a person can turn their back on their traditional religion & walk away without any opposition persecution insult or resistance. Most religion is not like that. Maybe Hinduism is at least peaceful concerning how those that leave it, leave it or maybe the Hindu priest had a touch of Bhuddism in him. Any religion that allows you to walk out has to be at least understanding of human freedom.

  78. Andrew De Posted on December 31, 2019 at 9:44 pm

    Bible do not convert people it changes people's life

  79. Delilah Martin Posted on January 1, 2020 at 3:53 pm

    Hail Satan 😈

  80. Raj Bodepudi Posted on January 2, 2020 at 12:18 am

    Hinduism is for SEEKERS who admit "I do not know".
    Abrahamic Religions are for non-seekers who
    NEED faith, in lieu of "I do not Know".

  81. Mauro Leonardo Mondal Posted on January 3, 2020 at 2:52 pm

    God loves you, Turn away from sin…
    Stop Idol worshipping, those idols didn't create you, or anything for sure… Think, If there is a God, you are disrespecting Him… Practices may be ancient but may not be good or right…

    Think for all the advancement in technology, although there are bad sides technological advancement made so much difference. If all ancient practices were good and right, no man would have ever done anything new…

  82. Mauro Leonardo Mondal Posted on January 3, 2020 at 2:58 pm

    "Truth alone prevails" you have heard it, you know where it is from…..

    Jesus: "I am The Truth, The Way and The Life"

    Notice "The" is stating 'specific singular'.

    If many ways –
    Christians Get Saved

    If Christ is the only way –
    Christians Get Saved

    Can your beliefs say the same?

  83. Mauro Leonardo Mondal Posted on January 3, 2020 at 3:02 pm

    Hindus: Abrahamic Religions………

    Why do you think Abrahamic religions are same? On what basis did you came to that conclusion?

  84. Derrick Wade Posted on January 4, 2020 at 5:38 am

    In no way is a church more beautiful than a hindu temple. Hindu temple architecture is by far the most intricate, beautiful and awe inspiring

  85. Shanda Maya Posted on January 4, 2020 at 1:42 pm

    Great choice,Jesus is the Only Way

  86. Tender Mercies Posted on January 4, 2020 at 3:06 pm

    May God Bless him. Amazing testimony. That's how you feel, trapped, when you know something's off but you keep doing it because people told you to do it. In Christianity I was never told by ANYONE else to believe in Jesus, it was my own personal encounter with Him. I felt his love. I was finally home.

  87. Amol Anant Posted on January 4, 2020 at 5:24 pm

    God bless you … The as you consider as Jesus..and also follow Jesus as well….Jesus is great …but I am Hindu I will be Hindu till I merge in this universe ..
    That's what Hinduism teaches choose your path …you have chosen your path … I am good with Hindu belief

  88. Jon Neiss Posted on January 4, 2020 at 11:33 pm

    all major world religions are valid paths to the same God. We have to go beyond superiority and competition. All human beings are God's children. And God answers all prayers and all devotions, no matter the form.

    play about The Christ, by Hindu Yogi…..

    The Son….

    (In 2007, Sri Chinmoy was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. Sri Chinmoy conducted meditations at the United Nations for about 30 years and at the US Congress for about 20 years.)


  89. Ashish Thakur Posted on January 5, 2020 at 11:16 pm

    It’s very beautiful and uplifting to hear when any human gets close to GOD – all my love to you my brother

    It’s very sad to hear when my fellow humans bring down someone else’s way of worship to GOD to show their way is holier than the other.

    We have the privilege of life and as humans the capability to experiencing god within us if only we all listen – it’s a personal journey and we should all welcome it

    Let there be no hatred or comparison 🙏🏻

    Let there be peace! let there be peace 🙏🏻🙏🏻

  90. anant sharma Posted on January 7, 2020 at 5:25 pm

    Achhi movie h bsdk

  91. Bankway Posted on January 8, 2020 at 1:46 pm

    Forgive them father

  92. cyber ops Posted on January 8, 2020 at 8:59 pm

    True. And yeah i am converting to Christianity

  93. amit604 Posted on January 9, 2020 at 1:08 am

    I was born a hindu ,my background was priest family. Now I'm a Christian. It's my own testimony not anyone force me into converting.

  94. Blah Blue Posted on January 10, 2020 at 3:16 am

    He was disappointed in the Swaminarayan sect/ cult. Dude, many Hindus are disappointed in it. He didn't bother to get to know the true religion. He based an ENTIRE philosophy on a single sect/ cult. :/
    I'm Hindu and don't like Swaminarayan stuff because those who follow it are always about the money. They consist of mostly patels. Though I'm nto Patel some of my distant relatives have become ardent supporters because they think they will develop contacts and get rich. It's greed that motivates them, not pruity of mind and benevolence.
    However, they are the most organized and expanding modern group in India. They offer Hindi, Gujarati classes for kids. They teach kids musical instruments etc…but all for a fee. Even then, they do have their merits. I just don't like the whole treating women as inferior.
    My family is brahmin, and my dad's friend would always bring a guru to our house when in town. We had to cook and clean for their arrival but were kicked out to remain the rest of the eveing sitting in the backyard. They ate the food the women made but refused to acknowledge her decently as a human. I hated this growing up. I think my dad should have made a bigger stance. The gurus would go into our temple area and remove pictures of gods, recommend putting them away and "gift' us one with their guru and some necklace. Is this ok to do? I grew up in the US and felt insulted and angry at my dad….How could he let people do this?
    The point is a guru's mind should be strong enough to view women without feeling dirty. They should beable to see humans as souls, not genders. What's the point of that spiritual position of you still claim and inferior mindset?

  95. HaskellBorne Posted on January 10, 2020 at 12:30 pm

    To get citizenship and benefits.

  96. ᎦᎥᏒ ᏉῖᖇᏌᎦ Posted on January 11, 2020 at 4:07 pm

    I have seen many hindus…or non-christain become chritain but i never see any christain turned into hindus or non-christain…

  97. margaret lalhlimpuii Posted on January 11, 2020 at 5:04 pm

    I appreciate your hardwork💕Glory to God💕

  98. Megha Harsha Posted on January 12, 2020 at 9:59 am

    Lots of love brother from india