Cecil Kumar | Vandana Karte Hai Hum

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Vandana Karte Hai Hum

by Cecil Kumar

Cecil Kumar composed Vandna Karte Hai Hum in 1969. This song features Clarice Paul in vocals and is still popularly sung around churches all over the world
Genre: Spiritual: Praise & Worship
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The story of the Vandna song is unique, just like the song itself. Whenever I remember that particular day, it seems to me like it just happened yesterday.
In those days, I was in Lucknow, ministering in a church. Along with that, I also would produce radio programmes in the recording studio there.
That evening was slightly gloomy. I thought I would go home after eating dinner. I put my hand in my pocket and realized that I had no money in my wallet. I turned back to go home. I used to live alone, and I was desperate, hungry and thirsty.
As I lay on my bed, many thoughts were flooding in my mind, I don't know for how long. I kept thinking, I am a servant of the most sovereign, almighty God. I walk according to His will, and then why these problems, suffocation, hunger and pain? Why wouldn't these things be removed from me? I was desolate, but I couldn't understand why!
My voice creaked, my throat was choking, and without any control, tears were flowing from my eyes.
By then, it must have been midnight.
A light shone before my eyes. It seemed as if the Lord Jesus Himself was saying, "I too have experienced grief, pain, hunger and thirst.... all for who? For you! I had even sacrificed my life to give you salvation, and you are terrified now itself. Get up, I am with you.”
I got up with my hungry, thirsty and weak body, with the incessant tearful stream down my face. I sat in a chair nearby, and without realizing, I reached for a pen and paper.
Drops of my tears continued to fall on the paper, and thus the song 'Vandna karte hain hum' was written. Glory be to God.
{Cecil Kumar}

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