Frederick Dan Huntington

Frederick Dan
Huntington
1819
1904

American Clergy and Protestant Episcopal Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York

Author Quotes

Holiness is religious principle put into motion. It is the love of God sent forth into circulation, on the feet, and with the hands of love to men. It is faith gone to work. It is charity coined into actions, and devotion breathing benediction on human suffering, while it goes up in intercession to the Father of all piety.

If we do not know what the sorrow of penitence is, we have been living only on the surface of life - unmindful of its deep realities, unconscious of its grander glories.

There’ll be no night in Heav’n,
In that blest world above;
No anxious toil, no weary hours;
For labor there is love.

There’ll be no sorrow there,
There’ll be no sorrow there,
In Heav’n above, where all is love,
There’ll be no sorrow there.

There’ll be no grief in Heav’n,
For life is one glad day,
And tears are those of former things
Which all have passed way.

There’ll be no sin in Heav’n;
Behold that blessèd throng,
All holy in their spotless robes,
All holy in their song.

Author Picture
First Name
Frederick Dan
Last Name
Huntington
Birth Date
1819
Death Date
1904
Bio

American Clergy and Protestant Episcopal Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York