Henry Edward Manning

Henry Edward
Manning
1808
1892

English Cardinal and Bishop

Author Quotes

Temperance is the excellence of the will in controlling the passion for pleasure.

Gratitude consists of a watchful, minute attention to the particulars of our state, and to the multitudes of God's gifts, taken one by one. It fills us with a consciousness that God loves and cares for us, even to the least event and smallest need of life. It is a blessed thought that from our childhood God has been laying his fatherly hands upon us, and always in benediction, and that even the strokes of his hands are blessings, and among the chiefest we have ever received.

To those who are His all things are not only easy to be borne, but even to be gladly chosen. Their will is united to that will which moves heaven and earth, which gives laws to angels, and rules the courses of the world.

Every duty, even the least duty, involves the whole principle of obedience.

Praise consists in the love of God, in wonder at the goodness of God, in recognition of the gifts of God, in seeing God in all things He gives us, ay, and even in the things that He refuses to us; so as to see our whole life in the light of God; and seeing this, to bless Him, adore Him, and glorify Him.

A habit of devout fellowship with God is the spring of all our life, and the strength of it.

Of the wisdom that is far above; and that Christian charity ought never to be sacrificed even for the promotion of evangelical truth.

To those who are His all things are not only easy to be borne, but even to be gladly chosen. Their will is united to that which moves heaven and earth, which gives laws to angels, and rule the courses of the world.

Our character is our will; for what we will we are.

Few men are both rich and generous; fewer are both rich and humble.

Religion without mystery ceases to be religion.

Author Picture
First Name
Henry Edward
Last Name
Manning
Birth Date
1808
Death Date
1892
Bio

English Cardinal and Bishop