Henry Clay Trumbull Quotes

Who was Henry Clay Trumbull?

Henry Clay Trumbull was an American clergyman and author. He became a world-famous editor, author, and pioneer of the Sunday School Movement.

Born June 8, 1830
Died December 8, 1903
Aged 73 years old

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Best Quotes by Henry Clay Trumbull

“Friendship by its very nature consists in loving, rather than in being loved.”

“The moment you accept God's ordering, that moment your work ceases to be a task, and becomes your calling; you pass from bondage to freedom, from the shadow-land of life into life itself.”

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“Books are the most wonderful friends in the world. When you meet them and pick them up, they are always ready to give you a few ideas. When you put them down, they never get mad; when you take them up again, they seem to enrich you all the more.”

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