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Sad and doubting! lo, the sun
Safe from harm, no foes await thee
Save us, O Christ, our God
See, clear the pathway open lies
See Him fainting by the way
See Him in the garden prone
See, in the darkness, the dawn is awaking,--
See, in the darkness, the dawn is awaking
See, on the Cross without the wall
See! the gates of hades shaken
See the King of kings ascending
See, the stone is rolled away
See where He lies in manger low
See where the orb of day
Seek, and the grace of God most kind
Seek not rest in worldly promise
Send speedy help, we pray
Shall I then with such a Giver
Shame be on your heads abiding
Shepherds at their watch beholding
Shorn of my strength I lift my cry
Sin and death--the twain assailed
Sleep to the weary pilgrim give
Sleepers awake! No time for slumber now
Sleepers awake! The Christ from death awakes
Sleepers awake! the night's long reign is past
Sleepers awake! to hope immortal spring
So let Thy will be mine
Soft o'er the land the twilight creeps
Son, the Father's love revealing
Soothing as the calm that falls
Soul, bestir! the path before thee
Souls that in slumber behold not the beauty
Spare me, Lord, Thy creature spare
Speak, and the Voice that bade the light
Speak to my heart, O Jesus Christ Who came
Speak when the clouds in dusky folds
Speak when the tempest fiercely blows
Spirit of God, in love descend
Spirit of Grace, with gifts more rare
Spirit of Light, and Love, and Grace
Spirit of Light, Thy glory pour
Spirit of love and light
Spirit of Love, whose heavenly wiles
Spring time and harvest, and cloud and summer gladness
Spring time is now, and summer with its beauty
Stands He there on Olivet
Stay your coming, dawn and sunrise
Still is the eventide
Strew palms, strew palms, He comes again
Strew palms, strew palms! O Christ our King
Strew palms, strew palms upon the way
Strike your harps, ye choirs supernal
Strong is the arm that in our cause was raised;--
Stronger than uplifted arm
Supreme the love the Christ displayed
Sweet as the breath that fans the bowers
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