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Catherine Winkworth at CCEL

First Lines of Verses of Hymns

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Sad with longing, sick with fears
Satan, I defy thee
Satan watches to betray me
Save her from the world her foe
Sayst thou, I know not how or where
Scarce can he stand alone, far less
Science with her keen-eyed glance
Search all my hidden parts, whate'er impure
See how everything that liveth
See how I have gone astray
See how in this wilderness
See, my soul, thy Saviour chooses
See the children of His love
See the fetters that have bound me
See Thy little flock dispersing
Seeing I am Jesus' lamb
Seems it in my anguish lone
Seems it in my anguish lone
Sendeth He some cross to bear
Shall I not sing praise to Thee
Shall I not sing praise to Thee
Shall I not then be filled with gladness
Shall I not then be filled with joy
Shall I o'er the future fret
Shall I weary me with fretting
Shall I weary me with fretting
She hath escaped all danger now
Shine in my heart, and bring me joy and light
Shine on the darken'd and the cold
Shine on the darken'd and the cold
Show me now a Father's love
Sin brought us grief, but Christ relief
Sin, Death, and Hell, and Satan
Sin of courage hath bereft me
Sin of courage hath bereft me
Sin of courage hath bereft me
Sin washed away, hushed all alarms
Since but the pure in heart are blest
Since but the pure in heart are blest
Since Christ has gone to heav'n His home
Since Christ hath reach'd His glorious throne
Since Christ hath reached His glorious throne
Since Christ is gone to heaven, His home
Since first the world began to be
Since first the world began to be
Since then my course is traced by Him
Since then neither change nor end
Since then neither change nor end
Since this I know, oh wherefore sink
Since Thou didst leave the grave again
Since Thou from death didst rise again
Since Thou hast died, the Pure, the Just
Since Thou hast died, the Pure, the Just
Since Thou my God and Father art
Since Thou my God and Father art
Sing, pray, and keep His ways unswerving
Sing, pray, and swerve not from His ways
Sing we His praises
Single and clear, not weak or blind
Sink not yet, my soul, to slumber
Sink not yet, my soul, to slumber
Sink thou deeply in our mind
Slay in me the wayward will
Slay in me the wayward will
'So be It,' then I say
"So be it" then I say
So doth Thy boundless Love embrace
So glows Thy love within this frame
So grant me then in weal and woe
So help us, Christ, our Hope in loss!
So holy is this day of days
So I, too, dare to come to Thee
So may God, the Righteous, brook
So may God, the Righteous, brook
So on His Word relying
So shall the creature ever serve me here
So shall Thy goodness here be still adored
So shall we all, until Thy heaven we see
So they with us may evermore
So they with us may evermore
So to God I leave it all
So we commend, Lord, to Thy grace
Soldiers of the Cross, be strong
Soldiers of the Cross, take courage!
Soon may that fire from heaven be lent us
Soon Time for us shall cease to reign
Sore is my grief and lonely
Soul and body, life and goods
Soul, thy incense also proffer
Soul, thy incense also proffer
Speak, O God, and I will hear Thee
Speak Thou for me! Thou art
Spirit of childhood! loved of God
Spirit Thou of strength and power
Spread, oh spread, thou mighty Word
Spread, oh spread, thou mighty Word
Still He comes within us
Still I read the ancient story
Still shall they leave that Word His might
Still shall they leave that Word His might
Still shall they leave that Word its might
Strive aright when God doth call thee
Strive when thou art called of God
Strong Champion! For this comfort see
Strong Champion! For this comfort see
Strong Son of God, break down Thy foes
Such the King will ever deign to teach
Such the King will evermore defend
Such the King will stoop to and embrace
Such the King with blessing will secure
Suffering is the work now sent
Sun and moon and stars so bright
Sun of Love, when Thou dost greet me
Sun, who all my life dost brighten
Sun, who all my life dost brighten
Sweet for each other oft to plead
Sweetest Fount of holy gladness
Sweetest joy the soul can know
Sweetly all the air is stirr'd
Sweetly all the air is stirred
Sweetly sings the nightingale
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