show

Christ is alive, and goes before us to show and share what love can do., 784

Fading are the worldling's pleasures, all their boasted pomp and show, 522

has sent us his Son to save us, and show us that God is love, 621

in shop and industry, city and farm -- show us the pathways that cause no one harm., 687

Let us show how he has changed us, and remade us as his own, 635

Lord, you show us love's true measure, 617

O Lord, your feast we celebrate: we show your death, we sing your name, 355

O, show us now your lovely grace, upon our sorrows shine your face, 272

Our lives now reveal Christ's presence; we will show Godís love and grace, 624

show in the heavín your promised sign; great Prince and Savior, come., 17

Show me, Lord, just show me, Lord, the service you will need., 601

Show me the truth concealed within your Word, 502

show to all God's mighty deeds, 69, 526

Show us how through care and goodness fear will die and hope increase., 685

show us how to serve the neighbors we have from you., 577

show us that bright shore where we weep no more., 799

striving to show God's fellowship to all., 587

Then may we know you, welcome and show you, 149

though I am weak, show me anew I have my pow'r, my strength from you., 733

thus may our lives show forth your praise, 204

till our lives of truth and grace show our world your human face!, 363

to show forth his matchless praises, 528

to the child, the youth, the aged, love in living deeds to show, 688

We covenant in church and home this peace to show each other, 121

We've a Savior to show to the nations, who the path of sorrow has trod, 621

showed

sick and in prison you showed me your love.", 149

Thence he arose, no more to die, and showed our feet the way, 87

shower(see also: showír)

from trust in bombs that shower destruction through the night, 142, 683

showered

This is the time when God the Spirit showered, 830

showers(see also: showírs)

He shall come down like showers upon the fruitful earth, 263

showing

Bless all those who nurture children, sharing knowledge, showing love, 665

We are called to be Godís people, showing by our lives his grace, 635

we loud, like rushing streams, combine in showing forth his love divine., 479

shown

All who have gone before us have shown us how to live, 389

Now to the ends of the earth see his salvation is shown, 547

show'r(see also: shower)

In copious show'r on all who pray each holy day your blessings pour!, 517

show'rs(see also: showers)

for daily show'rs of blessing, for answers to our prayers., 433

Show'rs of blessing, show'rs of blessing from the Lord proceed, 636

shows

constant love to me he shows, yea, my very name he knows., 662, 663

See, he shows the prints of love! Alleluia!, 371

shrine

when suddenly a voice divine rang through the silence of the shrine., 609

shriveled

as though within a heart of stone, or shriveled seed in darkness sown, 478

shrouded

All our knowledge, sense and sight lie in deepest darkness shrouded, 558

shudder

O shepherds, shudder not with fright, but hear the angel's warning., 287

shun

duties I have left undone, evils I have failed to shun., 779

Shun not suff'ring, shame or loss, 349

shunned

the leper set apart and shunned, the sick and those in shame., 736

shuts

When the church of Jesus shuts its outer door, 651

sick

As you, Lord, in deep compassion healed the sick and freed the soul, 688

Come, you sinners, poor and needy, weak and wounded, sick and sore, 765

God of the hungry, God of the sick, God of the prodigal, 30, 462

Heal the sick and preach the word, 25

health to the sick in mind, sight to the inward blind:, 380

Lord, you give the great commission: "Heal the sick and preach the word.", 617

raise the fallen, cheer the faint, heal the sick and lead the blind., 724

Sick and in prison you showed me your love.", 149

that I may be calm to comfort sick and sorrowing., 585

that whole and sick, and weak and strong, may praise you evermore., 736

the leper set apart and shunned, the sick and those in shame., 736

the sick to heal, the lost to seek, to raise up them that fall, 348

sickles

a dream of swords to sickles bent, of spears to scythe and spade, 691

sickness

healing pain and sickness, blessing children small, 578

People with sickness are praying for health, come, come, come Jesus Christ, 266

side

Be still my soul: the Lord is on your side., 757

Break down the wall that would divide your children, Lord, on ev'ry side., 686

by your side I will seek other seas., 613

Christ claims the side of those who've lost their rights and peace., 630

Close by your side abiding, I fear no foe, 791

Crown him the Lord of love; behold his hands and side, 405

death of death and hell's destruction, land me safe on Canaan's side., 790

draw me nearer, nearer, nearer, blessed Lord, to thy precious, bleeding side., 607

for God himself fights by our side with weapons of the Spirit., 788

I shall not fear the battle if you are (at/by) my side, 172, 603

Keep us close to your blessed side, there may we in love abide, 347

"My pierced side, O Thomas, see, and look upon my hands, my feet, 369

No longer Thomas then denied; he saw the feet, the hands, the side, 369

On this we fix our minds as, praying side by side, 210

Simple innocence springs solely forth from Jesus' bleeding side, 715

then at his side by the throne of his glory be seated, 639

till in glory, parted never from the blessed Savior's side, 331

to the Father's side ascended till as judge he comes again., 699

We may not touch his hands and side, nor follow where he trod, 713

who has washed us in the tide flowing from his pierced side, Alleluia!, 216

sigh

He speaks in thunder and in sigh, and, blessed on hearing we reply, 541

Prayer is the burden of a sigh, the falling of a tear, 749

to check the rising doubt, the rebel sigh, 490

sighed

come to the place for which our people sighed?, 707

sighing

Christ is risen!Grief and sighing, sins and sorrows fall behind, 211

Grief and pain ended, and sighing no longer, 813

thank you for the groaning, sighing, for the vict'ry of your dying, 334

to give them songs for sighing, their darkness turn to light, 263

sighs

Jesus, pitying the sighs of the thief, who near you dies, 352

sight

A thousand ages in your sight are like an evening gone, 461

All our knowledge, sense and sight lie in deepest darkness shrouded, 558

Alleluia! Bless your people; by your Spirit give them sight, 637

And, Lord, haste the day when my faith shall be sight, 754

and may my preparation be well accepted in thy sight., 269

And then your touch brought life and health, gave speech, and strength, and sight, 736

Arm me with jealous care, as in your sight to live, 645

bringing truth to live within you, turning blindness into sight, 526

but that light will quickly vanish, when of Jesus we lose sight., 717

He heals our souls and gives us sight and puts no ill before us., 718

health to the sick in mind, sight to the inward blind:, 380

His wisdom ever waking, his sight is never dim, 732

in the praises that we offer; we are precious in Godís sight., 659

Jesus takes the highest station; O, what joy the sight affords, 406

Just as I am, poor, wretched, blind; sight, riches, healing of the mind, 762

let your word dispel the night, wake my spirit, clear my sight., 223

Lift your eyes and see the light; Zionís city is in sight!, 789

Look, O look, the sight is glorious, see the man of sorrows now, 406

Morning Star, O cheering sight!, 281

No angel in the sky can fully bear that sight, 405

O let my eyes be lightened by sight of your dear face, 484

O wondrous sight! O vision fair of glory that the church shall share, 327

people with blindness are longing for sight, come, Lord Jesus Christ., 266

Perfect submission, perfect delight, visions of rapture now burst on my sight., 714

Savior, you came to give those who in darkness live healing and sight, 380

shine ever on my sight, and clothe me round, the while my path illuming., 492

Silent night, holy night, shepherds quake at the sight, 297

though dust and ashes in your sight, we may, we must draw near., 750

Though the cloud from sight received him when the forty days were o'er, 373

we may behold you as you are, with full and endless sight., 713

We walk by faith and not by sight, 713

whose souls, condemned and dying, were precious in his sight., 263

your angels adore you, all veiling their sight, 457

Your hand, in sight of all my foes, shall still my table spread, 730

sighted

Happy soul, to Christ united, calmer now and clearer sighted:, 809

sights

I see the sights that dazzle, the tempting sounds I hear., 603

sign

breath of life and voice of prophets, sign of blessing, pow'r of love:, 642

by pledge and sign of bread and wine to fold us in his love., 227

God made flesh, who dwelt among us giving bread and wine as sign., 193

O Christ, who by a cross made peace your sign, 766

one in heart and one in spirit, sign of hope for all the race., 635

our hearts to bear the cov'nant sign:, 424

show in the heavín your promised sign; (great/then) Prince and Savior, come., 17, 394

the Savior, who is Christ the Lord, and this shall be the sign, 296

to the church in faith assembled, to her midst as gift and sign:, 498

with all God's children everywhere his name and sign with pride we bear, 543

you have drawn me to your wonder, you have set your sign on me., 669

signature

His promise keeps us strong and sure; we trust the holy signature inscribed upon our temples., 761

signed

Baptize us with your Spirit, Lord, your cross on us be signed, 321

in tongues of many peoples and signed without a sound., 503

signs

by words and signs and actions thus still seeking not himself but us., 485

We long for mighty signs of God Ė cathedral, miracle, and sword, 58

silence

and all was deep silence and night reigned supreme, 382

and there is silence in my deepest soul, 755

God is in his temple; all in us keep silence, 554

He arose in silence., 580

He comes when souls in silence lie and thoughts of day depart, 478

Here in honesty of preaching, here in silence, as in speech, 564

Let all mortal flesh keep silence, and with fear and trembling stand, 184, 271

Now the silence, now the peace, 414

the silence was broken when God sang the song, 382

There's a song in ev'ry silence, seeking word and melody, 797

when suddenly a voice divine rang through the silence of the shrine., 609

where Jesus knelt to share with thee the silence of eternity, 739

why should the wondershe has wrought be lost in silence and forgot, 72

silent

above thy deep and dreamless sleep the silent stars go by., 282

By your patient years of toiling, by your silent hours of pain, 648

For the plowing, sowing, reaping, silent growth while we are sleeping, 449

Good Christian, fear; for sinners here the silent Word is pleading, 305

God of our weary years, God of our silent tears, 707

in silent awe we bow on this, your holy day., 563

let no tongue on earth be silent, evíry voice in concert ring evermore and evermore., 483

Now evening comes to close the day, and soon the silent hours, 570

Silent night, holy night, all is calm, all is bright, 297

silent the shepherds watching, the gentle flocks are still., 284

though dark waves roll o'er the silent river, 805

Unresting, unhasting, and silent as light, 457

silently

How silently, how silently, the wondrous gift is giv'n!, 282

Kneel at the feet of (his/our) friends, silently (washes/washing) their feet, 577

silver

He frames the winter skies, his silver stars I see, 466

sold once for silver, murdered here, our brother, 562

Yours the gold and yours the silver, yours the wealth of land and sea, 41, 648

Simon

O Simon Peter, Andrew, James, and John -- beloved one, 611

simple

A simple meal, a quiet time to celebrate a love divine, 438

Help us our priesthood understand, that we can make the simple grand, 440

In simple trust like theirs who heard, beside the Syrian sea, 739

Now Jesus watched them from afar, then called them each by name, 611

Simple innocence, most holy, forthright, strong, profoundly wise, 715

Simple innocence springs solely forth from Jesus' bleeding side, 715

when we know that love for simple things is better, 689

When we lose our simple vision, complex, clashing views prevail., 715

simpleness

gentle children, bound in duty -- we are blessed with simpleness., 715

simplest

Prayer is the simplest form of speech that infant lips can try, 749

simplicity

in none else but him confiding walk in true simplicity:, 717

When simplicity we cherish, then the soul is full of light, 717

simply

simply follow your direction, to your will resign our choice., 716

sin

All who dwell in deepest sin my hand will save., 641

and here by faith we see God's face, are cleansed from stain of sin., 439

be my aid when Satan and sin oppress., 728

but, Jesus, draw still nearer and shield my soul from sin!, 603

by his power, ev'ry hour, will direct us and protect us in a world of sin and strife., 631

By you preserved, from sin set free, to you ourselves we give, 39

Christ, the Lamb of God, you take away the sin of the world, 9, 11

Come as a shepherd; guard and keep your fold from all that fosters sin, 432

Come, O Father's saving Son, who o'er sin the vict'ry won., 265

commitment free from strife, a soul unhurt by sin., 615

daily pow'r to conquer sin; patient faith, the crown to win., 426

Easter triumph, Easter joy!This alone can sin destroy, 216

false and full of sin I am, thou art full of truth and grace., 724

Far as east from west is distant, God has put away our sin, 458

For the sake of Jesus, who from sin now frees us, grant us, Lord, your mercy., 303

Forgive me all my sin today, my heart and soul renew, 32

from all sin deliver me, that I wholly yours may be., 202

From death to life eternal, from sin to be set free, 90

from sin and ev'ry evil thing to him we turn., 425

from sin, division, hate and shame, from spite and enmity!, 781

From sorrow, toil, and pain, and sin we shall be free, 680

gather all your people in, free from sorrow, free from sin, 450

gave us his Son, that sin won't enslave us, 412

give faith in your great sacrifice that does for sin atone, 750

God has made his saints victorious; sin and death shall not prevail, 454

God is love; and thought with blindness, sin afflicts all human life, 463

God will deal with us in mercy, not according to our sin., 534

Hail, O agonizing Savior, bearer of our sin and shame, 330

has, with clear blessing, washed sin away., 408

he bled and died to take away my sin., 465

he comes as Savior, peace to win, and he will cleanse you from all sin.", 306

He has conquered death and sin; alleluia!, 371

here taste afresh the calm of sin forgiv'n., 421

Here we kneel to seek your presence, share our sin, confess our shame, 557

His grace subdues the pow'r of sin; he sets the pris'ner free, 548

His precious blood alone has been sufficient ransom for my sin., 776

Holy Spirit, mighty God, move our will, despite our sin, 497

I know not how that Calvary's cross a world from sin could free, 704

in our sadness bringing news of sin forgiv'n., 778

Jesus' redeeming labors are done. Even the battle with sin is won., 357

Keep us today, Lord, from all sin., 234

keep your flock, from sin defend us, seek us when we go astray., 731

kindly compass you about, till you are saved from sin., 729

Long my imprisoned spirit lay fast bound in sin and nature's night., 773

Lord God, Lamb of God: You take away the sin of the world: have mercy on us, 233

Lord Jesus, think on me and purge away my sin, 764

May we thirst your love to know; lead us in our sin and woe, 352

Melt the clouds of sin and sadness; drive the dark of doubt away, 544

Mine is the sin, but yours the righteousness, 421

"My body broken for your sin receive and eat as living food.", 355

My Lord of love who knew no sin, a sinner's death enduring:, 384

My sin -- not in part, but the whole --, 754

My sin, O, the bliss of this glorious thought!, 754

No ear may hear his coming, but in this world of sin, 282

No more let sin and sorrow grow, nor thorns infest the ground, 294

O Christ, your triumphs now begin o'er captive death and conquered sin., 343

O give us strength in you to fight, in you to conquer sin., 341

O holy Child of Bethlehem, descend to us, we pray; cast out our sin, and enter in, 282

Open our door and enter in, rescue from darkness and from sin., 536

Our forbears lived by faith, set free from self and sin, 698

Pardon for sin and a peace that endureth, 460

Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world of sin?, 710

peace, which flows from Christís salvation, peace, the seal of cancelled sin, 556

Plenteous grace with thee is found, grace to cover all my sin, 724

safe from known or secret foes, free from sin and Satan's hold, 729

Sin and death and hell shall never o'er us final triumph gain:, 463

sin and disease, the enemies of good --, 587

Sin and hell in conflict fell with their bitter storms assail me. Jesus will not fail me., 722

So also consider yourselves dead to sin, and alive to God in Jesus Christ our Lord., 236

that John and Jordan might deliver their troubled souls from sin and shame., 315

The death that he died, he died to sin, once for all, 236

the night of sin is ended. Alleluia!, 367

the Word he gave broke through the grave, and vanquished sin and hell., 504

Then cleansed be ev'ry life from sin; make straight the way for God within, 267

There was no other good enough to pay the price of sin, 353

This holy Word exposes sin, convinces us that we're unclean, 509

though the eye made blind by sin thy glory may not see, 381

'Tis finished, all is finished, their fight with death and sin., 394

to know your will and keep from sin, your word I cherish in my heart., 510

to ransom them from sin the Savior came:, 756

True God and yet true man, he came to save his people from earth's dark night of sin., 302

turn away from fear and sin, to let the Savior enter in.Ē, 60

Visit, then, this soul of mine, pierce the gloom of sin and grief, 475

wean it from sin, through all its pulses move., 224, 490

When we suffer, God sends healing; when we sin, the Lord forgives, 534

who died for us once, that we might die unto sin, 252

who yielded his life an atonement for sin, 550

with world, and sin, and self to part, and to obey his word, 183, 209

yet oft ashamed we weep before you, that we by sin our Lord have slain., 340

You are the way; to you alone from sin and death we flee, 661

you have shed your radiance on a world of sin., 778

Your dying cleansed the world of sin, and all who die with you are clean, 333

yours the war we wage on sin, yours the pow'r by which we win., 363

sinís alloy

so may we with holy joy, pure and free from sinís alloy, 190

sinís powír

from sinís powír, Lord, set us free, newborn souls in you to be. Alleluia, 216

since

For since by a man came death, by a man has come also the resurrection of the dead., 236

sincere

Blessed, the sincere and truthful from the lie's deception free, 595

Greet now the swiftly changing year with joy and penitence sincere., 308

Prayer is the soul's sincere desire, unuttered or expressed, 749

sincerely

Please the Lord in ev'rything you do, and his peace most sincerely pursue., 275

Sincerely I have sought you, Lord, O let me not from you depart, 510

with their lips and hearts, sincerely, glad thank off'rings may they bring, 660

sincerity

but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth., 236

to love each other heartily, in truth and with sincerity, 183, 209

sin-filled

In your mercy, Lord, you called me, taught my sin-filled heart and mind, 612

sinful

Accept our sinful hearts, O Lord, 68

alleluia! Hear the sinful cry to you from day to day., 373

Do not regard my sinful deeds. Send me the grace my spirit needs, 761

Father, now your sinful child through your love is reconciled., 779

In all their days their hearts secure from sinful snares, we pray., 409

It then reveals God's boundless grace, which justifies our sinful race, 509

my sinful self my only shame, my glory all, your cross., 329

O may your mighty love prevail our sinful souls to spare, 374

Slain to redeem us by his blood, to cleanse from ev'ry sinful stain, 469

who sinful hearts did bring to heed your invitation., 488

you came to make your dwelling in sinful hearts to stay., 484

You have promised to receive us, poor and sinful though we be, 731

Your love, O Lord, our sinful race has not returned, but falsified, 339