S is for…

Spicy sausages served in sauce are satisfying sustenance.

Sparrows, starlings, sparrowhawks, swifts, swallows and sandpipers soar.

Sexagenarians and septuagenarians sometimes scale Scafell.

Sticks and stones were in a post about speaking terms.

The sum total of syllables in syllabub is three.

Sandcastles, sailing ships, surfers, seagulls, sailboards, saturated swimmers and sunhats are seen at the seaside.  On the foreshore summer visitors use swings and a slide; some consume sandwiches.

Saxifrage, spirea, sunflowers, shamrock, black-eyed Susan, alyssum, and edelweiss spread petals in the sunshine.

Scholars speed to school, satchels slung on.  Scribes practise script on stationery.

Scripture sets out the consequences of sin and speaks about Sadducees, who did not believe in resurrection of the dead.  (That is why they were sad, you see!)

The opening words of a song Moses and the Israelites sang are: “The Lord is my strength and my song; he has become my salvation.”
Exodus 15:2 (NIV)

Jesus came to save us from our sins.  Matthew 1:21