ANGEL Use both flat hands at the shoulder and pretend you rush out shoulder and design its wings.
ANOINT At the fist of your hand facing palms down, use the other hand with thumbs extend out and motion with counter-clockwise circle. Like the fist a head and the other thumb extend out as bottle of oil.
APOSTASY Forefinger point directly to opposite person and the other forefinger point the same way, but then one moves away. Like the sign for “same”, but a forefinger moves away from not moving finger.
APOSTLE Two signs – Sign “Follow” “person” – Flat hands facing sideways, and use the other hand with “a” onto the flat hand starting from top to bottom. Like a commandment in “C”.
BAPTIZED Use both hands in fist with both thumbs extend out. Each thumbs facing up to the sky and move into the “imaginary-water” like you were baptizing or “dunking” a person. Another description from www.valleybible.net: With both "a" hands in front of the body, palms facing each other, dip the hands to the right and then back to the original position. Hint: represents someone being dipped in the water.www.valleybible.net
BEG Flat hand palm face down and the other in clawed motion, but upside down. Almost like “want” in signs, but only one hand above the flat hand.
CALVARY Right hand, sign “C” across left extended arm and transform the “C” into “Hills”
CATHOLIC Forefinger and middle finger together, with that pretend to draw a cross on the forehead.
CELEBRATION Both hands out, show forefingers in crooked manner or pretend you are holding something with both hands. Then rotate both as if you were turning the party toy in circles. Left hand should be rotate counter-clockwise and right clockwise.
CHRISTMAS Hint: Think of showing the inside edge of a wreath. CHRISTMAS: Think of showing an initialized form of the sign "TREE." (No, this sign doesn't mean "Christmas Tree." To indicate a Christmas tree, sign CHRISTMAS + TREETREE OR
COMMANDMENTS This sign can be initialized with an "R" to mean rule, a "P" to mean principle, or a "C" to mean constitution or commandment (as in the ten commandments). A combination of a "C" that changes to an "E" is used to indicate "Code of Ethics."
CONFESS Both hands touch the chest with the flat open hand. They are then swung up and out, ending with both palms facing up in front of the body. Hint: To get something off your chest.
CONFIRMATION Start with the tip of your finger at the lips and move out and away from lips. As you move out, change your hand flat to the other flat hand. As if you were giving a blessing on the head of the person.
COVENANT (AGREE) The index finger of the right "d" hand, palm back, touches the forehead and then the two index fingers, both in the "d' position, palms down are brought together so they are side by side, pointing away from the body. Hint: The sign for Agree.
DEVIL Touch the temple with the thumb of the right "3" hand with palm facing forward. Bend and unbend the index and middle fingers a few times.
DISCIPLE Place both "d" hands to front, left slightly ahead of right. Move them forward, right hand following left. Follow with the person indicator. Hint: Same sign as for follow but with the initialized "d" hands.
DIVINE Similar to the sign “clean” but with the letter “D” in washing motion from fingertip to heel of hand.
DOCTRINE Position both "d" hands at the front and sides of the forehead, then move them forward and back a few times. Hint: Similar to the sign for Teach with the initialization for Doctrine.
DOUBT The right "v" hand faces the nose. The index and middle fingers bend as a cynical expression is assumed. The downturned "s" hands swing alternately up and down.
EARN (DESERVE) Start with the hand in air while your other flat hand stays, then do the same sign as the images below.
EGYPT With the right palm forward, using a "x" hand, place it on the forehead.
EMMANUEL Move the flat right hand in a backward- downward arc toward self with the palm facing left. Both "a" hands come together in front of the body with palms touching. The right index finger touches the right shoulder then moves in a semi circle and touches the left shoulder. Hint: the signs for God, With and Us.
EPISCOPAL Hold the left arm in front of the chest with the palm down and the hand closed. Touch the underside of the left forearm with the right index finger at the wrist; then dip the right index hand before touching the left elbow. Hint: Suggests the enlarged sleeve of a priests robe.
EXCOMMUNICATE Sign “church” and then use left flat hand palms face down and the right hand over the left with its thumbs out to flip out. Kind of like flipping your watch out. Sign almost as in “remove”
EXALT Both bent hands with fingertips facing each other are raised from forehead height to above the head.
EXODUS Two different signs I found on http://www.aslpro.com/cgi-bin/aslpro/aslpro.cgi and http://www.valleybible.net/DeafMinistry/ASL_Dictiona ry/asl_exodus.php http://www.aslpro.com/cgi-bin/aslpro/aslpro.cgi http://www.valleybible.net/DeafMinistry/ASL_Dictiona ry/asl_exodus.php – The right index finger starts between the fingers of the left flat hand with palm facing down. It then moves out from the fingers in a sharp motion. – Sign “Egypt” and then “leave” (in a higher motion to heaven).
FASTING The right "f" fingers move across the lips from left to right.
FATHER (God himself) Same sign as “father” but with both hands together. Hands on top of one another.
FEAR Sources from the web as well, various signs. This one is common one: The other signs, “fear God” are pretending to shield to heaven, as if you try to block you face.
FEAST The right and left hand alternately move toward the mouth. – Similar to this photos, but in a humble way. (It’s the actual sign for food, in a dramatic expressions)
FELLOWSHIP Both "a" hands with thumbs out circle around each other. OR do the same way as above, but wiggle all of your fingers around each other in circle motion. Your fingers are like little people going around each other.
FLESH (BODY) Use both hands flat your palms facing you and start from top below shoulder and move hands out down to your tummy.
FLESH (MEAT) Similar sign for “meat”, then shake your sign.
FLOOD The right "w" hand touches the chin. Both open hands with palms facing down rise from hips to shoulders while puffing out the cheeks.
FORBID With a sharp movement, hit the left open hand, palm facing right with the right “L" hand two times.
FREEWILL (THINK-SELF) Sign “free” and then “willing” but with one hand.
FUNERAL Both "v" hands with fingers pointing up, right hand following left, move them forward with a soft bouncing motion. Hint: Represents people moving forward in a line.
GENTILE(S) This concept refers to someone who is not a member of one's own religion. Typically in the new testament it has been used to refer to "non-Jewish" people. Hindus and Mormons also use this concept to some extent to refer to people not of their faith
ISAIAH Move the right "I" hand palm facing left, from in front of the chest forward in an arc under the down turned left open hand, held in front of the chest. Both open flat hands with palms facing each other move from shoulders to hips. Hint: Same sign as for Prophet but with the "I" initialization.
ISRAEL The right "I" hand brushes down the left side of the chin and then the right side of the chin.
JEHOVAH The word "Jehovah" is signed "JH" in the same area that you would sign "god" - around the forehead or above.
JERUSALEM Make a "j" with the right hand. Make the point of a triangle with both flat hands in front of the chest. Repeat a few times while moving the hands to the right. Hint: sign “J” then to “city”
Manna Both index fingers alternately flick down in front of face. The fingertips of the left hand are drawn down over the back of the right hand several times. sign feast, sky, sprinkle around top to down, jewish and then open mouth to feast.
Millennium After making the "1" hand, the fingertips of the right hand touch the middle of the palm of the left hand. The right "s" hand moves from on top of the left "s" hand, around the left hand, ending back on top of the left "s" hand. Hint: Signs for 1,000 and Year.