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Memory Verse Sign Language:


“Let us stop just saying we love each other; let us really show it by our actions.” 1 John 3:18 (NLV)

LET The fingertips of the hands point down and then move up with a slight forward movement.

US The sign WE is made with a U handshape. That is, the first two fingers move from the right shoulder to the left shoulder.

STOP The edge of one hand comes down on the palm to represent something coming to a quick stop (a chopping sort of motion).

SAYING The index finger of the right hand rolls forth from the mouth to represent the flow of spoken words. 

LOVE The hands hug something over the heart to indicate the concept of love.

EACH OTHER The two A handshapes (fist with thumb up at end of fingers) circle one another to show that they are in close proximity

LET The fingertips of the hands point down and then move up with a slight forward movement.

US The first two fingers move from the right shoulder to the left shoulder.

REALLY The forefinger is upright and moves straight forward from the mouth.

SHOW The tip of the right index finger is placed against the left palm and both are moved outward. The fingertip is pointing to something in the palm which is extended for others to see.

ACTIONS (ACT) The hands swing back and forth to show that they are doing something (acting).


 

Originally posted by Amy Crane

 

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