A British Sign Language (BSL) interpretation of Author of Salvation. A phrase found in the Bible, in passages such as Hebrews 2:5-18, Hebrews 5:9, and in songs such as Hillsong’s Mighty to Save written by Ben Fielding and Reuben Morgan
A British Sign Language (BSL) translation of Blood of Christ. The literal blood that Jesus shed on the cross; wine drunk at Holy Communion/the Eucharist to represent Jesus’ sacrifice; Jesus’ death, that offers salvation to humankind.
A British Sign Language (BSL) translation of Born again. Often used to describe the experience of becoming a committed Christian. A phrase found in John 3:3, John 3:7, 1 Peter 1:3, and 1 Peter 1:23 in some Bible translations.
A British Sign Language (BSL) translation of Bread of Life. Jesus used the term Bread of Life to describe himself (John 6:35) sometimes used to describe the bread in a Holy Communion service.
A British Sign Language (BSL) translation of Cast lots / Casting lots. A method of selecting a person; making a decision or discerning the will of God. Small objects, such as stones with markings on them, may have were throw (cast) into a small area with the result being interpreted, or each person choosing one, to determine an outcome.
A British Sign Language (BSL) translation of Crown of Thorns. Boughs from a long thorned bush, twisted into a garland and placed on Jesus’ head before he was led away to be crucified.
A British Sign Language (BSL) interpretation for Hardened Heart. Obstinate turning away from God; lack of compassion or care about other people’s needs.
Bible references include: Hebrews 3:7-11, 1 Samuel 6:6, 2 Chronicles 36:13, Mark 6:52, Mark 8:17, and Exodus 7:13
A British Sign Language (BSL) translation of Itching Ears. A descriptive term for someone who seeks out opinions, teachings and messages that corroborate their own and that condone their decisions and lifestyle.
A British Sign Language (BSL) translation of Jesus died, and rose again. In the translation of Rose Again the word AGAIN isn’t signed; signing the word AGAIN in BSL in this context would erroneously indicate that Jesus was resurrected more than once.
Bible references include: 1 Thessalonians 4:14