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Gospel According to Matthew
written in American Sign Language (ASL)


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Matthew Ch 1

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Matthew Ch 8

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Matthew Ch 22

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Matthew Ch 9

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Matthew Ch 23

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Matthew Ch 10

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Matthew Ch 24

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Matthew Ch 11

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Matthew Ch 25

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Matthew Ch 12

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Matthew Ch 26

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Matthew Ch 13

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Matthew Ch 28

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Gospel According to Matthew
NLT-to-ASL Translation


Translated from the English
New Living Translation (NLT) Bible
into American Sign Language (ASL)
by Nancy Romero

With permission to translate
from the
New Living Translation (NLT)
by Tyndale House Publishers



Written using the International
SignWriting Alphabet (ISWA 2008)

by Valerie Sutton

Prepared using SignPuddle Software
by Stephen Slevinski


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Questions? Write to:

Sutton@SignWriting.org



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About The
SignWriting Bible Books Project

Sign languages are rich languages with sophisticated grammars and large vocabularies. There are hundreds of sign languages in the world, and all of them can be written with the SignWriting script, since SignWriting writes body movement.

American Sign Language (ASL) is one of the most used languages in the United States and English-speaking Canada.

Nancy Romero, an ASL interpreter and skilled SignWriter, has taken on the large task of translating the entire New Testament into ASL, based on the New Living Translation (NLT). The complete Gospel According to John, Gospel According to Matthew, and the Book of Romans are already written in ASL and available online. With funding, books will be printed and donated to Deaf congregations.

The Center for Sutton Movement Writing is a 501c3 educational non-profit organization that is sponsoring the SignWriting Bible Books project.


Nancy Romero

Above: Nancy Romero, ASL translator, interpreter and signwriter.

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Valerie Sutton
Sutton@SignWriting.org

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