Photo Friday: Darkness into Light

Israeli worker making neon light in glass factory, 1959

Credit:Fritz Cohen/GPO

“You, LORD, keep my lamp burning;
my God turns my darkness into light.”
(Psalm 18:28)

Taken at the Phoenikia Glass Factory in Jerusalem in 1959, this photograph should light up your Friday. This worker showed true Israeli craftsmanship, lighting up the Holy Land with this neon sign in Hebrew. A true light unto the nations.” Shabbat shalom, friends.

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