From darkness to light: Story of Israeli Messianic artist Shoshana Silver

17 February 2017 Written by  Feb. 17, 2017

Born in New York and raised in Miami with conservative Jewish parents and a religious grandfather, artist Shoshana Silver found her own path to Yeshua in 1978. Her journey exemplifies how the Good Shepherd seeks and saves the lost and those seeking him — even though the person himself doesn’t yet know it.

As an art student in university, Silver applied for further study, but was rejected by seven universities and placed on a waiting list of the eighth one, Albany. A private art teacher of hers, an Albany graduate, intervened and helped her get accepted. It was Silver’s last choice, but she accepted. Little did she know that God had a plan.

“During my studies in Albany I found myself in severe crisis and couldn’t paint at all. I was in pieces, and had no idea what to present for my finals,” she told KNI.

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