Italy’s glassworks hit a snag.
HOT ovens melt glass. Workers in Murano [mer-AH-no], Italy, blow one-of-a-kind glass objects.
Methane gas keeps ovens hot. Gas costs went up in October. Did factories shut down?
Pray: Praise God that He leads us even in hard times.
Read More: People have been blowing glass on the island of Murano near Venice, Italy, for over 1,000 years. Methane gas powers the ovens in the glass factories. It keeps the ovens hot. But the cost of methane was five times higher than normal last fall. Glassblowers’ ovens are never shut down. They must pay high gas prices. Did they have to stop making lovely ornaments and vases? How to blow Murano glass has been passed down from father to son for generations. Deuteronomy 8:2 says, “And you shall remember the whole way that the Lord your God has led you.”