Psalm 23
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Often known as the "Shepherd's Psalm," there are many symbols of Psalm 23 in this window.  The lamb is made to "lie down in green pastures, beside the still waters". The valley of the shadow of death is represented by crosses.  The shepherd's rod and staff are shown, as is the table "prepared in the presence of my enemies".  The cup overflows.  The church  represents the house of the LORD,  where the writer states with confidence he will dwell forever.  At the bottom of the window are a harp and crown, representing King David, the author of the Psalm.