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Sheep and shepherds at the pool of water beneath the rock wall
He restoreth my soul -The Twenty-Third Psalm. Views taken chiefly at the Pastoral Spring of Ain Farah Generally accepted as the scene of the inspiration for this sublime Psalm of Trust by the 'Psalmist of Israel'. Prepared by the American Colony Photo Dept. Jerusalem, Palestine. Copyright the Matson Photo Service, Jerusalem.
The Twenty-Third Psalm. Views taken chiefly at the Pastoral Spring of Ain Farah Generally accepted as the scene of the inspiration for this sublime Psalm of Trust by the 'Psalmist of Israel'. Prepared by the American Colony Photo Dept. Jerusalem, Palestine. Copyright the Matson Photo Service, Jerusalem.
Photograph is in a book with an accompanying text, from the Twenty-third psalm, printed on the preceding interleaf
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