Canterbury Cathedral, shortly after 1174, this window was part of the early restoration after the fire.
A psalm for David himself. Douay Rheims.
Mercy and judgment I will sing to thee, O Lord: I will sing,
2 and I will understand in the unspotted way, when thou shalt come to me. I walked in the innocence of my heart, in the midst of my house.
3 I did not set before my eyes any unjust thing: I hated the workers of iniquities.
4 The perverse heart did not cleave to me: and the malignant, that turned aside from me, I would not know.
5 The man that in private detracted his neighbour, him did I persecute. With him that had a proud eye, and an unsatiable heart, I would not eat.
6 My eyes were upon the faithful of the earth, to sit with me: the man that walked in the perfect way, he served me.
7 He that worketh pride shall not dwell in the midst of my house: he that speaketh unjust things did not prosper before my eyes.
8 In the morning I put to death all the wicked of the land: that I might cut off all the workers of iniquity from the city of the Lord.
David in a Medieval manuscript of the Psalms.
And a Victorian interpretation by Edward Burne-Jones, 1863.