Acts 22:3 “The Hand of God” at the top of the window represents God’s Providence. It shines light and blesses the symbols that depict St. Paul’s heritage. The fish, right below the Hand of God, represents Paul’s faith in Jesus. Paul acknowledges that Jesus Christ is God’s son and humanity’s savior.The Star of David and a lamp lie below the fish. These reflect the influences of Hebrew, Greek and Roman cultures on Paul’s ministry. At the very bottom of the window, the knife and stars symbolize God’s covenant with Abraham. The Church exists to declare that God works for good in all things. Divine providence is the invisible hand of God working wonders behind the scenes for the good of all. Paul believed that his personal background and upbringing prepared him for his important mission to spread the message of Christ.