In Psalm 68:26...
David remembers and describes the procession of both God (in the Ark of the Covenant) and worshippers when he brought the Ark of God to the City of David and installed it in the temporary tent that he had constructed for it at Gihon.
It appears that he looks forward to the day when the more permanent temple will stand at the designated and sacred spot—and what signifies that spot?
He writes ‘bless God in the congregations, the Lord, from the ‘fountain of Israel’ and he then goes on to speak of God commanding strength at ‘your temple in Jerusalem.’
It appears clear that the spring or fountain (Hebrew MAQOR) of which he speaks is the only spring in Jerusalem—Gihon—and that the temple was (or was to be) at that site, where its water would represent the life of God—living water—springing up to provide life for his people.
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