King David's Jerusalem was part of Prince William's wedding ceremony
King David's Jerusalem was part of Prince William's wedding ceremony

Thank you Prince William for visiting Jerusalem the eternal and undivided Capital of Israël.

Hoping your stay in the Holy Land was pleasant.

In Jerusalem i hope you remembered that at your royal wedding the royal choir sang King David's Psalm 122 .

David is the same king who built Jerusalem some 3000 years ago and made it the eternal capital of Israel.

It is said that the colors of British royalty are sourced in the Tabernacle, the design of which was inspired by the Creator of man, documented by the greatest Prophet Moses, and preserved for posterity in the biblical book of Exodus,  as are the colors of Britain's national flag, the Union Jack.

British royal wedding ceremonies are always associated with Davidic royalty finding its most glorious architecture in Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem.

Though God gifted this process of royal ceremony to the nation of Israel, He gave a special responsibility to the nations of Judah and Ephraim to carry on and to spread the influence of those traditions.

The documented lineage of Queen Elizabeth II proves that the House of Windsor holds to those general traditions to this day.

Take the words, sung by the choir, which accompanied Catherine Middleton as she walked down the aisle.

“Jerusalem is built as a city: that is at unity in itself. O pray for the peace of Jerusalem: they shall prosper that love thee.

"Peace be within thy walls: and tranquillity within thy palaces."


These are words written 3,000 years ago by King David, one of the greatest songwriters of all time, and canonized in the 122nd Psalm.