The king and his troops marched on Jerusalem against the Jebusites, who inhabited the territory. The Jebusites said to David, "You'll never get us in here! Even the blind and the lame will beat you back!""David will never enter here," they said to each other.
But David did capture the fortress of Zion—which became David's City.
"On that day," David said, "whoever attacks the Jebusites should strike the windpipe because David hates the lame and the blind." That is why people say, "The blind and the lame will not enter the temple."
David occupied the fortress, so it was renamed David's City. David built a city around it from the earthen terraces inward.
David grew increasingly powerful, and the LORD of heavenly forces was with him.