David’s Temple or Solomon’s Temple?

One agency invested in a city: did social service, distributed literature, prayed, fasted, and proclaimed the gospel. The organization after twenty years decided to withdraw, as there was no apparent fruit for their labor of two decades. After a short period, another agency started working there. Within a few months, a church with over two-hundred people was established. Who should get the credit? The magnificent Temple in Jerusalem was always known as Solomon’s Temple. Should David also get credit?
Land purchased: David refused to accept the land as a donation, but purchased it from Araunah the Jebusite. (II Samuel 24:1-25)
Construction Plan: David made elaborate building plan and plans for other buildings that would be in the Temple complex. “David gave Solomon his son the plan of the vestibule of the temple, and its houses, its treasuries, its upper rooms, and its inner chambers, and the room for the mercy seat; and the plan of all that he had in mind for the courts of the house of the Lord, all the surrounding chambers, the treasuries of the house of God, and the treasuries for dedicated gifts. (I Chronicles 28:11-12)
Materials: David gathered the materials for the temple. 100,000 talents of gold, a million talents of silver, and bronze and iron beyond weighing, timber and stone. (I Chronicles 22:14)
Human Resources: David also mobilized human resources. He gathered the resident aliens or immigrants or slaves. There was provision for ‘an abundance of workmen: stonecutters, masons, carpenters, and all kinds of craftsmen without number, skilled in working gold, silver, bronze, and iron.’ (I Chronicles 22:2, 15-16)
Temple artifacts: King David also prepared other materials required inside the Temple. The lamps, the table for Showbread…etc.
An environment of Peace: David won the peace with surrounding nations that Israel needed to build the temple.
Administration: · David organized the Priests, Levites, Worship discipline, singers, and musicians. He prepared a roster for the service of each aspect (team) for each month.
Charles Wesley said: “God buries his workman and continues with his work.”
Am I credit-conscious or Kingdom-conscious?