Luke 4:18 The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised...

Friday, July 21, 2017

A Memorable Day in History

Transcribed and edited from:
Video April, 11, 2011

Doyle: We have a video that was put up last night, it's about an hour, that was filmed November 23rd, 2008, is that right?

Candace: Yes.

Doyle: It was a Sunday morning, first hour and something happened, it was totally unexpected. I didn't have any idea what was about to take place; nor did I know the purposes, what God was doing, nor did I know that within 60 days, Terry Mai would be with the Lord. We had no clue.

Kathy Mai: No we didn't.

Doyle: None. Do you want to talk about what took place, you wrote about it, would you tell us?

Candace: Sure. The first broadcast, Doyle opened the program as he normally did with prayer at that time and when he started praying he began to just, "Thank God", give thanks to the Father and "Praise God" and that went on for just a few minutes and then he said, "You all join me", and all of us began to join along with him, praising and worshipping the Father, just giving thanks to God and within just a few more minutes, maybe three minutes or so, he got my mom's attention over here and she came up and he said, "Get you a group of dancers and lead them." And so she got me and a couple others and we got out on the dance floor and started dancing and worshipping and God and just thanking God, praising God, and it wasn't two minutes or so he said "Candace." well I didn't hear him the first go-around, and I went back around and looked up to him and he said "Candace come here." I came up to him and he said, “Can you play something on the piano?” And no reservation whatsoever, no forethought, “Oh ya!” So I walked over to the piano and set down and thought, “Oh, what am I going to play?” Well, I just put my hands on the piano and began playing, just trusting God that whatever he wanted will come out of my heart and that’s what you saw, or what you will see if you haven’t seen it, since that time. I started playing as everybody else was thanking God, praising the Father and within a few more minutes he turned to the other musicians, Evan Small on the drums, David Brown on the base and Rachel my youngest sister and Linda Stiles on the trumpets and asked them if they could join me and everybody just jumped at the chase and said, “Here we go!” and they did and it was a blessing, it was beautiful, [Doyle and Kathy: Amen], the worship was beautiful, and we continued for about twenty to twenty-five minutes and everyone was in here thanking God, praising God, just thanking the Lord and all of a sudden, “We Exalt Thee,” just kept coming up in my heart, well it was right, I went straight into it and the musicians grasped onto it and we all flowed and the congregation caught on and they started worshipping and singing that song and we got through the verse, most of you that know the song “For Thou, O Lord, art high above all the earth, Thou art exalted far above all gods,” and we got to the end of that verse and Pop had looked at Dad and directed him “Go on up there,” and he came up on this stage and right when we hit, “We exalt thee,” he boomed out, I mean he wailed and with so much strength. You know his voice, you know the anointing that’s there, you know the power that’s there and he pushed it on through and we kept going with “We Exalt Thee,” the dancers kept going, the group that Mom had picked in the beginning was continuing to go on, we went through and sang, “No Other Name” after that, and then we went in to “I Give Thanks” and they switched a couple dancers off and then Pop stopped us and he said, “They that are led by the Spirit of God are the sons of God,” and he repeated that and he said, “You know we don’t do just what we want to do or what we think is right” and he wasn’t going to apologize for what happened, he knew that this was God, and it was. It was a powerful demonstration of the Spirit and power of God at work and a move of the Spirit in this place and it was absolutely beautiful.

And then once he spoke, he spoke around eight minutes or so, we ended the service with Glorify Thy Name with Dad leading us and we just all sat and worshipped God and that was it.

Doyle: Am I correct, that was the last time?

Candace: That morning he led worship, and then the second hour he led worship and then as far as using a microphone, he wasn’t up here anymore using a mic; on his Tuesday broadcast he was up here with me singing for another couple weeks.

But, we obviously had a different direction; you said, “You know you musicians,” us piano players, lead it off and we started doing that and then you know, two months later everything changed.

Doyle: He went to heaven.

Candace: Yes.

Doyle: With a shout.

Candace: Yes, with a shout.

Doyle: With a voice of triumph.

Candace: You see the strength that was in him.

Well we want you to see now… where Terry came up first; I tell you, I hadn’t heard it for 2-1/2 years, until Friday morning when you had it on the compute, it went—BOOM, just like he did. We’re going to share this moment with you, a moment in history, a momentous time, one of great consequence because God was bringing the level of Spirit up in this ministry and bringing Terry to heaven and establishing the dancing and the worship and the praise and Water of Life Boys and the Mai Girls, they were coming forth and God knew it, so we want to share two or three minutes…

You can watch the video of this testimony from April 9th, 2011 below:

Below is the full program from November 23rd, 2008:

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Thursday, July 20, 2017

The Warring Angel Visits Again

Transcribed and edited from:
Thursday July 20, 2017 11:00 AM Livestream Broadcast

Hello, I’m Doyle Davidson, servant and apostle of the Lord Jesus Christ ministering locally to the body of Christ in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, sent by God to your house to declare unto you the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.

1 Corinthians 15:3-4 tell us what the gospel is, how that Jesus Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures, he was buried, he rose again the third day, according to the scripture.

The Spirit of the Lord is upon me because he has anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor, sent me to heal the broken hearted, preach deliverance to the captives, recovering of sight to the blind, set at liberty them that are bruised.

The word is nigh thee, even in your heart and in your mouth, that is the word of faith which I preach, if you will confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that he was raised from the dead you shall be saved, for with the heart man believeth unto righteousness, with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.

I’m not ashamed of the gospel of Christ for it is the power of God unto salvation, to everyone that believeth, to the Jew first and also to the Greek, therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith, as it is written, the just shall live by his faith.

I want to welcome everyone receiving this on Livestream, Roku, Apple TV, YouTube, other devices. Kathie Davidson, my co-host seated at my left, good morning. [Kathie: Good morning.]

Are we ready for songs? [Kathie: We are ready.] Let’s go to them:

Terry Mai with Water of Life Boys (recorded songs):
“I Am”
“There Stood a Lamb”
“Only The Redeemed”
“I Saw The Lord”
"It Is Finished"
“Rise Again”

The Mai Girls (recorded songs):
“To Him Who Sits On The Throne”
“Come Now Is The Time”
“Here I Am To Worship”

Glory! ...Well look, something meaningful just happened.

First of all, for the past two nights I slept little, praying all night about the same things, and I’m encouraged. I believe these songs that I have together, were put together by the Lord for this program. [Kathie: Amen.] Follow me? Well, I saw a strong angel dressed in armor, full armor; I’ve seen him twice before. I want this transcribed, this program and my comments, I believe the Lord is speaking, “You’ve got together the fighting saints and angels led by the, (I guess,) the one I see.” I’ve seen him three times, I just said that, that’s meaningful to me. You can tell he’s a warrior, he’s dressed for war. God is encouraging me, “You are fighting alright, the good fight of faith.”

Now the first time I saw this angel was, Terre Brown and I went to the post office and she went in to get the mail and this angel appeared to me. [November 14, 2016] I saw him a second time, it was at the house, if I’m not mistaken, we were seated at the kitchen table, [November 24], it was in the afternoon after I had a night vision, that you were John D’s mother [November 3, 2016]. Let me tell you why I’m fired up. We’ve got the team to fight this fight, to win the souls. [Kathie: Amen.] Appointed weeks of the harvest, “...those that are wise...” read that:

Daniel 12:

And they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever.

David Kaspareit was telling me this morning he’d had that verse in his heart for years. Well, me too, and the appointed weeks for the harvest. [Kathie: Amen.] The greatest work for this ministry is ahead of us. [Kathie: Amen, I believe that, I absolutely believe that.]

Right. But oh, when you see this mighty angel, strong angel, rugged looking, a warrior. Oh! You oughta’ see him look at me like, “I’m ready, I’m a fighting warrior.” Glory! You think that doesn’t encourage me?” [Kathie: Oh ya.] I guess you can tell, can’t you.? [Kathie: Amen.] You and I and David were talking this morning about the greatest time for this ministry is ahead of us. [Kathie: Amen] Well, Sunday, July 23rd I go off of television—twenty-six years of television. I went on television when I was fifty-two, fifty-two years old. This ministry started when I was forty-eight, God started it. I was fifty-two when I went on TV and I was on twenty-six years. I went on in 1984 and in 2009 I went off when Terry Mai went to heaven, off of TV. Two years ago, I was 83, I went on television two more years, World Harvest Television for twenty-seven months. They thought I was finished, they hoped I was gone, but I came back and was on DirecTV two hours on Sunday for twenty-seven months. I started that when I was eighty-three and now I’m eighty-five.

I told you this morning God was showing me I had some age or something in my soul and he was removing it.

Kathie: Can I share something that happened about ten minutes ago?


Kathie: I was praying with all had in me, I was in my heart considering something completely different. The Spirit of God was in my spirit and he was talking, and all of a sudden he said to me, “Decrepit,” I said, “Decrepit?!” and I didn’t understand and he said, “Jesus died decrepit, there will be no decrepit people in the gospel.” He said, “Moses’ natural forces never abated and that’s the old covenant,” he said, “In the new covenant there is no decrepitcy.” He said, “Jesus carried it.” I didn’t see that; the chastisement of our peace was upon him and that includes our health and our age and everything that has to do with that. That’s why your friend Pete is feeling so much better.

Doyle: Well, I’m going to say something: if it’s God’s will, I would like for the leaders of this ministry see this angel. [Kathie: Amen.] If it’s God’s will, I don’t try to move him, but oh he inspires me like, “Come on! We’ve got an angel and God’s angels.” And who are they fighting? The devil’s angels, in the heavenlies!

Kathie: You know Daniel had an angel, his name was Michael.

Doyle: Right, right, Michael, then Gabriel helped, right?

Kathie: Right. Michael was the angel over all the armies.

Doyle: Well, I could set here and show my excitement for a long time, but I think we’ll quit, but oh was I inspired, “What? I know you!”

God bless you!

Referenced Links (Visions of angels):

September 30, 2016 “Something good is going to happen to you”:

October 1, 2016 An angel visited me, convinced me I was of the Tribe of Joseph:

November 14, 2016 A vision of a “warrior” angel when Terre and I were at the post office:

November 24, 2016 While sitting at my kitchen table with Kathie D I saw the same angel that I saw at the post office:

Transcript of the audio of the “Warring Angel”:

You can watch the whole program below:

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Tuesday, July 18, 2017


April 30, 2015
November 22nd, 2015
May 6th, 2016
November 5, 2016
November 29, 2016
January 15, 2017
April 3, 2017
Prophecy to Steddie and Susan Muserera - April 9, 2017
May 22, 2017
May 26, 2017
May 27, 2017
July 12, 2017

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Interpretation of Tongues

July 19th, 2009
March 22nd, 2014
June 18th, 2014
November 30th, 2015
December 25th, 2015
January 3rd, 2016
January 30th, 2016
April 13th, 2016
April 20th, 2016
April 24th, 2016
April 25th, 2016
May 14th, 2016
May 15th, 2016
May 16th, 2016
August 3rd, 2016
October 17, 2016 (1)
October 17, 2016 (2)
November 5, 2016 (1)
November 5, 2016 (2)
December 9, 2016
December 20, 2016
December 29, 2016
January 20, 2017
February 2, 2017
February 18, 2017
February 21, 2017
February 26, 2017
March 1, 2017
March 8, 2017
March 22, 2017
March 28, 2017
April 15, 2017
April 30, 2017
May 19, 2017
June 19, 2017
July 2, 2017
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The Ancestry of Doyle Davidson

June 2008 during a Sunday morning Live Stream broadcast Doyle said, “God sent my ancestors to this country so I could preach the gospel.” He knew God was talking to him for he had never entertained such a thought. One of his aunts had done some research of the Davidson family and a cousin on the Miller side had researched the Miller line, especially their military history. “Frankly” Doyle said, “I was never very interested in learning about those people—I was busy living, making my mark on the world and believe me,” he says, “I had a lot of ambition.” God began leading him and others to research their ancestors and the information God has been revealing has continued to confirm those words spoken in June 2008.

According to research, the Davidson’s initially settled in Virginia in the 1600’s and from that time continued to push westward as did all his ancestors in an extensive family tree. It seems that so many of the families that formed communities which are reflected in old tithe and tax records and the early census’ made decisions to migrate together because the same names would again be found, recorded in the census books, living next to each other in the new county or state.

Information compiled by a family member states that Golden Davidson was a native of Virginia and his wife Sarah (possibly Wallace) was also born in Virginia. The family moved to Big Valley in east Tennessee about 1807 and later moved to Alabama about 1815. About ten years later, they headed north to Morgan County, Illinois in 1828, eventually locating near Quincy, Illinois in 1833. They are both buried about five miles north of the town that was there at that time.

Joshua Davidson, Golden’s son, was born in Virginia in 1792 moving with his family to Tennessee where he married Elizabeth Sharpe who was a native of North Carolina and daughter of Henry and Elizabeth (Mosier) Sharpe. Joshua and Elizabeth were married in Claiborne County, Tennessee. They lived in Alabama for a time, but eventually followed Golden north to Illinois where they are both buried in Macoupin County, Illinois.

Joshua’s son and Doyle’s great grandfather, James Madison Davidson was born in 1834 in Macoupin County, Illinois and married Louisa Mariah Norvell in 1858 in the same county. They moved to Jasper County, Missouri, being listed in Sarcoxie in the1870 Federal Census. Their son, Luther Albert Davidson was born in Sarcoxie, Jasper County, Missouri and married Georgia Long in Sarcoxie, Missouri.

The Sharpe family came to Tennessee from Pennsylvania in the early 1700’s and Henry Sharp (Sr.) and brothers and sons established Sharpe’s Station (in Union County) and according to historians, it was one of the first two settlements west of the Appalachian Mountains. Henry Sharpe (Henry Sr.) married Barbara Graves and her family also migrated from Pennsylvania to Tennessee. It is believed Henry Sr. moved to Preble County, Ohio and is buried there. His wife Barbara is listed as buried in Union County, Tennessee. Barbara’s parents are buried in Union County, Tennessee also. Henry and Barbara’s son, Henry Sharpe, Jr. and his wife Elizabeth remained in Tennessee at Sharp’s Station and are both buried there in Union County.

James Norvell, father of Louisa, was born in Sumner County, Tennessee in1804 and died in Modesto, Macoupin County, Ilinois where he is buried. He married Lavinia Elizabeth Harris in 1834 and Louisa their daughter was born in Illinois in 1839.

The Norvell family also settled in Virginia, it appears as early as 1635. They remained in Virginia, moving a number of times throughout the years until they migrated to Sumner County, Tennessee by at least 1803. William Norvell, James’ grandfather is buried in Sumner County. William Jr. married Mary Payne in Virginia, before the families moved to Tennessee. At least two of their children (including James) were born in Tennessee and they may have lived in Alabama for a time before moving to Illinois in 1828, according to Norvell family histories. Mary Payne’s family also came to Tennessee about the time the Norvells arrived in the state. Mary’s father, John Payne is also buried in Sumner County, Tennessee.

Georgia (Long) Davidson’s parents were Jefferson and Margaret (Whitaker) Long. Jefferson’s father, James Long was born in Tennessee, according to Federal Census records and married Sarah Greenwood, who was also born in Tennessee. The Greenwood family is also traced back to Virginia, information available reflects the family settled there in the late 1600s. James and Sarah were married in Illinois and James is buried there. At this time it is unknown if Sarah was buried in Illinois.

Margaret (Whitaker) Long was born in Tennessee. Her father, Thomas Whitaker was born in North Carolina but moved to Tennessee as a child. He married Mary Peery in 1836 in Maury County, Tennessee and they moved to Jasper County, Missouri in 1855 and six months later in 1856 Thomas died from a spinal infection or affliction of some sort. Both Thomas and Mary are buried in Reeds, Missouri. Mary( Peery) was born in Hickman County, Tennessee. Mary’s parents were John and Rebecca (Dickey) Peery.

Thomas Whitaker’s parents were Jacob and Mary “Polly” (Reading) Whitaker who were both born in North Carolina and were married there. It appears all their children were also born in North Carolina therefore it seems it was during their later years they moved to Tennessee where they are both buried in Maury County. Thomas and Mary’s daughter Susan wrote: “My father’s mother, Polly Redder [Mary “Polly” Reading] who had the Indian blood moved to Murray [Maury] County, Tenn. from North Carolina and died there.” She also wrote about her maternal grandmother: “I saw my mother's mother [Rebecca (Dickey) Peery] who was the Indian. She lived in Murray [Maury] County, Tenn.” Available information lists both John and Rebecca Peery are buried in Maury County, Tennessee.

Susan Whitaker Stevens’, (sister to Margaret (Whitaker) Long) writings were posted on a memorial in Find a Grave, stating that she was of Cherokee heritage:

"I am 58 years of age; was born in Murray County, Tenn. I claim Cherokee Indian blood through my father and mother. I have been taught all my life that I had Cherokee blood. My father was born in North Carolina and my mother in Hickman County, Tenn. I never saw my father's parents. I saw my mother's mother [Rebecca Peery] who was the Indian. She lived in Murray County, Tenn. My father's mother, Poly Redder [Mary "Polly" Reading - wife of Jacob J. Whitaker] who had the Indian blood moved to Murray County, Tenn., from North Carolina and died there. My father [Thomas Whitaker] moved to Missouri in 1855 and died in 1856. My father nor mother never received any Indian money from the government. I have never gotten any Indian money from the government, never tried to get any before this time. I never got an allotment from the Dawes Commission." - Susan Whitaker Stevens [daughter of Mary (Peery) Whitaker].

During the process of researching, Doyle received records that had been hand copied from a Whitaker family bible, by his aunt, Neva Davidson Dodson. When Neva was twelve, she went with her grandmother, Margaret (Whitaker) Long-Renfro to visit John A. Whitaker and copied the family genealogy and signed her name. [See attached photo.] The note was recopied in 1947. Her handwritten record confirms and substantiates information from other sources including the source note written by Susan Whitaker Stevens.

Research also revealed that the Millers can be traced back to Rhode Island, where it was discovered that a number of founders of the state of Rhode Island are ancestors of Doyle Davidson and David Kaspareit. These men and their families arrived in America about 1636, having left their homes and possessions to come to a country where they could escape religious persecution and obey the doctrine of the Lord Jesus as they understood it.

Stukely Westcott, Ezekiel Holliman, John Warner and Samuel Gorton are ancestors that both Doyle and David share. Plus others of this group, Obadiah Holmes, John Crandall, Chad Brown and William Wickendon are also David’s ancestors. Gorton came to Boston from England, and in his own writings he stated: "I left my native country to enjoy the liberty of conscience in respect to faith towards God, and no other end."

David Kaspareit learned in his research of his ancestors that he was descended from sixteen Mayflower passengers, two of those have been documented and accepted by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants: Captain Miles Standish and John Howland. Sadie Peters has also joined the Society, proving her lineage to William Bradford. Kathie Davidson and others are also proving their lineage to the Mayflower. In the process we have learned the Pilgrims or Separatists, as they called themselves had with much difficulty left England to settle in Leiden, Holland to escape the persecution from the Church of England. Holland was a much more religiously tolerant place. The Separatists did not accept the king of England as head of the church, nor “all the popery” and they did not believe it was possible to remain and stay true to their beliefs. Because of the influence of Dutch society on their children and the tremendous harshness of life in the Netherlands, they again left all that was familiar and sailed to America, landing at Plymouth in 1620. Out of 102 passengers, nearly half of them died the first winter.

By the 1630s, the Puritans began arriving in America and one of the largest groups was led by John Winthrop on the Arabella along with eleven other ships. The Puritans are often confused with the Pilgrims or Separatists who came on the Mayflower. Puritans wanted to remain with the Church of England and change it from within. William Bradford, Governor of Plymouth wrote, “It was the Puritan's aim to reconstruct and purify not only the church, but individual conduct and all the institutions men live by.” What seems most amazing, they left England seeking religious liberty, and upon arriving in Massachusetts, immediately set up a new church government as strict and severe as in England The Pilgrims at Plymouth, who practiced a greater liberty were soon overwhelmed by the influence of the Puritans and by the time Roger Williams, Samuel Gorton and the others arrived in New England, they found the liberty they sought wasn’t here, the liberty practiced was only liberty for the ruling magistrates and not for their fellow Christians. Samuel Gorton wrote: "I left my native country to enjoy the liberty of conscience in respect to faith towards God, and no other end."

The majority of those that eventually founded the area of Rhode Island separated from Massachusetts Colony, either voluntarily or by banishment because of the doctrine they practiced and their commitment to liberty for all men. They believed in baptism by immersion for believers, those who confessed Jesus and rejected infant baptism. This belief was complete heresy to those of Puritan beliefs.

Samuel Gorton, Stukely Westcott, Ezekiel Holliman, John Warner and others, initially joined with Roger Williams, founder of Providence Plantation and also established what became known as the Six-Principle Church, established on Hebrews 6:

1) Therefore leaving the principles of the doctrine of Christ, let us go on unto perfection; not laying again the foundation of repentance from dead works, and of faith toward God,

2) Of the doctrine of baptisms, and of laying on of hands, and of resurrection of the dead, and of eternal judgment.

They formed friendships with the Indians of the area, purchasing land from them rather than taking it by force. There continued to be continual strife and harassment both within the communities and without. The Puritans of Massachusetts Bay Colony were determined to stamp out what they considered heretical doctrine and they continued to pursue all those who disagreed with them. Samuel Gorton, Roger Williams, John Clark and others did not believe the government could dictate the conscience of men; civil authority had to be separate from the church.

Many of these men were arrested, beaten and jailed numerous times and it didn’t seem to matter how many miles they put between themselves and the Massachusetts Bay Colony’s legal jurisdiction, the harassment never ended. Their livestock were confiscated, their homes burned and it finally came to a place where a number of them were arrested and convicted—though the final charge was heresy. They were actually sentenced to death, but there was such a public outcry that they ended up being sentenced to hard labor. One man died from the hardship, the others were eventually released, but only because the authorities were forced to concede to public opinion. They were threatened with death if they ever returned but that meant no matter where they went because the ruling government of Massachusetts was determined not only to completely eradicate what they considered heretical doctrine, but they saw the wealth of that area and thought nothing could stop them from claiming it for Massachusetts.

Samuel and his colleagues were welcomed back to Shawomet by their Indian friends with great rejoicing. Gorton was a brilliant and well educated man, though self-taught and he had brought an extensive library with him from England. He knew English law better than any who were trained as lawyers. He and the others knew they would never be able to live peaceably without a charter from England and Samuel Gorton, John Green and Randal Holden, sailed to England to make their case. Samuel Gorton returned to New England four years later with a charter for Shawomet in hand and in honor of the Earl of Warwick, he changed the name of the settlement to Warwick. Roger Williams had earlier secured a charter for Providence Plantation which included Providence, Portsmouth and Newport. The odds that they could thwart the plan of larger Massachusetts Bay Colony, highly favored in England, seemed impossible, but the little group believed their cause was just and God surely upheld them and delivered their oppressors into their hand.

This group of men in Rhode Island were advocates of religious freedom and the separation of church and state. One historian is quoted as saying that the government that had originally been formed on Aquidneck Island by Gorton and associates at Portsmouth, “operated like leaven in diffusing itself through the minds of the masses and formed the nucleus out of which sprang the Declaration of Independence.” Samuel Gorton was a leader, not only in civil affairs, but also in spiritual matters—he was a student of the bible and one cannot read about his life and not consider that God had raised him up for that hour. History has recorded: but for the tenacity and perseverance of this group of men, in the face of tremendous persecution, our government and nation might look very different.

In June 2008, when Doyle spoke those words, “God sent my ancestors to America so I could preach the gospel,” Soon after that, the Spirit of God also ministered out of Kathie’s heart, Mathew 21:

“Therefore say I unto you, The kingdom of God shall be taken from you, and given to a nation bringing forth the fruits thereof.”

God took the kingdom of God from Israel and gave it to the Body of Christ in America and His purpose for this nation is to minister the gospel to the world according to Mathew 24:

14) “And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.”

For more than thirty years Doyle has proclaimed publicly on radio, television, satellite, and short-wave radio throughout the world that the gospel is Jesus died, He was buried, and He rose again the third day—that is the gospel.

Kathryn Currier
Researcher/writer/publisher @ Water of Life Ministries

Sources: The Life and Times of Samuel Gorton by Adelos Gorton; Neva Davidson Dodson family history.

Excerpt from Neva Davidson's records

Thomas and Mary Whitaker's Gravestone

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Sunday, July 16, 2017

Interpretation of Tongue - July 16, 2017

Transcribed from:
Audio immediately following Sunday 10:00 AM Livestream Broadcast

Interpretation (Tongue given by Kathie Davidson):
Kathie Davidson:

Where you gonna’ go? Where are you going to go?! My words are words of eternal life and your life, your eternal life begins the moment you are born again. You are in your eternal life, where are you going to go? My words are eternal life, humble yourself and let me deal with you. I have never lost one yet. I have never lost any, only one and he is the son of perdition and it was made to be so. I have never lost one. Where are you gonna’ go? Humble yourself and let me deal with you, let me walk the walk, let me lead you in the walk I have prepared for you and when you do then I will bring you into the place that I have prepared for you and it is much, much more than you could have ever imagined.

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Thy Servant’s House

2 Samuel 7:

1 And it came to pass, when the king sat in his house, and the Lord had given him rest round about from all his enemies;

2 That the king said unto Nathan the prophet, See now, I dwell in an house of cedar, but the ark of God dwelleth within curtains.

3 And Nathan said to the king, Go, do all that is in thine heart; for the Lord is with thee.

4 And it came to pass that night, that the word of the Lord came unto Nathan, saying,

5 Go and tell my servant David, Thus saith the Lord, Shalt thou build me an house for me to dwell in?

8 Now therefore so shalt thou say unto my servant David, Thus saith the Lord of hosts, I took thee from the sheepcote, from following the sheep, to be ruler over my people, over Israel:

In 1970 God took me out of my veterinary practice, took me out from following the horses and said, “Obey me,” and in 1974 God anointed me to preach the gospel in Jerusalem at the Garden Tomb.

9 And I was with thee whithersoever thou wentest, and have cut off all thine enemies out of thy sight, and have made thee a great name, like unto the name of the great men that are in the earth.

God has been with me all these years, he has never let my foot slip and he has taken my enemies out of my sight.

11 And as since the time that I commanded judges to be over my people Israel, and have caused thee to rest from all thine enemies. Also the Lord telleth thee that he will make thee an house.

15 But my mercy shall not depart away from him, as I took it from Saul, whom I put away before thee.

God told me in 1986, “Because you have obeyed me, my mercy will never depart from your house.”

16 And thine house and thy kingdom shall be established for ever before thee: thy throne shall be established for ever.

17 According to all these words, and according to all this vision, so did Nathan speak unto David.

18 Then went king David in, and sat before the Lord, and he said, Who am I, O Lord God? and what is my house, that thou hast brought me hitherto?

19 And this was yet a small thing in thy sight, O Lord God; but thou hast spoken also of thy servant's house for a great while to come. And is this the manner of man, O Lord God?

20 And what can David say more unto thee? for thou, Lord God, knowest thy servant.

I can say the same, the Lord God knows me and I know Jesus and I know my Father, Jehovah.

21 For thy word's sake, and according to thine own heart, hast thou done all these great things, to make thy servant know them.

22 Wherefore thou art great, O Lord God: for there is none like thee, neither is there any God beside thee, according to all that we have heard with our ears.

23 And what one nation in the earth is like thy people, even like Israel, whom God went to redeem for a people to himself, and to make him a name, and to do for you great things and terrible, for thy land, before thy people, which thou redeemedst to thee from Egypt, from the nations and their gods?

24 For thou hast confirmed to thyself thy people Israel to be a people unto thee for ever: and thou, Lord, art become their God.

25 And now, O Lord God, the word that thou hast spoken concerning thy servant, and concerning his house, establish it for ever, and do as thou hast said.

26 And let thy name be magnified for ever, saying, The Lord of hosts is the God over Israel: and let the house of thy servant David be established before thee.

27 For thou, O Lord of hosts, God of Israel, hast revealed to thy servant, saying, I will build thee an house: therefore hath thy servant found in his heart to pray this prayer unto thee.

28 And now, O Lord God, thou art that God, and thy words be true, and thou hast promised this goodness unto thy servant:

29 Therefore now let it please thee to bless the house of thy servant, that it may continue for ever before thee: for thou, O Lord God, hast spoken it: and with thy blessing let the house of thy servant be blessed for ever.

When I was in Argyle in 1975 God ministered 2 Samuel Chapter 7 to me, convinced me, that I like David, had a ministry that endured forever. The words he spoke amazed me. Just as King David said, “Who am I O Lord God?” those were my thoughts, “Who am I Lord?” I prayed verse 25 hundreds of times, assured that what God was saying was, he would do the same for me, build me a house and establish it forever. It was in my heart. Today I am more convinced.

God said to me on May 22nd of this year:

“I’ve chosen you, sent you to the four corners of the earth to deliver my word without spare or fear, saith the Lord of Hosts.”

And on June 19th, he said:

“The time is near, look not right, look not to the left but look straight ahead where the table is set and the time is now; believe the Lord your God and so shall you be established.”

God has built me a house and given me a people; he has chosen me and sent me to the four corners of the earth to deliver his word, the table is set, the time is now.

God bless,
Doyle Davidson,
Servant and apostle of the Lord Jesus Christ

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