In 1970 I sold my veterinary hospital and practice and obeyed God. I spent until May 1977 in the wilderness being trained by God, humbling me, proving me, showing me what was in my heart and whether I would keep his commandments or not. There were seven years of trial and correction.
In May 1977 I started making money again and learned to sow to the Spirit and reap to the Spirit. In 1980 God told me to speak to the people of Plano. Within about three years I was convinced I was a prophet. By 1985 I was convinced I was an apostle. I went on television, Dallas-Ft. Worth, in 1984, and by 1985/86, God had me speaking to the word people/faith people, primarily led by Kenneth Hagin and Kenneth Copeland and my message from God to them was: “They were full of covetousness and idolatry.”
That brought me much pressure, much. The attitude was, “Who does Doyle Davidson think he is?” I heard in the Spirit one night a preacher say, “Oh he’s a fool”. Those days were shaky and I went to my office and set down at my desk with a humble heart and I opened to Psalm 131 and I set at my desk for maybe three or four hours looking at the words of Psalm 131; considered what it said and the words “…neither do I exercise myself in great matters, or in things to high for me.”
I set before the Lord with a humble heart, considering those words and at the end of my considering the words, I was convinced that I was not exercising myself in matters to high for me; that I was speaking the words of Jehovah my Father. From that day on I never thought that I was involved in matters too high for me. That was a decision made by the Father in my heart to convince me of who I was in the Lord and I’ve never doubted since, that I wasn’t God’s servant.
Some need to consider what I am posting and let God give you understanding.
2 Tim 2:
7 Consider what I say; and the Lord give thee understanding in all things.
Servant and apostle of the Lord Jesus Christ