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Sunday, July 30, 2017

Engaging a Methodist Spirit of Divination

Transcribed and edited excerpt from:
February 12, 2017 Sunday 6:00 PM Livestream Broadcast

In 1987 God had me prophesy there was coming a great deliverance. In 1988, I believe, I confronted a spirit in a woman with faith. Her grandfather was a Methodist circuit rider. Within moments after challenging that spirit, it shook me violently. Violent shaking, an hour at a time. You’d wonder if you’d ever stop shaking, wake up in the night in bed and be shaking for an hour. I was afraid to drive a car very much, although if it started, normally, I’d get it parked. Three days that thing shook me. I asked God, “Why? Why can this spirit shake me?” He said, “That spirit is a Methodist spirit,” (I didn’t know they had such.) “And you were raised in Methodist doctrine,” (John Wesley Methodist Holiness) and my heart was full of that doctrine and this spirit could get to me, shake me. Three days, I overcame it.

The Davidsons came out of a group of Methodist Episcopal, Northern Methodists, maybe they’re the same, I don’t know. 1892 southeast Kansas a Methodist farmer rancher started that group of people. The Davidsons joined up in the 1900s; my grandfather Luther Albert built the second church that was built by that organization. Redwood Church, Sarcoxie, Missouri, southwest on the Jasper, newton County line.

I’ve gone all these years obeying God, since 1970, then 1980 started here. In 2008 I encountered a spirit that started dimming my eyes, 2009 more, by June 2009, that was the last time I could read with glasses that I seldom wore. Since that time, it has been one thing after another, 2009 through 2012, I could see, but not well enough to drive or anything else. But in 2013 my vision went, when Kathie read Daniel 11:20-28. I said, “My goodness, I think this is the United States of America. It is. Several weeks back I had Kathie D and Terre Brown read some Psalms to me. That went on a few times, and then it just, I don’t why, stopped.

I had in my spirit this week, the one we’re in, [February 12, 2017] was going to be different. I had Kathie D and Terre Brown reading the Psalms to me again; sowing the word in my heart, (parable of the sower, Mark 4, Luke 8, Matthew 13). Oh it’s helping, it’s only been going on two or three days. This afternoon somewhere around 3:00, I had been praying prior to that some powerful prayers and I don’t remember if Terre said, “Would you like for me to read some Psalms?” or if I asked her about reading some Psalms, I think I asked her. She was reading them, I was just sitting there listening, hooking my faith to the words and suddenly I felt the urge, an unction from the Holy One, pray in tongues. I prayed very little, and I saw a spirit, I saw a spirit with my eyes. It was that spirit that shook me in 1988. “Where,” I thought, “has this thing been?” Frankly, I got excited. When Terre she read so many Psalms and when she reads those Psalms, I told her, I want to talk. I told her about this spirit. It’s a divining spirit. I fought it for years, not going to fight it many more, but I’m going to overcome it. No, it doesn’t shake me now, but my shoulders are sore, my fingers, hands, uncomfortable, started January 3, 2017. Glory! I’m pumped up now. I see that spirit. It’s the one I’ve been battling and not knowing what it was, completely.

A couple things I’ve noticed: Let’s put it this way, my mother was raised Baptist, my father Methodist. over the last few years, I’ve watched things, I’m a person that pays attention. I’ve heard Kenneth Hagin talk, I believe he had Baptist mother, a Methodist grandmother or vice versa. You, had some Methodist in you, right? [Kathie: yes I did] Terre Brown grew up Methodist. So you see God sent me to Dallas, Fort Worth and then sent me to speak to the people of Plano. Friends this spirit won’t be hanging around my house very long. It’s everywhere in Methodist churches.

You know God told me in 1987 there was coming a great deliverance. I wrote about it. Well I wonder if we’re not about to see a real breakthrough among some Methodists?

Kathie: I remember when I first came here it seemed like every time you got up to speak, you were after the spirits in Baptists and every time you turned around it looked like you were offending Baptists, but you know what, a whole bunch of Baptists got free of religion. And then when I came to your house, you dealt with the Catholics and a bunch of us that had Catholic in the background got delivered of Catholic doctrine which is not the doctrine in the bible, neither is Baptist, neither is Methodist, neither is any denomination. I remember when you dealt with some of us Methodists. The first devil I ever saw was a devil that I got in church and I saw it come out of me, and once you see it with your eyes and I felt it come out of me, I can’t argue any more that people have devils.

Doyle: Did you know I was certified lay speaker, North Texas Conference, United Methodist Churches, before they would let me in. I had an invite once to Dallas, “You’re invited to come and speak, not because of what you believe, but because you have a doctorate degree.” I laughed. God said, “You’re not going.”

You’re going to watch some divining spirits come out of Methodists, Baptists and everybody else that is close to the power of God.

Kathie: And that is a blessing.

September/October 1971, Hollywood, Florida, on a Thursday afternoon, God told me to pray for revival in North Texas. Well I did, and do.

Kathie: When you first started in this you had a bible study and one day God came to you and said, “You’re a hypocrite.”

Doyle: That he did. I closed my bible study down, too, but not forever.

Kathie: And he gave you the verses:

Matthew 7:
1 Judge not, that ye be not judged.
2 For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.
3 And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?
4 Or how wilt thou say to thy brother, Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye; and, behold, a beam is in thine own eye?
5 Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye.

Kathie: And what did God do with you then?

Doyle: First of all, I couldn’t stand a hypocrite. I couldn’t. I met them growing up, they didn’t believe anything, they were confused. I asked one, one day, “What do you think about divorce?” He said, “Well, I used to think it was wrong until my son got one, but now I don’t have an opinion.”

“Oh, so your son dictates doctrine huh?”

Hypocrite. Why? Because of motes and beams. I shut it down, it was in my home. The people that came said, “Doyle, there’s no one that can teach this bible but you.” I said, “Well you better find someone else because I am not going to be called a hypocrite by God.” I don’t care what you say, but when God tells me I’m a hypocrite I say, “I quit, I resign.” Oh, I can’t stand them.

Kathie: And what did God do with the hypocrite?

Doyle: He delivered me from a spirit of sorcery that I got in church. My head felt like it was going to split. I love people raised in church, they’re potentially the most demonized people you’ve been around. God delivered me from that spirit.

Kathie: And after he delivered you?

Doyle: Oh, I could cast devils out of anybody [Kathie: There you go.] and I do. If you have a devil, I want you to know, your devil is in danger of being moved out of your body, whether you like it or not.

Kathie: You would say before, I remember, sitting in chairs, “I’m going to drive the devils out of here, you’re either going with it, or it’s going without you.”

Doyle: When you came here that was my attitude. “Devil go, or go with the person that you’re in.” I think I’m about to cast some devils out, don’t you?

Kathie: Amen.

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