Sunday, November 22, 2015

All Power is Given Unto Jesus


Join Doyle Davidson and other ministers of the gospel today as they minister with power in word and in song.

Preaching Jesus Raised From the Dead
Doyle shares today how he doesn’t preach Moses, nor Elijah, but Jesus raised from the dead. If you just preach Jesus, and you don’t raise him from the dead, you’re still in your sins.
(1 Corinthians 15:17)

Praying For America: New York
In June 2003, Doyle began flying to all 48 states of the mainland and praying, finishing in August 2004. In the month of December 2003, Doyle, along with 6 staff members arrived in New York to pray. Doyle shares that while there, some of the staff with him wanted to see Yankee Stadium, although he didn’t believe it was right, Doyle agreed; it was a mistake. God didn’t send him to New York to look at Yankee Stadium, but to pray. The result of the disobedience was spending 7 hours in a snowstorm. God was gracious though, and out of the 3 planes that got out of the airport that day, Doyle and company were the last flight to make it out.

Doyle continues by sharing that he has learned about witchcraft in his 45 years of walking with the Lord, and how he encountered various witchcrafts while in New York.

Your Medical Books Are Curious Arts
In 1986, while reading Acts 19 about books of curious arts, God told Doyle his medical books were witchcraft, he didn’t want to believe it. That August, Doyle lacerated his wrist on a 2’x2’ piece of aluminum ceiling light fixture. God is merciful, and God is gracious, but Doyle also learned something about God through that experience, you better not disobey him.

Other Ministers Joining Doyle:
Kathie Davidson preaching the gospel and ministering that when you are born again, you have Jesus in you, with all power.

Water of Life Boys
“Rise and Be Healed”
“There Stood a Lamb”

Terre and the Browns (recorded music)
“Worthy the Lamb”


Scriptural References:

1 Corinthians 15
2 Chronicles 20:21
Acts 19:19

Read About It: 

2003-2004 Prayer Across America:

1986: “Your medical books are curious art”: