Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Days at the University of Missouri


Join Doyle Davidson and Paul Peters on set today as Doyle speaks about his days at the University of Missouri as he was studying to be a veterinarian, and how after having great success, God required that he lay it all down to obey God; to do what God had told him back in 1958, which was not to be a veterinarian, but a minister of the gospel.

Paul Peters:
“Walk With Me”

Terre Brown
“I Have Returned”


Scriptural References:

Romans 8:1-14
1 Corinthians 2:1-16

Read About It: 

Click the following links to see more details of the testimonies mentioned in this program

1958- “I don’t want you to be a veterinarian, I want you to be a minister of the gospel”:

In August 1958, I was rotating the tires on my car. I had just been accepted into the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Missouri after being discharged from the United States Navy. Suddenly, the presence of God was all around me. lt was as though a cloud of clear gas surrounded me. God's words encompassed me as He said, "I do not want you to be a veterinarian. I want you to be a minister of the gospel." There was a great fear with the presence of God, and I found myself sitting there in the street praying aloud. I could not believe that it was God, however, and I went ahead and entered the School of Veterinary Medicine in the fall. Several years later, God showed me that my unbelief was the reason I did not obey Him when He initially spoke to me that day in 1958.”

Davidsons were horsemen:

Newell Miller was a horseman:

School of Veterinary Medicine and inhalant anesthesia: “God Stopped My Direction”:

Dr. Ebert - Director of Clinics of School of Veterinary Medicine:

Sell Your Practice: