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Buy into these doctrines and before long, you’ll be demonically oppressed. That means suffering from fatigue, depression, emotional issues, sleeplessness, and/or many other problems.

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Hello Readers, hope all’s well. Time for another post in the Do Not Fear the End Times series. Today’s post is an update to a story I first covered all the way back in Part 2. That was months ago now.

At the end of that post I said that I wouldn’t cover this story again unless there was a major development. Well, there’s been a major development. Let’s revisit the story of a demonically-inspired Mormon false prophet and his disturbed wife.

The Story so far

If you read U.S. news media, you may be familiar with this story. It’s the story about Lori Vallow, her false prophet husband Chad Daybell, and Lori’s two missing children, Joshua “JJ” Vallow, 7, and Tylee Ryan, 17. Here’s a quick summary of events that I wrote in Part 2:

  • A woman from Idaho named Lori Vallow went missing along with her husband, an End Times prophecy author named Chad Daybell, and their two children: Joshua “JJ” Vallow, 7, and Tylee Ryan, 17, who have not been seen since Sept. 23 in Rexburg, Idaho.
  • There are many suspicious/mysterious deaths surrounding Lori and Chad, including Chad’s former wife, Lori’s ex-husband, and Lori’s brother. All died under mysterious circumstances.
  • Lori and Chad were tracked down in Hawaii, without the children.
  • Lori got arrested in Hawaii after missing a court deadline to bring her children to authorities; the children’s whereabouts are still unknown.

And I got this information from the article: “2 Idaho kids still missing, mom said she was ‘a god’” dated 2/12/2020 from USA Today.

Yes that’s right, Lori Vallow, the mother of these two missing children, believed herself to be a sort of God. Chad, her husband, believed himself to be a prophet with the ability to know future events.

About Lori Vallow and her belief she was a God, I wrote: ” […] divorce papers filed by Lori Vallow’s ex-husband allege that she “claimed she was a god assigned to carry out the work of the 144,000 at Christ’s second coming in July 2020.” There’s so much wrong here of course. Good Christians know that to think you’re God is blasphemous, for “There is one God and one mediator between God and humanity, the human Christ Jesus (1 Timothy 2:5).” Perhaps Vallow is actually into new age and has been deceived by the demonic false doctrine of “Christ consciousness,” thinking that she’s a Christ herself.

And also: “As for her specific date of July 2020 for the Second Coming, remember, everyone, that we don’t know the day nor the hour (Matthew 25:13)! That day will come like a thief in the night (1 Thessalonians 5:2)! That is so important! Don’t ever forget that divination (trying to foretell future events) is forbidden (Deuteronomy 18:10), and that divination is of Baal, […] Going too far down the road of predictions such as “the Second Coming will happen at this time on this day” is going down the road of divination and Baal. We. Just. Don’t. Know.

About Chad Daybell, the demonically-inspired Mormon false prophet, I wrote: “If Satan can transform into an angel of light, it’s nothing for him and his demons to transform into images of the people you love. Since Daybell was raised in a demon-tainted Christian cult, Mormonism, it’s logical to assume he picked up plenty of demons in church. And since Satan and his demons know everyone intimately well, maybe his demons saw that Daybell would have a talent for writing books. Then they could use him to spread their demonic deceptions and misinformation, you know, ‘fulfill the assignments’ that they had for him.

As he grew to trust the demonic spirits more and more, maybe Daybell became more ‘hooked’ on their dreams and visions, following their guidance without question, thinking each one was a sign from God without testing the spirit properly or evaluating these visions. I will mention that it seems from the article that he did get legitimate foreknowledge of 9/11, and I have no problem believing that he did. But when I think about how devious and deceitful demons are, I also have no problem believing that they scatter some truth here and there among all their lies and false prophecies. The devil will tell you the truth sometimes, if it suits his purposes. Maybe Daybell’s foreknowledge of 9/11 is what made him trust his demon spirits implicitly, up to a point where he didn’t question what they showed him.

Somehow or other, they got him to trust them to the point where he would do whatever he did to get involved in this crazy story. To marry a woman who claimed she was a god mere weeks after his ex-wife died, and then run from Idaho to Hawaii along with Vallow’s children, offering no explanations for this. Was it his grandfather’s spirit that told him to do those things? Perhaps it took on that appearance when it spoke. But did that spirit lead him in the right direction? Clearly not!

It’s a confusing story, I know. There are a lot of characters involved in this tale. If you’re still unsure of who’s who, I recommend you to Google “Lori Vallow” and/or “Chad Daybell.” Or you can read Part 2 of this series. But this covers the events so far. Now for the update.

The Latest

When this story broke a few days ago, I wasn’t surprised to hear the news. Sadly, I’d been expecting some news like this.

Again, you can Google “Lori Vallow” and/or “Chad Daybell” to see the latest, as there are many articles on this development in the media right now. Here is an article I picked at random because it’s the most recent as of this writing: “Human remains found at Chad Daybell’s Idaho home were Joshua Vallow, Tylee Ryan, family says” by Erica Stapleton and Michael Doudna of KHOU-11 in Houston.

While they don’t have a positive ID yet, authorities do say that the human remains found on Daybell’s property are of children. They found these during the second search of his property. It resulted in another charge against him for tampering/concealing evidence.

How do you explain having human remains on your property, found during a second search of your place? That’s not an issue that “normal” people have. Whatever explanation Vallow and Daybell can offer, it doesn’t look good. However things proceed, this guy has to explain two bodies on his property. Vallow is most likely involved too. Look at how far these two have fallen!

Was this perhaps inevitable? When you follow bad theology, it leads you down the wrong road.

The Dangers of Demonic Doctrines

Within the last month I’ve blogged about the dangers of witchcraft and New Age beliefs. But there’s also plenty of dangerous false theology masquerading under a guise of Christianity. Prosperity Gospel, for example.

1 Timothy 4:1 warns us about the doctrines of demons. These are false, demonically-inspired doctrines that mislead Christians into damnation. The doctrines of demons are spiritually dangerous, and cost a person their salvation.

Frank Hammond, in his classic book Pigs in the Parlor, clarifies a demonic doctrine as ones which attack the humanity and deity of Jesus Christ.

1 Tim. 4:1 warns of a great increase of doctrinal errors promoted by deceiving and seducing spirits in the last days. Such doctrines are designed to attack both the humanity and deity of Jesus Christ; […]

Frank Hammond, Pigs in the Parlor, Page 40

The heresies of Mormonism are well known. Mormons can’t even be considered Christians. Firstly because of their demonic, heretical doctrine about Jesus Christ. As I quoted in Part 2 from this article from

[…] According to the Mormon view, Jesus is not unique from the rest of mankind. He is simply the firstborn spirit child. The Doctrine and Covenants states, “The difference between Jesus and other offspring of Elohim is one of degree not of kind.”{4} That is why Mormons refer to Jesus as elder brother.

Dr. Patrick Zukeran, “Jesus a Procreated Being?” (
{4.} Doctrine and Covenants 93:21

False theology like this unquestionably qualifies as the doctrines of demons. The Mormons worship a whole different version of Christ. A false version, a demonically-inspired one. Any doctrines attacking Christ’s divinity come from the antichrist.

(3) and every spirit that doesn’t confess Jesus is not from God. This is the spirit of the antichrist, which you have heard is coming and is now already in the world.

1 John 4:3 (CEB)

And this is not to even mention the Mormon’s idolatrous reverence of their founder, Joseph Smith.

The effect of following demonic doctrines is spiritually dangerous. It can be spiritually fatal if a person follows the demonic doctrine their whole life without breaking free from it and repenting of it. Worse, in some cases it can even be physically fatal, which I’ll get to in a moment.

What are the spiritual dangers of following the doctrines of demons? Why, demonic oppression of course. If you read my Cast Down Jezebel miniseries, you may remember the concept of creating “open doors” for demons to enter your life. I wrote about this in Part 4 and Part 8 of that miniseries.

Well, religious error (following the doctrines of demons) is one easy way to create an open door for demons to enter. Buy into these doctrines and before long, you’ll be demonically oppressed. That means suffering from fatigue, depression, emotional issues, sleeplessness, and/or many other problems.

“Involvement to any degree in religious error can open the door for demons. Objects and literature from sources of religious error have been known to attract demons into houses.

Frank Hammond, Pigs in the Parlor, Page 39

Studies have started to hint at a possible connection between Mormonism and high teenage suicide rates. Here’s one study on that topic, here’s a simpler summary of the same. If there is a link (which I believe there is), it makes sense. Demonic doctrine attracts demons. There must be legions of demons swirling around the Mormon church, with its false and idolatrous theology. The demons can easily get into children, no problem. And these kids would have no idea what they’re dealing with or how to fight back. This is a danger of demonic doctrines.

The doctrines of demons bring many woes, but none worse than causing people to lose their salvation due to false faith.

Now look what we have here, with Chad Daybell and Lori Vallow. Look at the depths they’ve fallen to.

Chad’s wife, dead under mysterious circumstances. Lori’s ex-husband, Lori’s brother, both dead under mysterious circumstances. Two kids missing for months, with Chad and Lori going on the run. Then Lori winds up in jail. And now, finally, the remains of children’s bodies found on Chad Daybell’s property. Is all that God’s will? Is that what God wanted for these two, and their children?

Of course not. Pay attention: These are the dangers of demonic doctrines. You will be deceived and led a long way down a dark path. Every step down this wrong path leads to more evil. It leads to just as much evil as witchcraft and New Age, in the end. Look at the evils it led Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell to.

Lori Vallow started thinking she was God, one of the most ancient heresies there is. Chad Daybell believed he was a prophet, and followed the guidance of spirits. But he didn’t test every spirit (1 John 4:1) like we’re supposed to. Well … as a Mormon, he’s following a false “Gospel” which doesn’t teach to do that.

Look at where these spirits have led him to. Two sets of human remains, children’s bodies, found on his property. So tell me, those spirits he believed in for prophecies … were they of God, or the devil?

One side note on the topic of following guidance from spirits and so on. Unlike Chad Daybell, I’ll never tell my readers to go anywhere in particular, at a certain time, etc., in order to be safe during the End Times. I’ve been very clear that the only way to be safe during the End Times is to REPENT and turn to Jesus. There’s nowhere you can go to avoid The End.

Beware the doctrines of demons, people, whether it’s Mormonism or anything else. Read the Scriptures so you know how to recognize it. Then stay as far away from it as you can. Getting involved with it can lead you to an evil end, as you can see from this story.

I continue to read the updates on the Vallow/Daybell story as they get reported. The next time there’s another major development in the case, I might make an update. We’ll see.

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