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The following studies were written by me personally. Some are for what remains of the Church Age; some are for the Age to Come. Those who read and understand these messages will no doubt be able to identify to which age they belong.

In Christ Jesus,

Diane Guerrero
Spirit's Day Studies

To request notification when a new study is posted please email
 diane@spiritsday.org

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I Believe Statement of Faith.

SDV Abbreviations used in these studies.

The Great Delusion The true identity of the much-anticipated (albeit much-dreaded) Mark of the Beast will take many Bible Christians by surprise. While the greater part of the world is looking to a computer chip, a tattoo, or the image of a charismatic leader imprinted or imbedded on the hand or forehead, some insightful souls are realizing that the [true] Mark has nothing to do with all that...

The Greater Delusion “It’s easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.” Although this famous saying is often attributed to Mark Twain, what he actually said was, “How easy it is to make people believe a lie, and how hard it is to undo that work again!" This statement describes the sad state of Christendom today. For while it is truly a delusion for Christians to believe they the Elect of God—when they are not; it is an even greater delusion for a soul to believe it is saved—when it is not...

The Greatest Delusion ...But perhaps The Greatest Delusion of all is that millions of souls have been deceived into believing that the Holy Spirit is always received immediately upon profession of faith in Jesus Christ—when He is not. Neither is such a teaching found in all the Holy Scriptures.

A Christian's Prayer of Repentance This sample prayer is not intended to be repeated as your own personal prayer; rather it is simply an illustration of what God looks for in a heart that repents. True penitence and repentance is not found in syntax—but in the heart, in the soul, and in the mind.

If We Believe If we believe, it will deeply affect us, and we in turn will affect others. Satan will tempt us, demons will surround us, and the weight of the world will be upon us. Wealth won’t entice us, the world cannot attract us, for the Kingdom of God will occupy our hearts...

The Grace that Saves Modern Christianity gives too little attention to the grace spoken of in the title of this study, and yet the Grace of God has a much greater mission and ministry than is generally understood. Grace is the method and means through which God works in the soul, divinely influencing the heart toward repentance and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ...

Invasion of the False Christs The Christian Age has witnessed many who appeared and claimed to be the reincarnation or reappearance of the Lord Jesus Christ; and no doubt more will continue to come forth. However in this our day, countless numbers of these false christs have already infiltrated the Church of Jesus Christ—but not in the way that one might expect...

The Spirit of Truth If all professing Christians receive the indwelling Christ immediately upon profession of faith in Jesus—as most evangelists and pastors love to insist—then why are so many "Christians" led into false and even cult-like beliefs, practices, and doctrines? Why so much lawlessness, disobedience, self-seeking, confusion, depression, and even suicide among those who claim Jesus as their Savior...

They Went Out To believe that Jesus was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, preached the Kingdom of God, was rejected and betrayed by His country, convicted under mock trials, beaten with many stripes, nailed to a cross and crucified, then died on that cross, was dead three days and three nights, then rose from death on the third day—is not the faith that saves! That’s historic faith...

Semantics 1 - Introduction The words saved, converted, regenerated, and born-again are frequently used interchangeably by Christians, with the assumption that they all represent the same thing. However salvation is not the same as conversion; conversion is not the same as regeneration; and neither conversion nor regeneration represent the entirety of the salvation process. Rather they represent varied yet distinct operations and degrees within that process...

Semantics 2 - Conversion ...A soul can understand his need of salvation and believe that Jesus paid the penalty for his sins—yet may have no volition to secure this great salvation. His heart and mind acknowledge and accept the truth of the Gospel—yet he is not willing to turn to God with all his heart, soul, mind, and strength. Here is the great distinction between a true penitent and one who is Christian In Name Only (CINO)....

Semantics 3 - Regeneration ... Conversion involves the heart, mind and will; Regeneration involves the spirit. Conversion declares the soul righteous; Regeneration imparts God’s righteousness. Conversion grants entrance into the Kingdom; Regeneration grants inheritance in the Kingdom. Conversion is the Holy Spirit WITH you; Regeneration is the Holy Spirit IN you. Conversion does not change man’s fallen nature; Regeneration does. Conversion is not the New Birth; Regeneration is!

Semantics 4 - Born Again ...The world is quick to quote the Bible to demonstrate the view that all men are created in the image of God. However, according to Genesis 1:26, it was pre-fallen Adam who was created in God’s image. Therefore, when considering what it means to be born again (i.e., the New Birth), we must go back to Eden; for it was there in the Garden that everything was lost...

Semantics 5 - The One Who Comes in His Own Name ...The Christian apostasy predicted by the Apostle Paul is already here. But this apostasy it is not merely the acceptance of false doctrine. No. The Great Apostasy is the rejection of the Holy Spirit of God!

The Indwelling 1 - Ask, Seek, Find ...The measure and urgency of a soul’s search [for God] represents the degree of the soul’s desire. Man must have God as his dwelling place; for this alone is the reason for his existence. Therefore God sends the soul searching; and it is up to man to respond...

The Indwelling 2 - How Far Did They Go? Modern sermons often point out that Christians on this side of the cross have it much better than Old Covenant believers—who did not have the benefit of the Holy Spirit as an indwelling presence. And though it is true that the Spirit of the Resurrected Christ was not given to any until AFTER Jesus was crucified, resurrected, ascended, and glorified—yet the Old Testament saints indeed achieved a great deal of holiness during their lives—perhaps even more than many Christians today...

The Indwelling 3 - The Mystery of the Great Comma (pending)

The Indwelling 4 - A People After His Name (pending)

The Indwelling 5 - The Breath of God (pending)

The Olam Ebah War in Israel: Every true Christian’s dread—and every true Christian’s hope. For the Christian well-understands that the horrific events that are transpiring in the Middle East are a major sign of the Lord’s soon return. The Bible is true and prophecy must be fulfilled—precisely as foretold in the Holy Scriptures...

Jesus Alone (tract)