Guarantee is given when one buys a product to ensure it lasts within the specified season of its life-span. Similarly the Christian believer is guaranteed eternity with God through Christ Jesus. Just like automatic guarantees though it is short-term so the buyer has to pay for extra extended warranty for many years to pro-long the quality of the product. In the same way, the Christian’s life is bought and paid for by Christ at full value of redemption. In Ephesians 4:30, believers are to take care not to grieve the Holy Spirit of God, whereby ye are sealed unto day of redemption.”

It is absolutely true Jesus did His part on Calvary Cross to save lives but merely saying prayer of salvation and relaxing is not good enough. The fulfilled terms and conditions attached to Christian salvation requires the believer to agree with God to get the 100% satisfaction guaranteed. The precious blood of Christ shed for us cleanses us from all unrighteousness so seals us unto God forever. However, the onus is on the believer to take extra steps of faith to ensure the believer fully enjoys the long- haul journey of Christianity is fully prepaid for.

To not grieve the Holy Spirit means careful attention is paid to the Bible instructions given by God to obey and be instant in season.  earnest devotion to the Holy Spirit. Believers are honour the Holy Spirit in Scriptures He inspires by illuminating the word of God to shine the Glorious Light of Christ upon the living word to help our understanding. In John 16:13 the Holy Spirit guides into all truth as the third person of the Trinity to give us insight logos rhema as found in Scripture. Suddenly verses read for many years now takes on a whole new meaning in relation to a particular situation in our lives to comfort and strengthen us. Jesus Christ is the way, the truth, and the life so the Holy Spirit is a Paraclete helper assisting us by opening the eyes of our understanding to get to know God better. 

The Spirit reveals all truth to the apostles in verse. 12 and significance of Jesus’ death, resurrection, and exaltation. The Spirit, helps us recall and remember what Jesus said to understand true meaning of Jesus’ accomplishments in John 14:26. This Holy Spirit is responsible for the truths preached and written down in New Testament. We trust Bible authority. written through the Holy Spirit’s revelation and recall of all Jesus said and taught the disciples. The Bible  requires careful attention to the word of God for inspiration, knowledge, correction, through the Holy Spirit in 2 Timothy 3:16. From childhood you know the Bible to give wisdom that leads to salvation through faith in Christ.  16 All Scripture is inspired by God profitable for teaching, reproof, correction, training in righteousness; 17 so that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work. In 1 Corinthians 16:13 the believer is to be on guard; stand firm in the faith; of courage and strong. So the the Holy Spirit’s serves and speaks what He hears in John 16:13 to declare what he is given to glorify God through Jesus in verse 16:14.All three persons of the Trinity are fully God, yet the Son Christ Jesus makes known the Father God and the Holy Spirit glorifies the Son. As we focus to exalt Christ to the Glory of God the Father Holy Spirit strengthens us to enter boldly into the presence of God.
Continue to serve God faithfully to be guaranteed the loyalty of God on your behalf throughout life. Loving God enables direct access and personal intimacy with God. Yet believers also have to  deal with challenges of life daily since sin entered the world and created confusion and chaos. God helps believers to overcome challenges however some continue until Christ returns to restore perfect peace again on earth like the Garden of Eden. While waiting for God’s plans and purposes to be fulfilled, the believer has to continue to live the life of love, hope and confidence in God. God is able to keep His part of the guaranteed deal of faith through Christ Jesus. No matter what goes on all around the world the believer is to hold to God in faith to pray and trust God for He is faithful who promised.


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