24 Now to Him Who is able to guard you from tripping, and to stand you flawless in sight of His glory, in exultation,
25 to the only God, our Saviour, through Jesus Christ our Lord, be glory, majesty, might and authority before the entire eon, now, as well as for all the eons. Amen! Jude 1:24-25 Concordant Literal New Testament
From what some would mistakenly view as one of the most serious and sober books of the New Testament comes one of the strongest declarations of a Christian's victory in Christ, the certainty of their freedom from sin through the sanctifying work of the Spirit and belief in the Gospel regarding the Blood of Jesus and the Melchizedek it's unveiled before us with the Bread and the Wine.
In exultation!! It is not the hysterical invention of any modern Pentecostal sect. It is what sanctification by the Spirit, belief in the truth, and having Lord Jesus and one's heavenly Father to take up residence in one's house guarantees! The Concordant Literal New Testament says this is the Greek word "agalliasis" and it defines it as meaning "very much leaping for gladness."
As we tithe, it's the "oil of joy" we're anointed with in Hebrews 1:9. It's what Elizabeth's unborn baby leaped with in Luke 1:44 in the Presence of the yet to be born Christ Jesus. And it's how the disciples broke bread with Lord Jesus in Acts 2:46.
As you are bouncing around at the revelation of Jesus Christ through your mortal flesh as the Scriptures are bleeding through you, He is guarding you from tripping, and your exultation is guaranteed before the entire eon, now, as well as for all of the eons. He stands you flawless in sight of His glory. As Lord Jesus is being revealed by those who keep His Word, according to John 14:23, Colossians 3:4, and 1Thessalonians 3:13, this is abounding to His glory, majesty, might, and authority for all the eons.
He guards you from tripping in sight of His glory for all the eons, including this one, as His Word is being kept by you day and night. Even His stumbling in carrying the Cross for you was substitutionary, so your "very much leaping for gladness" would know no end, now, and beyond the 1Corinthians 15:28 subjection.