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This promise is conditional on us taking refuge in him. We are kept safe by walking in the Spirit. If we follow the leading of the Spirit every day, he can keep us safe, but if we wander from his path, he cannot guarantee our protection. If we are in the wrong place at the wrong time, his angels may not be there to protect us. However, if a Christian did get it wrong, God will not tell us, and they cannot, so we should be careful about making accusations. We are called to be comforters, not accusers.
Your arguments/conclusion are persuasive and I am sure they are correct. However I still have a hard time with unlimited atonement. In the realm of the Levitical sacrifices of animals for the forgiveness of sin, did the sacrificed animal die for all sins or the specific sin/s of one individual? If only one person were to saved by depending on Christ’s salvation work would the sins of the world be placed on Christ? If there were degrees of Christ’s sufferings would Christ be paying for the sins of those who would ultimate reject Him? Would this violate the justice of God?