release from bondage

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Spiritual music in the African-American community of slaves was a mental release from bondage, a vehicle for communication on the Underground Railroad, and was a common ground during the civil rights movement.
They thanked advocates and human rights activists for their help to seek their release from bondage of the landlord.
In his presence, with the word of God hanging in the air, release from bondage was bound to happen
Here was cast a challenge to the ancient Indian belief in renunciation as a suitable means to secure release from bondage to existence.
This is the book about the redemption of God's people by their release from bondage in Egypt and their being brought into a special relationship with God Himself.
The fact that Jesus was "aware that power had gone forth from him" (5:30) underlines that this is a manifestation of God "in strength" come to restore and release from bondage the people of God.
Since there is no place outside the Garden of Eden that is free from the traps of history, release from bondage can only truly occur in the realm of the ideal.