free from bondage

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We are so grateful to you for having killed the Wicked Witch of the East, and for setting our people free from bondage."
So, the role of the Church is to help people to be free from bondage; it is also to produce credible leaders who will become the voice of the voiceless, the strength for the weak; the eye to the blind.
To early advocates of this strain of thought, the point of freedom of speech was not to encourage pluralism, but simply to allow the truth to break free from bondage and superstition.
The entire structure of peoples' rights and states' obligations to their citizens is based on two cardinal assumptions: firstly, that all communities are entitled to be free from bondage to any alien authority, and, secondly, that all people have a right to be governed by their freely chosen representatives.
I am set free from bondage and shame" Pop heartthrob Justin Bieber in an emotional Easter message.
Since we're Jews we eat too, engaging our full set of senses in a narrative experience filled with music, art, symbolism, and dramaall in the quest find meaning in the Exodus, free from bondage.
"I wanted to create a space for young people who are bound by the fierce pressure of Korean society, for those who like to dream extravagantly, free from bondage," he says.
We Christians believe we have been set free from bondage to the Levitical holiness and purity codes.
Even after the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, when African slaves were declared free from bondage, through media stereotypes, black people continued to be viewed as not fully human persons.
Polen uses that background to explain that Night is a "counternarrative, almost a counter-Torah" that subverts the Biblical image of a God who possesses the "power to intervene in history, to deliver from danger, and to free from bondage." Simone Gigliotti offers history instructors several approaches for teaching about "the trauma of transit" endured in deportation journeys, contending that including Wiesel's memoir in the teaching of history is not only justified but "integral." Gigliotti shows how the survivor testimony of Night can be taught alongside historians' accounts to illuminate students' understanding of the deportation experience.
From hence, we are all free, free from bondage and oppression, the oppression which was imposed by the British has come to an end.
Paul acknowledges that Christ's Passion, death, and Resurrection were a ransom to set sinners free from bondage and enslavement.