The informal church, operating out of trailer homes and storefronts, refers to the process of casting out demons as “deliverance.”
The Queen of Sweden led 6,000 peasants to prayer at a cathedral for deliverance.
The violins play with sweet sadness, and the harmony vocals possess the ecstasy and deliverance of a biblical jubilee.
His books include Securing the City, Summer of deliverance, Expats, and With the Contras.
The word derives from the Latin verb "deprecare," meaning to pray for deliverance from something evil or from a calamity.
It is clear that in this passage it is used for deliverance.
I earnestly thanked God for my deliverance on this occasion.
Sadly suggestive must have seemed the names of the two vessels that appeared upon that awful scene—Patience and deliverance.
Still, the fruits of that deed were the deliverance of Scotland.
Meanwhile, Adrien, all unconscious of his deliverance from further disturbance, pursued his way to the theatre.