'Liberty' in the Bible
And Agrippa said to Festus, "He might have been set at liberty, if he had not appealed to Caesar."
They, after they had sharply questioned me, were willing to set me at liberty, because they found no offence in me for which I deserve to die.
Yet there was always the hope that at last the Creation itself would also be set free from the thraldom of decay so as to enjoy the liberty that will attend the glory of the children of God.
A woman is bound to her husband during the whole period that he lives; but if her husband dies, she is at liberty to marry whom she will, provided that he is a Christian.
But take care lest this liberty of yours should prove a hindrance to the progress of weak believers.
Or again, is it only Barnabas and myself who are not at liberty to give up working with our hands?
But now I mean his conscience, not your own. "Why, on what ground," you may object, "is the question of my liberty of action to be decided by a conscience not my own?
and might set at liberty all those who through fear of death had been subject to lifelong slavery.
You will rejoice to hear that our brother Timothy has been set at liberty. If he comes soon, I will see you with him.
It said to the sixth angel--the angel who had the trumpet, "Set at liberty the four angels who are prisoners near the great river Euphrates."
And the four angels who had been kept in readiness for that hour, day, month, and year, were set at liberty, so that they might kill a third part of mankind.
And there was given him a mouth full of boastful and blasphemous words; and liberty of action was granted him for forty-two months.
He closed the entrance and put a seal upon him in order that he might be unable to lead the nations astray any more until the thousand years were at an end. Afterwards he is to be set at liberty for a short time.