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RELEASE ME BY FIRE
36 If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.
If Jesus releases you, you are released indeed.
Let somebody go, to let someone go free, after having kept them somewhere [↪ free, discharge]: for example Police arrested several men, who were later released. It also means to stop holding/drop, to stop holding or drop something according to the Longman dictionary.
The Microsoft Encarta dictionary defined release as follows:
1. Let somebody or something go: to set free a person or animal who is imprisoned, trapped, or confined in some way – DT 15:12
2. Stop clutching something: to stop gripping or holding something
3. Let something out: to let out something that has been contained or confined within something or that is pent up or latent inside somebody- SONGS 4:16
4. Free somebody from obligation: to make somebody free of a debt, obligation, promise, or task 2 KINGS 4:1-7
5. Make something available: to make something available, e.g. by putting it on sale, distributing it to the press or public, or allowing access to it.