What is meant by 'deliverances'? The word 'deliverances' in the sermon title is unclear to me.
I didn't hear anything to the effect that God was delivering Samson from temptation, or from his enemies in this specific sermon.
Does the word 'deliverances' then mean that God was delivering Samson over to his corruption, as in Romans 1? But the context of Romans 1 doesn't speak of sinning saints, but of the ungodly. The Westminster Confession, in the section on Providence, does have the following words:
"The most wise, righteous, and gracious God does oftentimes leave, for a season, his own children to manifold temptations, and the corruption of their own hearts, to chastise them for their former sins, or to discover unto them the hidden strength of corruption and deceitfulness of their hearts, that they may be humbled; and, to raise them to a more close and constant dependence for their support upon Himself, and to make them more watchful against all future occasions of sin, and for sundry other just and holy ends."
When God leaves His children to the corruption of their own hearts, is God 'delivering' them over to it? To me, leaving to and delivering over to are not synonymous terms.
So, what did you mean by the word 'deliverances" in the sermon title?