Yes, those who have submitted to Christ are so delivered. But as I said, this is not stated in the Christian Scriptures.
When I was a teenager, and believed as typical evangelicals do, I thought that Tom, the local pastor of the Baptist Church I attended never preached the gospel. He was always talking about submitting to Christ, but he never spoke of the necessity of “accepting Christ as personal Saviour” or “trusting in the finished work of Christ.” He established me, being an older teenager, as leader of the young people. Once when I was talking to the young people, Tom realized that I didn’t understand the true gospel. So in talking with me privately, he asked, “Don, what are we saved from?”
Knowing the Scriptures to some extent, I responded, “We are saved from sin.”
Then he asked, “And what does that mean?”
Then I said, “It means that we are saved from the consequences of sin.” I meant “Saved from hell fire.”
Then Tom said, "Don, nowhere is it written that we are saved from the consequences of sin. It is written that we are saved from SIN!
I wasn’t ready to accept that at the time, but around ten years later, I discovered from my own studies that Tom was RIGHT. He had been preaching the gospel all along, but I had been too blind to realize it.