“For Such A Time As This, Pt. 2” – Prayer Call Replay, April 6th, 2024

Last September we heard the very interesting story of Rebecca Lavrenz, a praying grandmother who was arrested by the FBI for praying at the U.S. Capitol building on January 6th, 2021.

Rebecca is one of our long-time FFI Seminar Coordinators and a Kingdom Ambassador frequently on our Saturday KAF Zoom meetings.

Rebecca was offered a plea deal to plead guilty to one misdemeanor with which she was charged but, felt led by God that she was not to plead guilty to a charge against her when she had done nothing wrong.

But rather she was to request a trial by jury and present her case in court in Washington D.C. to stand up for the constitutional right of all American citizens to lawfully gather and peacefully express our opinions and grievances.

Rebecca really has been a modern-day Esther, appealing to the U.S. civil authorities for justice to be done for all American citizens to be able to continue to exercise their 1st amendment rights to peacefully assemble and express their grievances.

This principle has been the basis for the entire civil rights movement of the 1960s for black Americans.

Now in the 2020s, this right is being challenged and threatened to be removed by the same Amalek spirit working through unjust and perverse civil authorities just as it did through Haman in Esther’s day.

As many of our Kingdom Ambassadors know, this past two weeks Rebecca was on trial in Washington D.C.

Would you like to know the outcome of this landmark trial?

Did the jury find Rebecca guilty of 4 criminal offenses or was she found not guilty?

Find out by watching the video above!

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