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Monday Update: J6 Praying Grandma

March 31, 2024

Rebecca Lavrenz


Rested and Refreshed through Jesus'

Redemption and Resurrection  



What a weekend of inspiration and refueled purpose (pictures below). Oh how I truly LOVE this country! 


A LITTLE HISTORY LESSON...


When I knew on Friday that I'd be having a break from the DC courtroom until Monday, my daughters and I decided to take an 8 hour drive the next day to Plymouth, MA to see the National Monument of our Forefathers. At the first sight of this massive monument, it absolutely took my breath away! 


I have always felt it was important to find the original intent of a thing. That is why the words of the 1607 and 1620 covenants written and signed by the earliest fathers of this great nation are so significant to me. Those covenants are the reason God led me to pray the 1620 Mayflower Compact at our nation's capitol on January 6, 2021. However, not only were these covenant words significant to our forefathers, but more importantly they were significant to the God they made them with. These covenants both declared that this land we now call the United States of America would give glory to God and advance the Christian faith. The earliest one clearly states that we would also be a Godly land for generations to come. We have God standing with us!


Then on to Lexington, where just after dawn the next morning, we viewed the actual spot where, on what is now Patriots Day, the shot heard round the world was fired. The "shot heard round the world" is a phrase that refers to the opening shot of the battles of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775, which sparked the American Revolutionary War and led to the creation of the United States. The British marched into Lexington and Concord intending to suppress the possibility of rebellion by seizing weapons from the colonists. Instead, their actions sparked the first battle of the Revolutionary War. That first battle began to form the foundation of this great country I feel so privileged to have been born in....the land of the FREE and home of the BRAVE! 


On our drive back to DC while in the driver's seat, Jen spotted a small obscure sign along the highway that said, "Hale Homestead". I immediately thought that must mean the birthplace of Nathan Hale, one of my most favorite American heroes! He is famous for inspiring millions over generations with his 14 words, "I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country." (Some say he may have said one life to "give". I think I like that better because he gave his life up willingly for the cause of liberty and freedom from tyranny.) 


Tomorrow I will take the witness stand to defend that 1620 covenant and the principle of my 1st amendment rights. After I take the witness stand, the prosecuting attorney and then my attorney will each give their closing remarks and the judge will give the jury their instructions. The jury will then be dismissed to deliberate on their verdict. Pray with me that when I open my mouth to speak, God will fill it with what He wants said. Pray that the jurors will decide on my innocence or guilt based on truth. Pray that God's peace and presence will fill the courtroom. My legal team have done their very best now God will do the rest!  


How will we restore our country to God's original intent? By returning to the founding principles stated on the National Monument of our Forefathers: Faith, Morality, Education, Law, and Liberty. With that foundation repaired, we truly will "Make America Godly Again!"


Standing with and for you,


Rebecca Lavrenz 

God's Kingdom Ambassador

Repairer of the Breach

(Isa 58:12)

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