Brilliant. He knew his audience. He spoke their language. He was so passive aggressive. Ya gotta love it.
I'm pretty certain that if there is ever a sequel, we will see a much older Kevin Bacon addressing the jury, just as eloquent, always speaking to his audience, verbalizing with words they understand. Because I'm sure he grew up to be a lawyer.
After this weekend of research and note taking and expert finding, I'm pretty certain I missed my calling and I, too, was supposed to be a lawyer. I've done my research and we're ready.
Can't you hear it now:
Cindy: [addressing the group] And what did Moses do? What did Moses do? What *did* Moses do?
Cindy: Moses said, "Let my people go."
Yeah, something like that.
If you think about us today, we ask for your prayers. We ask for favor, divine favor. We ask that light and love and forgiveness would ooze from our being. We ask for the wisdom of Solomon. We ask that chains would be broken and mountains would be moved.
And we ask for the right words at the right time, in language our audience will understand.
And what did Daniel do? What did Daniel do? What *did* Daniel do?
Because it matters to this one.