"When we are in the Kingdom," McCoy said, whipping himself and his audience into a fury, "we are supposed to be the third team on the field. We have a different rule book. This rule book is the Word of God," so "our obligation is to be . . . the team that says no, we play by a different set of rules." Just like "the prophets [who] spoke to the kings" in the Bible "about what God said, and what was good and what was bad, and what was right and what was wrong," McCoy exhorted Manna's congregation to "believe we have a voice of authority, and we can declare and decree." Referring obliquely to Question 6 supporters, he said, "I get what they're saying over here, but God says it differently," adding, "we cannot let this go down on our watch."