Likewise, if you think or say, "Now I can accept what's said in Matthew, in the Sermon on the Mount, but I question the story of the lions not attacking Daniel in the lions' den," or "I can accept what is on page 100, but challenge or question what is on page 300"-thus, we have to start on firm truth-or don't even take precious time to read something you can't accept as truth, which is very necessary to live a happy, successful, and fruitful life.
Patty F. Metcalf is an eighty-six year old mother of three and a grandmother of six. She resides in Newport News, Virginia, with her husband of fifty-seven years. She received her B.A. degree from Ohio Northern University, her M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver, and one year of advanced studies at Duke University toward her PhD. There, she says, "I sacrificed my PhD for a Mrs.," but admits she has never regretted that decision.