The Most Interesting Man Alive
by Harold E. Fick Jr.
To the authors knowledge, this book is unique. This most interesting man, David, son of Jesse, has never been written about in such a way.
David was the second king of the nation of Israel, and he reigned forty years and lived seventy years. He is the author of about half of the 150 Psalms in the Bible. He was an inventor, poet, administrator, leader, king, warrior and renegade and was very accomplished in all these areas. He is also a forefather of Jesus Christ, the Messiah.
Readers should be inspired as they witness this mans faith, setbacks, wanderings, and successes on his rise to fame. Readers should also be edified by the extensive use of scripture in the book. Finally, readers should be able to discover by the end of the book; how this information can be very relevant to each and every one of them.
Please enjoy The Most Interesting Man Alive.
About the Author: The author was born in 1952. He became a Christian in 1970. He began reading through the Bible every year since 1973. He was married to his wife, Betty, in 1980. At that time they had three teenage children: Kathy, Steven, and Misty. They now have twenty grandchildren.
Harold began teaching at Seward County Community College in Liberal, Kansas in January of 2012. In his life he has worked as an engineer, chemist, operator, lab technician, and also a teacher at other facilities. He has worked about twenty years in industry and fifteen years as a teacher mostly of junior high, high school and college students.
Harold likes reading, writing, playing pool, fishing and mostly spending time with his wife, friends, family and grandkids.
(2015, Paperback, 82 pages)