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The Day the Sun Rose in the West

by Harold P. Clements


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/15/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 124
ISBN : 9781664206212
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 124
ISBN : 9781664206205

About the Book

Are you interested in answers to prayer, including the near-death experiences of the author and his wife? Do you like poetry, light humor, answers to hard Bible questions? Then this book is for you! The author points out days-of-yore including wages, work ethics, old-school farming, singing, and more! This book is packed with inspiring stories that will make you laugh and cry. The author feels that he has been fortunate enough to see, through the eyes of his father and himself, farming advances from the last one-hundred years! The author trusts that his desires of this book will come through not only to his relatives but to all who are thankful for the tremendous changes that have happened in the twentieth-century. Would you, your children, and your grandchildren enjoy this? Do you enjoy hearing stories of close family ties and of family singing for four generations? Are you interested in knowing how the sun can rise in the west? If this is true, please read the book.


About the Author

The author, Harold Clements, is eighty-eight years old and has wanted to write this book for the last forty years. He is a Christian husband, married sixty-five years to the love of his life, a father (dad) of five, grandfather of fourteen, and great-grandfather of six (so far!). Born to a Christian family, there has always been singing in his family, his wife’s family, their children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren’s lives. The author has a sense of humor, stories of answers to prayer, and near-death experiences. The experiences of his father and his span nearly a century of farming (the twentieth-century). The author feels fortunate that he lived in a century where he could still experience the “American Dream” because he started working in the small plant of Carefree, with only seven employees, worked his way up to director of purchasing, helped the company grow to over 500 employees, and was general manager for over fifteen years before his retirement. Also, upon so-called retirement, he sold and installed thousands of vinyl replacement windows. The author helped set the National Window Standards for vinyl windows and all styles of windows. The author, always active in sports and healthy eating habits has helped keep this old man alive and well. For instance, after retiring, he joined the Polk County Senior Olympics and competed in the 50 and 100-meter dashes between the ages of 65-77. The author, from the “old-school” way of life, is still proudly representing Jesus, the American flag, God, and country.