Article quote: "I didn’t know what ‘the Spirit’ meant at
the time, but I knew that it must be very important. This was huge for me in my
conversion and, to this day, the biggest change in my life since my baptism has
been the gift of the Holy Ghost."Ref. the gift of the Holy
Ghost: AMEN to that!May we all follow the ONE true Master.
What an inspirational story! I have enjoyed all three parts. Thank you so much
for sharing this with us. Thank you Danny for your great example. Can't
wait to meet you, too.
There are those who scoff at such happenings. I for one don't. I have had
several experiences since my Dad passed away where I know he was involved in
things that have happened to me and my family. The veil is very thin. Those on
the other side are concerned about us and sometimes they exert their influence.
I guess there really are saints in this world. This is a great story. It's
remarkable how many people have been directed by an unseen voice. I have hard
many such stories from people of all religions and even from the not religious.
I see the light. What the it is feel's up in my mind and heart. I love the
guy to. It just feels right.
Truly an inspiration story to help us set our lives on the path to truth and
righteousness. Thank you, Jason and the Knapp family. Thank you.
Great story by a really great writer. It is comforting to know that we can still
be an influence in the lives of those we love from beyond the grave. I have no
doubt that Danny spoke to his brother and told him to go to church. What is
important is that Mike listened and followed through. Blessings to this family!
To be an angel on earth and now in heaven is just one of the most comforting
events in a family's life. Danny sounds like a brother to all, and not just
to his family. He is his brother's keeper. What a wonderful
series tribute to a man who gave all. Thank you!
Wow...thanks. Wonderful story, well written.
This is inspirational writing at its best about someone whose life is
inspiration at its best. Thank you!
Thank you for sharing and writing this beautiful series about an awesome man.
What a beautiful and powerful story of forgiveness and renewal to something as
special as membership in the only true church on the face of this earth. It
brought tears of sadness and tears of joy. I hope this family will stay close to
each other and continue being faithful to our Heavenly Father. Very uplifting.
To the author, Jason Wright: Thank you for telling the story so well. We have
the privilege of being near neighbors to Mike and Deb Knapp, who are an
inspiration to all of us and a blessing to the ward. Humble service is a gift
that keeps on giving. May we all learn that lesson well.