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April 27@Job 33-34

Job 33-34 (NLT) 

Discover His heart: Whether instructing or disciplining, He always does what’s best for us

The early earth dwellers believed the world was flat. 603 more words

Daily Devotions

Christopher Columbus Absolutely Did NOT Discover America

My brain is being controlled, for I am told that in 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue, in the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria. 522 more words

Grand Turk

Grand Turk sits apart from the other islands in the Turks and Caicos, separated from South Caicos by a trench 7,000 feet deep. People flying over to Grand Turk from Providenciales – one of the Caicos Islands – will notice the change in the colour of the sea from a light-blue to a dark blue, a change that happens instantaneously. 1,258 more words


Commissioning Cristóbal Colón, aka Cristoforo Colombo, aka Christopher Columbus

April 17, 1492: Spain’s King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella give Christopher Columbus a commission to seek a westward ocean passage to Asia. Though he was also interested in wealth, Columbus saw himself as a “Christ-bearer” who would carry Christ across the ocean to people who had never heard the gospel.



Christopher Columbus: Một Sai Lệch Của Lịch Sử?

Christopher Columbus (1451-1506) là một nhà hàng hải gốc Ý rất nổi tiếng – người được cho là đã đóng vai trò quan trọng trong lịch sử thám hiểm châu Âu với những khám phá vĩ đại mở ra thời kỳ thuộc địa của châu Mỹ giàu có và rộng lớn… Được sự tài trợ của Vua Ferdinand II và Hoàng hậu Isabella I của quốc vương Tây Ban Nha, Columbus đã thực hiện cả thảy bốn cuộc thám hiểm nhằm tìm con đường biển từ Tây sang Đông. 1,119 more words

Sales Skills

The Columbus Affair

by Steve Berry

“A family’s secret, a ruthless fanatic, and a covert arm of the American government—all are linked by a single puzzling possibility:

What if everything we know about the discovery of America was a lie?

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Book Review

The Log Of Christopher Columbus



Translated and annotated by Enrique de la Casas (E.d.l.C.) in 1496.

(abridgment—U.A. Plum)

I am about to embark on the greatest journey any man has ever embarked on. 2,017 more words

Christopher Columbus