IN 1492, Christopher Columbus sailed to the New World—exciting new lands that offered wealth and adventure. He named one of the islands on which he landed La Isla Española, or Hispaniola, about two thirds of which is now occupied by the Dominican Republic. More recently, thousands of inhabitants of the Dominican Republic have made a far different discovery—a coming new world of everlasting righteousness under God’s Kingdom. (2 Pet. 3:13) What follows is the gripping history of the righthearted people who have made this priceless discovery.