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    Works of John Gill

    I have found a useful link: http://http://www.pbministries.org/books/gill/gills_archive.htm

    It appears that many (if not all) of Gill's writings are online here. Forgive me if this is old news to you, but I am quite excited by this discovery!!!

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    Sweet!

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    Old news, but good news! :gill: (need a Gill smilie)
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    Quote Originally Posted by VirginiaHuguenot View Post
    Old news, but good news! :gill: (need a Gill smilie)

    I second the Gill smilie!
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    Wonderful find, even if it is and old news find!

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