I must profess that I have not been a great follower of Gill, except to know that if no other commentary mentioned something, Gill was sure to comment on it. Gill was not a "Landmark" Baptist, in that he believed in the church universal made up of all God's elect (e.g. see comments on Matt. 16:18). But his comments quoted below on Matthew 28:20 seem to require a succession of visible believers (not just an invisible church). Are there other comments/writings by Gill on the subject? Did he believe in a succession of truth through visible churches? Am a misreading him? If he did believe succession, would he perhaps accepted a succession through Catholicism? Would he have expected it to come through dissenters? This question is not designed to debate the merits of Gill's beliefs, but to find what he did believe on the subject. Thanks.