John Gifford Bellett (1795–1864) was born in Dublin, Ireland. He was educated first at the Grammar School in Exeter, England, then at Trinity College Dublin, where he excelled in classics. Here he met and became a lifelong friend of John Nelson Darby, founder of the Exclusive Bretheren. He was saved when he was a student and spent his life in the service of his Lord. Bellett wrote many articles and books on scriptural subjects, his most famous works being The Patriarchs, The Evangelists, The Minor Prophets, and The Moral Glory of the Lord Jesus.
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