“To see Him, the King, in his beauty, is a ravishing sight, and which fills [the soul] with joy unspeakable and full of glory.” Sounds like Jonathan Edwards, right? Or another one of the divines from his affective stream of piety? No. It is from the much-maligned John Gill (d.1771). See his Body of Divinity, p.777.
There is much more in Gill than dry-as-dust theology—there is life and power and joy in Christ. While I do not deny there are some theological problems with his Calvinism, at its heart it was drawn from the same well as Edwards’.
Someone needs to compare the theology of Edwards and Gill. I am amazed that no one ever has.