Twenty-six chapters and two appendixes compose this book, which the author shares out of his personal studies on the subject. Seven chapters contain the concept of Biblical faith set forward for the rest of the study and several of these are about what Biblical faith is not. The other chapters, then, are a set of studies about Biblical characters and their stories. The Author contends that God teaches about this faith through the interactions in such stories that occur between a person or persons and Him. Included is Rahab the harlot, Peter walking on the sea, Gideon, Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz. There are two chapters each on Jacob, Caleb, and Jonah. Also studied are Moses and Aaron when kept back from entering Canaan; included in that time frame is the prophet Balaam. Also, two chapters study all the characters in the story of Jesus' birth. Each and every Christian has Biblical faith.