Living Faith (Pocket Puritans)

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Living Faith (Pocket Puritans)

Samuel Ward explains the immense value of faith, not only as the gateway to salvation and life everlasting, but as the key to a joyful and triumphant life in this present world. In every sense Christians should be those who live by their faith. Adapted and paraphrased from The Sermons of Samuel Ward, by Richard Rushing.

About the Author
Samuel Ward was born at Haverhill, in Suffolk, in the year 1577, and was eldest son of the Rev. John Ward, minister of the gospel in that town. He was admitted a scholar of St John s College, Cambridge, on Lady Margaret s foundation, on Lord Burghley's nomination, November 6, 1594, and went out B.A. of that house in 1596. He was appointed one of the first fellows of Sidney Sussex College in 1599,1 commenced M.A. 1600, vacated his fellowship on his marriage in 1604, and proceeded B.D. in 1607. (For more information, visit

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