Anyway back to the list of examples of Faith from Hebrews 11.
Abel - literally talked to God
Enoch - Enoch walked with God; then he was no more, because God took him away.
Noah - God literally speaks to him
Abraham - Again has long conversations with God
Sarah - Same
Isaac - sees an Angel when his dad tried to sacrifice him
Jacob - Besides having dreams of Angels and God, Jacob literally wrestles God and is called Israel after that which means "he struggles with God"
Joseph - given the ability to predict the future accurately and specifically
Moses - Gets to see God's butt
The Fleeing Israelites crossing the Red Sea - Besides the miracles they just witnessed with the plagues, now the water is moving aside for them
Joshua and his people at Jericho - The sun stops moving in the sky for a day also the Ark dries up the river during flood stages so they can cross
Rahab - Could be considered to have faith, she only heard about the parting of the Red Sea and how these people crushed all the other cities in the area and decided to join their side, so I see this more as defecting
Gideon - Angel visits him
Barak - Followed the orders of the prophetess Deborah who spoke to God and was leading the Israelites
Samson - killed 1000 men with the jaw bone of a donkey, and his parents spoke to God literally
Jephthah - Apparently has faith, but still insists on getting paid for leading the Israeli army, also sacrifices his daughter to God, burns her
David - is told as a young boy, by Samuel, that he is chosen by God, kills a Giant in one hit as a teenager, and later in life God literally talks to him
Samuel - God literally talks to him
the prophets - God literally talks to all of them
So of these listed you could say that Barak, Rahab, Jephthah, and maybe Joseph could be considered to have faith. So that is 4 out of the list of 19 of the great list of faith that could be considered to have faith. The first three had selfish reasons for doing what they did and Joseph's predictions could be considered a miracle so his faith is iffy at best.
This was the post that made me want to start a blog again.