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Eric Ludy Fight The Darkness

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Eric Ludy Fight The Darkness

“For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against. ” Ephesians 6:12 NKJV

Eric Ludy mentioned in this video the Fifteen Ingredients of a Man with white Knuckles. What are they? Watch this video.

Eric Ludy Fight The Darkness

Fifteen Ingredients of a Man with white Knuckles:
  1. a man that actually cares
  2. a man who seeks the welfare of God’s people
  3. a man trained to lead
  4. a man of faith
  5. a man undaunted unshaken
  6. a man watchful and vigilant
  7. a man was sword drawn
  8. a man loyal to the spirit not a debtor to the flesh
  9. a man after his king’s glory
  10. a man determined
  11. a man who knows his position
  12. a man who wins his battles
  13. a man sealed in covenant
  14. a man zealous for the house of God

Eric Winston Ludy is an author, speaker, and president of Ellerslie Mission Society. He is also the senior pastor at the Church at Ellerslie in Windsor, Colorado.

Eric Ludi is also a lead instructor at Ellerslie Training, an internationally known discipleship training center that equips men and women of all ages to become world-changers for Christ. Eric’s sermons are heard by thousands of listeners around the world each week. His short films such as “The Gospel” and “Depraved Indifference” have impacted millions. His preaching influences are Leonard Ravenhill, C.T. Studd, Hudson Taylor, Rees Howells, and Charles Spurgeon into a blender, and that’s pretty close to what I believe.”


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