Warriors of Holiness – 8th Teves, 5773

We will not rest until we destroy all the Erev Rav, Klipot and bring the age of Mashiach

Sefer Hamidos on Shmiras Habris

Requesting Ahavah From Hashem Hides Sins

By asking Hashem that he should give you love, through this Hashem covers up your sins.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 68)

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Warriors of Holiness – 7th Teves, 5773

We will not rest until we destroy all the Erev Rav, Klipot and bring the age of Mashiach

Sefer Hamidos on Shmiras Habris

Chesed and Emes Atone Sins

Through kindness and truth, sins are forgiven.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 67)

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Warriors of Holiness – 6th Teves, 5773

We will not rest until we destroy all the Erev Rav, Klipot and bring the age of Mashiach

Sefer Hamidos on Shmiras Habris

Ask Tzadik to Help Your Teshuva Be Accepted

When you want to do Teshuva, request from the Tzadik that he should bring you inside, in front of Hashem.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 66)

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Warriors of Holiness – 5th Teves, 5773

We will not rest until we destroy all the Erev Rav, Klipot and bring the age of Mashiach

Sefer Hamidos on Shmiras Habris

Even Commitment to Tesuva Gets Prayers Accepted

From the time a person commits himself to do Teshuva, his prayers are accepted, even though he did not do the actual Teshuva yet.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 65)

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Warriors of Holiness – 1st Teves, 5773

We will not rest until we destroy all the Erev Rav, Klipot and bring the age of Mashiach

Sefer Hamidos on Shmiras Habris

Tanis Without Daas is Not a Tanis

A fast without knowledge is not a fast. (needs better translation, maybe: A fast that was not premeditated is not counted as a fast).
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 64)

Source: Warriors of Holiness

Warriors of Holiness – 29th Kislev, 5773

We will not rest until we destroy all the Erev Rav, Klipot and bring the age of Mashiach

Sefer Hamidos on Shmiras Habris

Embarrassment From Sins Brings Tzedaka Treatment From Hashem

A person that is embarrassed from his sins, Hashem acts with him in charitable way.
(Sefer Hamidos, Teshuva 63)

Source: Warriors of Holiness