WHAT DOES "BURDEN" MEAN IN HEBREW ?
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.**2960** torach to'-rakh from  a burden:--cumbrance, trouble. ## cumbrance
CUMBRANCE, n. That which obstructs, retards, or renders motion or action difficult and toilsome; burden; encumbrance; hindrance; oppressive load; embarrassment.
WHAT DOES SCRIPTURE SAY ABOUT BURDENSOME THINKING, AND BEHAVIOUR.
Bear one another burdens, and so complete the Turah of Mashiak. Galatians 6:2
These words I have spoken to you, that in Me you have peace. In the world you have pressure, but take courage, I have overcome the world. John 16:33.
Just about every prophet complained to Yahuah about the pressure they suffered, But He lets us know that the righteous will be protected, and he will not let the unrighteous win against His people. The thing is our behaviour must complete the Turah of Mashiak. We can see what burdensome behaviour is above and we are to be the opposite to that, all it takes under the ruach is to be obedient to His words. The Three Rules are a wonderful check on ourselves to keep on this path of Righteousness.