Read Galatians 6:2
The word “carry” or “bear” means to support, carry away, bear up under. The word “burden” means a hardship or a tremendous weight. It’s kind of like a super hero flying in at the last second to stop a train falling over the edge of a broken bridge from hitting a little boy down below!
Read the rest of Galatians 6:1-6
On Sunday, Jim listed some qualities that dwell in the heart of a burden bearer.
Having the heart of a burden bearer means to put aside your own desires and needs, listen to the needs of others, and help support the weight they carry.