Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [b'ɝdənz]
"He does help us bear our burdens in a wonderful way."
At home the burdens of the people were extremely heavy.
I know how sweet you are; but the last thing I want is to add to your burdens.
And then may God grant unto you that your burdens may be light, through the joy of his Son.
It is not that I wish to avoid my share of the world's burdens, but that justice should be done.
The trained elephant does the work of twenty men piling logs, loading ships, or carrying burdens.
Nor did they relish spending more money publishing more literature, in short, adding greatly to the burdens of their campaign.
He had often said he had no pity for those who accepted burdens and then complained that they had not sufficient strength to carry them.
It was, of course, a comfort to have some one to share his sorrows; but it pained his tender heart to make another help bear his burdens.
The expense of the army and navy was great, and the ministry, in striving to lighten the burdens of the people, turned their eyes to the colonies.