I'm inclined to go with this answer.
"Perhaps this:? Ecclesiastes 1:18:"For in much wisdom is much grief: and he that increaseth knowledge increaseth sorrow."
---Nana on 11/14/07"
I do believe that when you witness to another person about Jesus Christ, if that person refuses to receive Jesus Christ, you have placed them in more danger than before you witness to them.
Another word by increasing their knowledge you have increased their responsibility.
---mima on 11/3/08|
"burden of knowledge" ? Who's burden would that be? Where did the burden originate? Be careful what you give credence to, that phase means nothing, as to being relevant to our Father or His word.
According to the Father "The burden of the LORD shall you mention no more, for every man's word shall be his burden, for you have perverted the words of the living God. Thus shall you say to the prophet [of this so called burden], What has the LORD answered you? and, What has the LORD spoken? But since you say, The burden of the LORD, therefore thus saith the LORD, Because you say this word, The burden of the LORD.......I will bring an everlasting reproach upon you, and a perpetual shame,..."
---joseph on 11/2/08|
Yes I've heard this. The more knowledge we have about God and his word, the more he requires of us. And expects us to do. Until a person comes to the knowledge of God's word, they must abide by it. If they have no knowledge of God's word or even parts of it, God doesn't expect anything from that person. It has hard at times, giving the gift of discerning the spirits, knowning what God expects a person to do and they know to do it, but don't you just want to shake them to wake them up.
---Rebecca_D on 11/17/07|
Jack: Because my beliefs come from scripture only. I do not follow manmade traditions and place them on the same plane as scripture. I don't believe it is really any more difficult than that. If one prefers to follow their church's tradition even when it directly conflicts with scripture, then I feel they are lost and need our prayers.
---Debbie_in_Ohio on 11/16/07|
RESPONSIBILITY. I beleive this is speaking about with knowledge comes responsibility.
---Whisper on 11/15/07|
** Another possibility (but only my opinion) ...**
Debbie, how do you know for sure that YOU are not the one being falsely led? Because you say you're not?
---Jack on 11/15/07|
Another possibility (but only my opinion) is that with the knowledge of salvation also comes the knowledge of those who are being falsely led (by false doctrine, etc.) and also the knowledge of sometimes those in one's own family not coming to Christ and knowing where they will one day end up. It can be overwhelming.
---Debbie_in_Ohio on 11/14/07|
Perhaps this:? Ecclesiastes 1:18:"For in much wisdom is much grief: and he that increaseth knowledge increaseth sorrow."
---Nana on 11/14/07|
To me it means that you must spread the Good News of the Bible to people who have'nt heard it.
---Buddy on 11/14/07|
As the term is being used here, it sounds like code word for somebody interfering in someone else's business.
---Jack on 11/14/07|
Yes, It means the person has been given information by the Spirit, of certain things to pray for that have a tendency to weigh the person down if they get too personally involved with the knowleddge. It could be likened to the Spirit letting you know that terrorists are going to blow up a big bridge tomorrow. This could be a burden of knowledge to you.
---john on 11/14/07|
It is terminology that is used by those in the Social gospel movement of which the emergent church/village falls under.
Burden of knowledge - being wise in your own eyes.
Pride goes before a fall.
---Michelle on 11/14/07|