I am feeble and grievously broken: I have roared by reason of the disquietness of my heart. I am numb, completely crushed; my anguished heart makes me groan aloud. I am worn out and utterly crushed; my heart is troubled, and I groan with pain. 4. iniquities--afflictions in punishment of sin ( 2 Samuel 16:12 , Psalms 31:10 , 40:12 ). Verses 1-11 Nothing will disquiet the heart of a good man so much as the sense of God's anger. Follow the buttons in the right-hand column for detailed definitions and verses that use the same root words. The loathsomeness, corruption, and wasting torture of severe physical disease set forth his mental anguish ( Psalms 38:6 ). Deep and hoarse is the voice of sorrow, and often inarticulate and terrible. I have been feeble and smitten -- unto excess, I have roared from disquietude of heart. When our prayers appear to be rather animal than spiritual, they are none the less prevalent with the pitiful Father of mercy. I have roared, etc. This may mean to remind God of His mercy, as its preface here and in Psalm 70 both introduce pleas for God to make haste in providing deliverance (cf. The original is "benumbed," or frozen, such strange incongruities and contradictions meet in a distracted mind and a sick body -- it appears to itself to be alternately parched with heat and pinched with cold.
Your arrows have pierced me, and your hand has come down on me. I am exhausted and completely crushed. This shows the English words related to the source biblical texts along with brief definitions. Verse 8. I am exhausted and completely crushed.
(Compare Psalms 22:19 , 35:3 ). In "something to do" there are several things to make you think of Jesus. Like David, Jesus did not say anything when people said bad things about him. Conviction of Sexual Sin Psalm 38:5-7; 10, 17-18 Elder Clarence Weaver Introduction David begins this psalm by requesting God to not discipline him in anger or wrath. (37-9) I am afflicted and humbled exceedingly: I roared with the groaning of my heart. Psalm 38:8 (NKJV)
. In it, David is rehearsing the fact that his sin has caused God to attack him. Psalm 38:8 (HNV)
I moan from the pain I feel.
Psalm 38:8 (JUB)
Psalm 38:8 (LEB)
I am faint and severely crushed; I groan because of the anguish of my heart. I am faint and severely bruised. I am utterly spent and crushed; I groan because of the tumult of my heart. Psalm 38:8 (ASV)
The less we notice the unkindness and injuries that are done us, the more we consult the quiet of our own minds. I am feeble and utterly crushed; I groan in anguish of heart.
Psalm 38 - A psalm of David. I am weak and faint. I am tormented, and made low full greatly (I am tormented, and brought down so very low); I roared for the wailing of mine heart. All terms of frequent use. Salem Media Group.
Sir Richard Baker. He deprecates deserved punishment, which is described ( Psalms 6:1 ), under the figure of bodily disease ( Psalms 38:3 ). Nothing goes nearer to the heart of a believer when in affliction, than to be under the apprehension of God's deserting him; nor does any thing come more feelingly from his heart than this prayer, "Be not far from me."
What does this verse really mean? To bring to remembrance, or, remind God of His mercy and himself of his sin.
Is it not, therefore, a roaring, perhaps not so much in loudness as in an inarticulate expressing? I am feeble and sorely broken; I have groaned because of the disquiet of my heart. I feel as if I've been broken in pieces. Verse 8. I have groaned by reason of the anguish of my heart. Psalm 38:8 (RHE)
David's sins and his afflictions are the cause of his grief and the matter of his complaints.
I am faint and severely bruised. Psalm 38:8 (CEB)
Psalm 38:8 (TMB)
But our enemies do us real mischief only when they drive us from God and our duty. (1-11) The psalmist's sufferings and prayers. 21, 22. I am feeble and sore broken: I have roared by reason of the disquietness of my heart. I am feeble and sore broken: I have roared by reason of the disquietness of my heart. Please enter your email address associated with your Salem All-Pass account, then click Continue. The heart learns groanings which cannot be uttered, and the voice fails to tone and tune itself to human speech. Psalm 38 is the 38th psalm of the Book of Psalms and titled "A psalm of David to bring to remembrance." I have roared by reason of the disquietness of my heart. We'll send you an email with steps on how to reset your password. The most wonderful features in this Psalm, are the depth of misery into which the psalmist gradually plunges in his complaints in the first part of it, the sudden grasp at the arm of mercy and omnipotence that is made in Ps 38:8, and the extreme height of comfort and consolation that it reaches in the end. 18. I have been feeble and smitten -- unto excess, I have roared from disquietude of heart.
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