I am weak and faint. Verse 1. David's troubles were the chastisement and the consequence of his transgressions, whilst Christ suffered for our sins and ours only. Jean Baptiste Elias Avrillon, 1652-1729. What does this verse really mean? If we are truly penitent for sin, that will make us patient under affliction. Verse 8. I'm worn out, completely crushed; I groan because of my miserable heart. 22; 70:1,5). Psalms 38:1-22 . A petition. Let’s turn to Psalm 38. The true believer's trouble will be made useful; he will learn to wait for his God, and will not seek relief from the world or himself. Like David, Jesus did not say anything when people said bad things about him. Follow the buttons in the right-hand column for detailed definitions and verses that use the same root words. David was very sensible of the present workings of corruption in him. I am feeble and sorely broken; I have groaned because of the disquiet of my heart. I have been feeble and smitten -- unto excess, I have roared from disquietude of heart. 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." I am benumbed and badly crushed; I groan because of the agitation of my heart. Please enter your email address associated with your Salem All-Pass account, then click Continue. David, in the complaints he makes of his enemies, seems to refer to Christ. 21, 22. This does not require us to apply the confessions of sin, but only the pains or penalties which He bore for us. “Since with God to remember is to act, this word speaks of laying before Him a situation that cries out for His help.” (Derek Kidner) It is a song full of pain and dark with guilt, as David felt the sore effects (seemingly both physical and spiritual) of his sin. I am exhausted and completely crushed. Appealing to God for relief from His heavy chastisement, the Psalmist avows his integrity before men, complains of the defection of friends and persecution of enemies, and in a submissive spirit, casting himself on God, with penitent confession he pleads God's covenant relation and his innocence of the charges of his enemies, and prays for divine comfort and help. It is difficult for a true penitent, in the bitterness of his soul, to go over the life which he has dragged on in sinfulness, without groaning and sighing from the bottom of his heart. I am feeble and sorely broken; I have groaned because of the disquiet of my heart. Psalm 38:8 Translation & Meaning. Psalm 38:8 (RHE) light . Your arrows have pierced me, and your hand has come down on me. I groan because of the great pain in my heart. (1-11) The psalmist's sufferings and prayers. I am feeble and grievously broken: I have roared by reason of the disquietness of my heart. Proud member Like souls in the Popish fabled Purgatory, tossed from burning furnaces into thick ice, so tormented hearts rush from one extreme to the other, with equal torture in each. (37-9) I am afflicted and humbled exceedingly: I roared with the groaning of my heart. 4. iniquities--afflictions in punishment of sin ( 2 Samuel 16:12 , Psalms 31:10 , 40:12 ). I moan from the pain I feel. Salem Media Group. Psalm 38:8 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Psalm 38:8, NIV: "I am feeble and utterly crushed; I groan in anguish of heart." Psalm 38:8 (GNT) I am feeble and sore broken] Through the length and nature of my distemper, Isaiah 38:10; Isaiah 38:12. Psalm 38:8 (NIV) Psalm 38:8 (BBE) 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. I am feeble and sore broken: I have roared by reason of the disquietness of my heart. Psalm 38:8 (CEB) I roar because my heart's in turmoil. Psalm 38:8 (RSV) Article Images Copyright © 2020 Getty Images unless otherwise indicated. But how can roaring stand with feebleness, which seems to require a strength of spirits? Psalm 38:8 (TMBA) 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. . Yet many let their wounds rankle, because they delay to go to their merciful Friend. The heart learns groanings which cannot be uttered, and the voice fails to tone and tune itself to human speech. Compiled & Edited by BST & Crosswalk Staff, Compiled & Edited by BibleStudyTools Staff, California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. In the Greek Septuagint version of the Bible, and in the Latin Vulgate, this psalm is Psalm 37 in a slightly different numbering system. Crushed as in a mill, pounded as in a mortar. Psalm 38:8 (JUB) Psalm 38 is a lament psalm. Compiled & Edited by BST & Crosswalk Staff, Compiled & Edited by BibleStudyTools Staff, Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise), Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible, California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. I am feeble. I am feeble and grievously broken: I have roared by reason of the disquietness of my heart. I am feeble and crushed down; I gave a cry like a lion because of the grief in my heart. I am faint and severely crushed; I groan because of the anguish of my heart. This is one of the penitential psalms; it is full of grief and complaint from the beginning to the end. I am feeble and sore broken : I have roared by reason of the disquietness of my heart. Proud member I am faint and severely bruised. Psalm 38:8 (TMB) Psalm 38:8 (ASV) Psalm 38:8 (CEBA) I'm worn out, completely crushed; I groan because of my miserable heart. And sore broken. My groans come from an anguished heart. I am feeble and sorely broken; I have groaned because of the disquiet of my heart. He patiently submits, uttering no reproaches or replies ( John 19:9 ) to their insulting speeches; 15-17. for he is confident the Lord--literally, "Sovereign" (to whom he was a servant), would answer his prayer ( Psalms 3:4 , 4:1 ), and not permit their triumph in his partial halting, of which he was in danger. Friends desert, but foes increase in malignity. Where sin is, there will never be but unquietness of heart; and an unquiet heart will always produce these miserable effects -- feebleness of body, dejectedness of mind, and roaring of voice. I am worn out and utterly crushed; my heart is troubled, and I groan with pain. The guilt of sin is a burden to the whole creation, which groans under it. I am exhausted and completely crushed. Psalm 38:8, ESV: "I am feeble and crushed; I groan because of the tumult of my heart." New International Version I am feeble and utterly crushed; I groan in anguish of heart. 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. Please enter your email address associated with your Salem All-Pass account, then click Continue. I am faint and sore bruised: I have groaned by reason of the disquietness of my heart. Psalm 32 is split into two voices. Psalm 38:8 (NCV) and thy hand--the sharp and heavy afflictions he suffered ( Deuteronomy 32:23 ).

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