This Psalm continues to describe the anguish of the body and mind, to the completeness of the physical and emotional distress that is caused by the sin nature within us.
Feeble, refers to the feeling of coldness, or without warmth, being chilled.
Broken, means to break in pieces, to be small, to crush, and is typically used to indicate a broken spirit as in crushed by pain or sorrow.
Roared, refers to crying out in helpless anguish because of the suffering.
Disquietness, refers to the tears of groaning or crying, and represents the deeper emotional groanings of the heart.
By ignoring or remaining indifferent toward ones spiritual life, the sin nature overwhelms the body and mind with emotional and physical stresses and anguish, for which there is no human solution.
One of the many reasons for pursuing spiritual growth, and living within the spiritual sphere, is to avoid these conditions which are described.
It matters not whether you are wealthy or poor, talented or plain, the sin nature controls and eventually destroys everyone equally, and without bias.
And even though we are trapped within these physical bodies during this life, the resource of a daily Bible study, and the spiritual life, mitigate the effects that the sin nature has on ones life.
To avoid or ignore your spiritual life, is a fool’s choice.
To pursue, and enjoy the benefits of the spiritual life, is one of the simplest things that a person can do.