and I am full of heaviness;
as he was in the garden, ( Mark 14:33 ) ; or, "very sick, [yea], incurably sick", as the word F7 signifies; see ( 2 Samuel 12:15 ) ( Jeremiah 30:12 Jeremiah 30:15 ) . For what cure is there for a broken heart?
and I looked [for some] to take pity, but [there was] none; and for
comforters, but I found none:
his disciples forsook him and fled; the priests, scribes, and common people, that attended him at the cross, mocking him; the thieves that were crucified with him reviled him; and his Father hid his face from him; only a few women stood afar off and lamented.
F7 (hvwnaw) "adeo ut afficiar aegritudine", Junius & Tremellius, Piscator; "dolui vel aegritudine affectus sum", Gejerus.