Jeremiah 4:19 NABRE
My body! my body! how I writhe The walls of my heart! My heart beats wildly, I cannot be still; For I myself have heard the blast of the horn, the battle cry.
The context here is a prophecy in which God promises redemption to the people of the north (Israel) if they repent, but strictly warns the people of the south that they will soon face an invasion:
Jeremiah 4:3, 11-13 NABRE
3 For to the people of Judah and Jerusalem, thus says the Lord... 11... A scorching wind from the bare heights comes through the wilderness toward my daughter, the people. 12 Not to winnow, not to cleanse, a strong wind from there comes at my bidding. Now I too pronounce sentence upon them. 13 See! like storm clouds he advances, like a whirlwind, his chariots; Swifter than eagles, his horses:
Question: Does verse 4:19 express
a) God's heart of anguish, expressed anthropomorphically
b) the prophet's own spiritual experience
c) his physical experience as it occurs in real-time and/or
d) a prediction of a future experience either of the prophet or the people of Judah?