“Here is what the LORD says concerning the false prophets: My heart and my mind are deeply disturbed. I tremble all over. I am like a drunk person, like a person who has had too much wine, because of the way the LORD and his holy word are being mistreated.”
God’s prophet is disturbed to see the unfaithfulness and godlessness of Israel. (NLT understands the last phrase to indicate the severity of God’s judgment.) The sin of Israel pains him deeply.
It takes a holy person obedient to God’s will to be upset over disobedience. Such anguish leads him to urge the people to repent.