How can I be more miserable

BWV 48I miserable man, who will redeem me  1. Coro
Tromba, oboe I / II, violino I / II, viola, continuo I miserable man, who will deliver me from the body of this death?   2. Recitative A
Violino I / II, viola, continuo Oh pain, oh misery, if it hits me,
By the poison of sins
In my chest and veins rages:
The world will be a place of sickness and death for me,
The body has its plagues
Carry with you to the grave.
The soul alone feels the strongest poison,
So that they infected;
So when the pain hits the body of death
If you taste the cross cup bitter,
So he drives a fervent sigh out of her.
  3rd chorale
Tromba e Oboe I / II e Violino I col Soprano, Violino II coll 'Alto, Viola col Tenore, Continuo Should it be like this
That punishment and torment
Must follow sin
So go on
And take care there
And let me atone here.
  4. Aria A
Solo oboe, continuo Oh, lay the Sodom of the sinful members,
If it is your will, destroy it!
Just take care of the soul and make it pure,
To be a holy Zion before you.
  5. Recitativo T
Continuo But here does the Savior's hand
Even among the dead miracles.
Your soul seems to be dead
The body weakened and all corrupted,
But we know the power of Jesus:
He knows what is spiritually weak
To make the body healthy, the soul strong.
  6. Aria T
Oboe, violino I / II, viola, continuo Jesus forgive me my sins
This is how my body and soul become healthy.
He can make the dead alive
And shows himself strong in the weak,
He keeps the long-established covenant,
That we end up being helped in faith.
  7th chorale
Tromba e Oboe I / II e Violino I col Soprano, Violino II coll 'Alto, Viola col Tenore, Continuo Lord Jesus Christ, some consolation,
I will turn to you;
You are well aware of my heartache
You can and will end it.
Placed in your will,
Do it, dear God, as you like it:
Your stay and I want to stay.