In Judaism, must נְבִיאִים Neviim feel happiness in order לְהִנָּבֵא to prophesy?
After we read 2 Kings 3:15,
Now then, get me a musician.” As the musician played, the hand of the LORD came upon him, ( וְעַתָּ֖ה קְחוּ־לִ֣י מְנַגֵּ֑ן וְהָיָה֙ כְּנַגֵּ֣ן הַֽמְנַגֵּ֔ן וַתְּהִ֥י עָלָ֖יו יַד־יְהוָֽה )
we are given commentaries telling us a נָבִיא Navi cannot prophesy when angry.
Regarding 2 Kings 3:15, Metzudat David claims :
Bring me a minstrel: To make me happy with his song, because of the anger Elisha had towards Yehoram, he did not receive prophecy, for prophecy is only received in happiness, and anger brings sadness
The concept of prophecy requiring happiness does not match the emotional sadness of Yirmiyahu in Jeremiah 13 - verse :
For if you will not give heed, My inmost self must weep, Because of your arrogance; My eye must stream and flow With copious tears, Because the flock of the LORD Is taken captive. ( וְאִם֙ לֹ֣א תִשְׁמָע֔וּהָ בְּמִסְתָּרִ֥ים תִּבְכֶּֽה־נַפְשִׁ֖י מִפְּנֵ֣י גֵוָ֑ה וְדָמֹ֨עַ תִּדְמַ֜ע וְתֵרַ֤ד עֵינִי֙ דִּמְעָ֔ה כִּ֥י נִשְׁבָּ֖ה עֵ֥דֶר יְהוָֽה )
Was Yirmiyahu "happy" while saying בְּמִסְתָּרִ֥ים תִּבְכֶּֽה־נַפְשִׁ֖י "my inmost self must weep"? - If Yirmiyahu was not happy, then was he prophesying?
In Tehillim 30:12 we read הָפַ֣כְתָּ מִסְפְּדִי֘ לְמָח֪וֹל ֫לִ֥י פִּתַּ֣חְתָּ שַׂקִּ֑י וַתְּאַזְּרֵ֥נִי שִׂמְחָֽה which appears to mean שִׂמְחָֽה Joy comes - [after] Mourning.
- How is it possible Yirmiyahu's "sadness" could come [from] שִׂמְחָֽה simchah, and not from כַּעַס kaas? - If Yirmiyahu's sadness came from כַּעַס kaas, then his words cannot be considered prophecy. (Correct?)