Not everything is meant to be understood. Sometimes people send mixed signals. Other times you’re not part of the equation in their lives so you’re caught unaware. In a relationship, you get confused when your boyfriend is hot one day and emotionless the next. It’s like, is he or isn’t he into you? Even among friends, if you’re not in the “inner circle”, or part of the clique, you’re probably the last to know that there was a grand get together last night but you weren’t invited.
Confusion is a state of uncertainty. Baffled. Bewildered. Puzzled. Perplexed. They’re all nouns to describe that mystified state where you try to understand the discombobulation in front of you.
“You can either focus on what’s tearing you apart, or what’s holding you together.”
I get it when people tell me that when things get “confusing”, they can’t think straight and make decisions based on the situation at hand. Sometimes they may be right, other times, wrong.
There’s really no answer on how to handle a confusing situation. Discernment is a key consideration. And oftentimes we get too engrossed in that state of bewilderment that we lose track of the road we travel.
Never give up on faith and hope in the midst of confusion. God will always be on our side and will never let you down when you need Him most. Trust me. I’ve been there.