In the morning watch, the LORD looked down on the Egyptian camp through the pillar of fire and cloud, and he threw the Egyptian camp into confusion.
"I'll go ahead of you and terrorize all the people to whom you are coming. I'll confuse your enemies and make them turn their backs on you and run away.
Confound them, Lord, and confuse their speech, because I have seen violence and strife in the city.
The LORD will afflict you with insanity, blindness, and mental confusion.
The LORD has mixed within them a spirit of confusion; so they make Egypt stagger in all that it does, like a drunkard staggers around in his vomit.
The couriers went out, urged on by the king's command, and the edict was issued in Susa the capital. The king and Haman sat down to drink, while the city of Susa was thrown into confusion.
because Herod was afraid of John. He knew that John was a righteous and holy man, and so he protected him. Whenever he listened to John, he did much of what he said. In fact, he liked listening to him.
Now Herod the tetrarch heard about everything that was happening. He was puzzled because it was said by some that John had been raised from the dead,
So King Belshazzar became even more frightened, and his facial expression showed it. His officials also were thrown into confusion.
At that time,' declares the LORD, "I will strike every horse with panic and every rider with insanity. I will keep my eyes on the house of Judah, but I will blind every horse of the invading armies.
Startled by his statement, she tried to figure out what his greeting meant.
While they were puzzling over this, two men in dazzling robes suddenly stood beside them.
When that sound came, a crowd quickly gathered, startled because each one heard the disciples speaking in his own language.
All of them continued to be stunned and puzzled, and they kept asking one another, "What can this mean?"
When the commander of the Temple guards and the high priests heard these words, they were utterly at a loss as to what could have happened to them.
While Peter was still at a loss to know what the vision he had seen could mean, the men sent by Cornelius asked for Simon's house and went to the gate.
I was puzzled how I should investigate such matters, so I asked if he would like to go to Jerusalem and be tried there for these things.
2 Corinthians 4:8
In every way we're troubled but not crushed, frustrated but not in despair,
Indeed, I wish I were with you right now so that I could change the tone of my voice, because I am completely baffled by you!