'Confusion' in the Bible
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.
But the LORD your God will deliver them over to you, throwing them into great confusion, until they are destroyed.
The LORD will afflict you with insanity, blindness, and mental confusion.
Then Saul and all the people who were with him assembled and went into battle. Now the swords of all the Philistines were against each other, and there was very great confusion.
"Are things fine with respect to the young man Absalom?" the king asked. Ahimaaz answered, "I saw a lot of confusion about the time Joab was getting ready to send the king's courier and me, your servant, but I'm not sure what was going on."
So they all conspired together to invade and fight against Jerusalem, creating confusion there.
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.
He plucked me out of a pit of confusion, even out of the quicksand; he placed my feet on a rock and established my steps.
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.
For to the Lord GOD of the Heavenly Armies belongs the day of tumult, trampling, and confusion in the Valley of Vision, and the pulling down of his Temple on its mountain.
See, none of them exist, and their deeds are nothing. Their metal images are only wind and confusion.'"
Truly the hills are a deception, and the mountains are confusion. Truly, in the LORD our God is Israel's salvation."
""Your doom has come to you, you who live in the land. The time has arrived, and the day of confusion is near. There will be no shouts of joy on the mountains.
So King Belshazzar became even more frightened, and his facial expression showed it. His officials also were thrown into confusion.
When they came to the home of the synagogue leader, Jesus saw mass confusion. People were crying and sobbing loudly.
He entered the house and asked them, "Why all this confusion and crying? The child isn't dead. She's sleeping."
The city was filled with confusion, and the people rushed into the theater together, dragging with them Gaius and Aristarchus, Paul's fellow travelers from Macedonia.