Jesus Christ indicated that Christians were supposed to be the light of the world. The light that Jesus implied needed to be put on a hill, for everyone to benefit. This was to be characterized in people who would have adopted the principles of God’s Kingdom (Matthew 5:14).
If what transpires in the Christian world can be classified as confusion, then, we have to identify causes. Otherwise, there would be no reason for ordinary people to fumble in darkness, as appears to be the case.
The greatest challenge facing humanity is failure to appreciate the role of Jesus on earth. Christian churches are supposed to represent Jesus’ mission here on earth. The first challenge we encounter is that those Christians are not united, in terms of portraying Jesus’ values, as meant to bring order.
Each grouping claims to be authentic, where the rest are viewed as missing the mark. That aspect of confusion cannot be mistaken for the light that those Christians are expected to project, according to Jesus. [See “Order is only characterized in Jesus”].
God is the same, yesterday, today and forever. However, in Jesus, we have what it takes to become God’s own image. In Jesus, we are enabled to acquire the qualities that bring us to the values of Godly nature.