Jesus recommended his disciples to avoid loss of time through overmuch social visiting and other trivialities which might detract from wholehearted devotion to preaching the gospel. 
Confusion, being puzzled, even sometimes discouraged and distracted, does not necessarily signify resistance to the leadings of the indwelling Adjuster. 
We all have lives to live in accordance with the will of God, and at all times when we seek to escape the present duty of living by running away to far-off enticements, we thereby put ourselves in the immediate control of those influences which are not directed by the powers of truth and the forces of righteousness. 
In all his teaching Jesus unfailingly avoided distracting details. 
He refused to have his attention diverted from his mission of establishing a new way of salvation; he would not permit himself to be concerned about anything else. 
In his work as carpenter, though Jesus wasted little time upon trifles, he was a painstaking workman when it came to the essentials of any given undertaking.