So, there have been some recent happenings in my life concerning certain friends and I was actually quite confused as to their actions. I prayed about it, and got some answers. Some people just aren't worth being around. The Bible says a double minded man is unstable in all his ways. These people harbor spirits that are unholy. When you interact with these people, they tend to be two faced, presenting an appearance of love and friendship, while they turn a knife in your back, for no other reason than the fact that they can.
The Bible also says, that by your fruits you shall know them. Words mean nothing if actions prove you to be in opposition to what you're conjecturing.
The Bible also says that we must not reason with a fool lest we ourselves become foolish. Some people aren't worth the argument, debate or discussion and must be cut off as soon as is humanly possible. The Bible states that if your right hand offends thee, cut it off. If you have tried time after time to be friendly with a genuine spirit, only to be met with opposition , hatred and spite, then you must spare your soul the trial and mental anguish by removing that source from your life, whether it be relative, or friend. The Bible syas you can be angry and sin not, so the key here is to yes, have an emotion towards the situation, because you're human. You will be hurt.cry, scream, pray
Finally, these same people who are quick to bring up your past and remind you of the person you used to be. They see how you comport yourself in the present day and believe it impossible for you to be so holy, high and mighty. The Bible says that the devil is an accuser. He is the accuser of the saints. What God has forgiven you, man may try to dig up, but it is irrelevant, because man's record is impoverished in the cleansing blood of God.
Remember this as you navigate the turbulent waters of your life. The Bible is your compass. God is your guide. This is certainly easier said than done, but continue to wrap His words up in your existence, and you will eventually see your trials as triumphs.