Three Acts

Paul in his letter to the Colossian believers to do three acts. The first is drastic, to put to death certain things, second to put off or set aside certain things, and third to put on or wear certain things. (Colossians 3:5-14)
First act: Put to death: Paul commands to put to death the mundane, earthly aspects of flesh. Death means to destroy or annihilate or exterminate. He lists five things, with which a believer has no connection whatsoever as it endangers spiritual life. Sexual immorality, impurity, passion, evil desire, and covetousness, which is idolatry. (Colossians 3:5)
Second act: Put off: It means to set aside, keep it away or keep a distance from these things. These affect the relationship with others. Such things could affect families, communities, local churches, and society. Anger and wrath are dangerous that could end in violence as murder. Malice and slander could destroy the reputation of someone. Obscene talk dishonors God. Speaking lies with one another erodes trust. The old self, or inner personality should be put off.
Third act: Put on: Paul commands believers who are chosen, beloved, and holy; to put on the new self or become a new creation, which is continuously renewed in the knowledge of God that results in growth in the likeness of His image. The believers are expected to be compassionate, kind, humble, meek, and patient. This is essential to bear with one another: between husband and wife; parents and children; neighbors; brethren and others. Bearing one another cannot be done without forgiving others. This forgiveness is derived from gratefulness as God has forgiven and extended that grace to them. In conclusion, Paul commands to put on love that binds everything together in perfect harmony. The musical instruments are played in such a way in an orchestra to make harmony. Like a musical instrument, each person is unique, but together they make a great harmony. Paul also commands us to put on the whole armor of God to attack and defeat the forces of darkness. (Ephesians 6:10-18)
Have I done these three acts for spiritual growth?