Your actions…. it is said they speak louder than words which is true. Your words may be forgotten but how you act towards another will leave an imprint.
You may portray one side when you are on stage but another manifests when off it. One that is undesirable, that is completely, the opposite of Christ-being untrustworthy, without love etc. Christ calls us to mimic His character; to be like Him. You can only liken yourself to something that exists. When Moses dwelt in the Presence of the Lord, he came out with his face shining like the sun. He drew that from the father. What/whom do you draw from? Do you draw from the world? We are not of this world so we should not liken ourselves to its nature but to the one who made us in His image and likeness. In this world, sons of God are called to be a light in this world, to be salt of the earth. Where you dwell, things should become better and not worse because God Himself dwells in you!
There comes a level in your life where you can teach people through your character; not only through reading the scripture, but by aligning yourself with His word. (2 Corinthians 3:2-3) People can read your life as they read the scripture. This is of great importance as you can even draw unbelievers to Christ just by virtue of how you live.
2 Corinthians 3:18(NKJV) says: “But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as by the Spirit of the Lord”. I do not deny that we all have character flaws….the question is, all you willing to let the potter work on you until you become a vessel of honorable use?