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Duplicate the layer, change the colors of the text to black and white, then use it as an adjustment layer on top of your other text. alternately, use a further duplicate as matte on your unmodified layer. If you created the coloring using text animators, you could also simply duplicate and add another text animator for opacity to hide the letters you don't want... Quite a few options. Really depends on what you want and how your project is set up.
YOU COULD ALSO DUPLICATE THE LAYER, THEN ADD A MASK ON THE TYPE AND PUT A GLOW EFFECT ON IT.
If you're using Range Selection animation, you could use the method described by Mylenium to start, but then use a range selector to create BLUR on the text to be used as the glow. Express the range selectors together so the colored text and the blur text share the same range selector animation properties.