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Charles Albury, the famous actor, wrote a verse which many from his day to ours could say has been their experience, too:
"I reveled underneath the moon,
I slept beneath the sun;
I lived a life of going to,
But—died with nothing done.
Yes, going to, but never doing it; halting between two opinions until too late, he "died with nothing done."
This stanza is Charles Albury's epitaph, written with his own hand, and shows that the Spirit of God had convicted him time and again, but he lived a life of going to, saying to himself, "Some day I'll accept God's salvation," but apparently never deciding for Christ.