CC Madhya 6.270
sārūpyaikatvam apy uta
dīyamānaṁ na gṛhṇanti
vinā mat-sevanaṁ janāḥ
sālokya — the liberation of living in the same planet as the Lord; sārṣṭi — to have opulence exactly like that of the Lord; sāmīpya — to associate always with the Lord; sārūpya — to achieve a body like that of the Lord; ekatvam — to merge into the body of the Lord; api — although; uta — it is said; dīyamānam — being offered; na — not; gṛhṇanti — do accept; vinā — without; mat — My; sevanam — service; janāḥ — the pure devotees.
Sārvabhauma Bhaṭṭācārya concluded, “ ‘Even though he is offered all kinds of liberation, the pure devotee does not accept them. He is fully satisfied engaging in the service of the Lord.’ ”