BG Chap 7 - The fourth type of devotee with desires

Previously three types of devotees with desires (karma-miśra-bhaktas) - the distressed, the curious and the desirer of wealth - surrendering to Kṛṣṇa and becoming successful were described The worshippers of devatās (also sakāma) fall down. The fourth kind strives for freedom from birth and death, and takes refuge in the Lord. Such a person knows Brahman, the jīva, who is present as the controller of the body, impressions which stick to the jīva, and the force of karma upon the jīva. Desiring only freedom from birth and death, they worship the Lord’s Deity, by offering respects and other actions to Him. They know about the impressions which cause the jīva to act and the results of such actions (karma). By worshipping the Lord’s form they realize the objects of realization (Brahman, adhyātma, and karma) and attain liberation, but do not bring the Lord under control or become objects of His affection. Only persons who perform activities in Kṛṣṇa consciousness are actually entitled to be called Brahman, because they are actually endeavoring to reach the Kṛṣṇa planet. Such persons have no misgivings about Kṛṣṇa, and thus they are factually Brahman.