Srimad Bhagvata Mahapurana: Book 10: Chapter 38: Verses 18-25
Even though I have been sent by Kamsa as his messenger, Sri Krsna (the immortal Lord)-who is omniscient and the Knower of all bodies and who witnesses with His unclouded vision the activity of the mind, existing as He does inside as well as outside the latter-will not (I am sure) harbour a feeling of enmity towards me. If He smilingly looks on me-fallen at the soles of His feet with a fully controlled mind and joined palms-with a compassionate eye, I shall forthwith be absolved from all sins and, completely rid of (all) fear (of rebirth etc.), experience supreme bliss. Again, when He folds in His long arms me, his most sincere friend and kinsman exclusively devoted to Him, my body will at once be actually turned into a (veritable) sanctuary and my bonds in the form of Karma will fall off from it. When I have thus enjoyed His (blissful) embrace and stand bowing low (before Him) with joined palms, Sri Krsna (of wide renown) will address me in the words 'Uncle Akrura !' Then (alone) will my birth be fruitful. Fie upon that birth of him who is not accepted as His own by Sri Krsna (the Supreme Lord).