I once had a chat with a woman I and we talked about my demons and their effect in my life. She asked me, to the effect "would you be holy, free from sin, and still have problems after problem?" The answer is YES.
I long for the day I'll sin no more.
All Christians long for the day when they will die to sin in actuality, they long for freedom from the tyranny of sin in my heart, so do I. If God will offer me all the pleasures of this life and not take away my sin I'll spit at His face. I will take all the afflictions in this world if I will only be holy. I despise all comforts for the pleasure of holiness.
I would rather spend my life here in a dark dungeon with no chance of escape than continue in sin. I will give up this life any day than spend a moment more carrying sin in the soul.
All Christians long for the day they can look at the glorious Saviour without having to appeal to His blood to grant them mercy before the Father.
Yes, I will want to be holy and keep all my demons for I follow in the steps of the Puritans. I was created for holiness and I desire holiness in the inner man. Christ has delivered me from the power and penalty of sin, so I do not have to sin of necessity. But I still sin. I long for the day I will sin no more much more than I long for my next breath. Save me O God from this body of sin.