The unsaved man. The saved man.

(Stephen Tyng, "Christ is All")

The unsaved man sees no beauty or attraction
in Jesus. He has not felt His pardoning love.
He has not tasted His transforming grace,
therefore he know nothing of the exceeding
excellence of Jesus.

The saved man is entirely satisfied with Jesus
as his eternal portion. He finds in the knowledge
and love Jesus, in the enjoyment of His presence
and the contemplation of His glory, that which
meets all his desires, and fulfills all his expectations.

The enjoyments which Jesus gives him, renders
the baubles of this world, in all their shapes,
exceedingly trifling and worthless.