SB 4.21.48

vīra-varya pitaḥ pṛthvyāḥ
 samāḥ sañjīva śāśvatīḥ
yasyedṛśy acyute bhaktiḥ
 sarva-lokaika-bhartari
Synonyms: 
vīra-varya — the best of the warriors; pitaḥ — the father; pṛthvyāḥ — of the globe; samāḥ — equal to in years; sañjīva — live; śāśvatīḥ — forever; yasya — whose; īdṛśī — like this; acyute — unto the Supreme; bhaktiḥ — devotion; sarva — all; loka — planets; eka — one; bhartari — maintainer.
Translation: 
All the saintly brāhmaṇas thus addressed Pṛthu Mahārāja: O best of the warriors, O father of this globe, may you be blessed with a long life, for you have great devotion to the infallible Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is the master of all the universe.
Purport: 

Pṛthu Mahārāja was blessed by the saintly persons present at the meeting to have a long life because of his unflinching faith and his devotion to the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Although one’s duration of life is limited in years, if by chance one becomes a devotee, he surpasses the duration prescribed for his life; indeed, sometimes yogīs die according to their wish, not according to the laws of material nature. Another feature of a devotee is that he lives forever because of his infallible devotion to the Lord. It is said, kīrtir yasya sa jīvati: “One who leaves a good reputation behind him lives forever.” Specifically, one who is reputed as a devotee of the Lord undoubtedly lives forever. When Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu was talking with Rāmānanda Rāya, Caitanya Mahāprabhu inquired, “What is the greatest reputation?” Rāmānanda Rāya replied that a person who is reputed as a great devotee has the greatest reputation, for a devotee not only lives forever in the Vaikuṇṭha planets, but by his reputation he also lives forever within this material world.