Many times believers may love the thought of Jesus saving them but not the thought of being obedient to Him. At times Christians often play with fire, enjoying their sin and not letting go of it. Saying in their hearts, "Everything will be okay; Jesus did die on a cross for me!" Often using Jesus as a 'get out of Hell free card'
We must realize that Jesus died for our sins, NOT for us to sin. Though we may stumble in areas, we are not to live a defeated life, constantly falling into the same old temptations. Jesus died and rose to dwell within us and give us the power to resist temptation.
Many times people want all of the blessings without any of the required sacrifice. This doesn't only go for things that are apparent sin in our lives. If God is telling you to let go of a situation, an object, or a person and you are not obedient to what He says; it then becomes sin because you are not obeying God. He wants us to be willing to depart from anything to get closer to Him Jesus says
Matthew 10:39 Whoever finds their life will lose it, and whoever loses their life for my sake will find it. Whoever finds their life will lose it, and whoever loses their life for my sake will find it.
So I will end by asking this..do you only want Jesus as your Savior? Or do you also want Him as Lord of your life?