CC Antya 3.180

ānuṣaṅgika phala nāmera — ‘mukti’, ‘pāpa-nāśa’
tāhāra dṛṣṭānta yaiche sūryera prakāśa
Word for word: 
ānuṣaṅgika — concomitant; phala — result; nāmera — of the holy name; mukti — liberation; pāpa-nāśa — extinction of the resultant actions of sinful life; tāhāra — of that; dṛṣṭānta — example; yaiche — as; sūryera prakāśa — light of the sun.
Translation: 
“Liberation and extinction of the reactions of sinful life are two concomitant by-products of chanting the holy name of the Lord. An example is found in the gleams of morning sunlight.