Your prosperity and success, and your good fortune, certainly may be influenced by changing conditions, but even then depending on how you deal with them. However, your good is always deeply rooted in what Jesus called, "the kingdom of God within." And then when he said, "It is your Father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom," he was saying that your fortune is an unborn possibility of limitless life, and yours is the privilege of giving birth to it. As Walt Whitman sings, "Henceforth I ask not good fortune. I myself am good fortune."
A great idea that may help you unlearn some of the errors of human consciousness is this: I am a most important person to God, for I am God's living enterprise. God is not off somewhere in space where you must strain to reach Him to get Him to work a miracle for you "if you are lucky." God is on your side. God has a stake in you. God is not someone to reach for but a presence to accept. Instead of dwelling on how difficult things are for you, turn often to the center of your being and relax in the assurance that you are God's living enterprise and that your good fortune is secure because it is God's good pleasure to give it to you. Eric Butterworth/Spiritual Economics