Once you are in the Kingdom it is just the reverse. You work, earn money for your family, all your needs are met and you have a surplus which you store in a bank or invest in assets. It is well said in the Scriptures that this policy is applicable to the children of God.
In Ruth 2:14 we read,"and she ate and was satisfied and kept some back." Naomi had never experienced such a phenomenon before. She has gleaned fields as Ruth did but had nothing left over which made her decide to move over to Moab when the famine struck Bethlehem.
God does not put to shame His people by making them go through poor conditions of life. He does not gain anything by making you poor. In fact, poverty is a curse. God restores whatever you have lost once you accept Him as Savior and Lord. We read in Joel 2:26 "You shall eat in plenty and be satisfied and praise the name of the Lord your God." Verse 27 says "My people shall never be put to shame."
He is a God who simply wants to bless you. In Mark 6 we read from verse 30 - 44 about Jesus feeding the five thousand. Jesus performed a miracle to feed the five thousand plus people. We read in verse 42 "So they all ate and were filled. Verse 43: "And they took up twelve baskets full of fragments and of the fish." This is the exact principle which is applicable for each of us who belong to the Lord's Kingdom. The remaining twelve baskets were for the twelve disciples who acted in disbelief as we read in verse 37.
If you believe that you are in the Kingdom of God and if you find hard to meet both ends you really need to open your eyes as God opened the eyes of the lost son in Luke 15:17 "But when he came to himself, he said, 'How many of my father's hired servants have bread enough and to spare.....
Beloved, follow the principles of God's Kingdom and be blessed.