God never said that money was evil. He said the love of money is the root of all evil, and for good reason. (I Tim 6:10) When we are financially sound, we tend to stop trusting in God. If we can pay for what we need, why do we need to pray or bother God? Oooh, that’s a bad place to be.
Once we stop looking to God as our source for life and health, we stray into enemy territory with no armor on. Jesus told the story of a rich man who built barns to store his wealth and live the life of ease. But God said to him, Fool! This night your soul will be required of you, then whose will those things be which you have provided? So is he who lays up treasure for himself, and is not rich toward God. (Luk 12:16-21)
God isn’t saying that wealth is bad, but trusting in wealth is dangerous. Lay up treasure toward God and He will bless you. But can He trust you with wealth? Can you keep your heart pure and faithful if you have plenty of money? If that is a weakness in your life, you are better without the millions.
Be hungry for the kingdom of God. Be hungry for the deep things of the Spirit. God will bless your desires when you delight yourself in Him. (Ps 37:4) Be satisfied where you are and let God give you the treasures of heaven. You have no idea what doors that will open.