Here is what I have to share with you. Take care of what you have. Manage it well. Be prudent and be resourceful. The Father will bless you with much more. Remember what god said in His Constitution through His servant Solomon: The plans of the diligent lead surely to plenty, but those of everyone who is hasty surely to poverty. As an effective manager, you will be like Joseph, whose godliness and diligence kept him within the protection of God and enabled him to draw others in to the same safe place. (Read Genesis chapters 37-41)
Those words of King Solomon apply to individuals who ask for handouts. If you spend time with someone who wants a handout or something for nothing, keep in mind that you are in bad company, people that are taking the easy way out by using you. All they will get for holding their hand out is more poverty. If you need money, you should not just ask for it. You really should ask "What can I do for you to earn some money?" Stop looking for a handout and start looking for a hand up. It shows respect for the individual you have offered to work for and by the way, it shows self-respect as well. It shows that you want to be diligent, to manager your efforts and to manage your relationships. This is a primary principle of the Kingdom. Overcoming crisis depends on good or great management, and good management is the same as godly stewardship. If you live by God's principles, you will reap the increase. if you manage what He has given you, He will be able to trust you with much more.
Always keep God's Word in the forefront of your mind. Remember what God's Constitution states: The preparations of the heart belong to men, but the answer of the tongue is from the Lord.
Just a note: It is not wrong to plan, but it is wrong to plan what the Lord has expressly forbidden. That is what the scripture is stating. Always be diligent in whatever you do.
Proverbs 21:5 Proverbs 16:1