Economic necessities tie man up with reality, and personal religious experience brings this same man face to face with the eternal realities of an ever-expanding and progressing cosmic citizenship. 
Men and women become confused in their efforts to understand themselves and to grapple with the manifold difficulties of making a living in a world so largely dominated by selfishness and sin.  Personal earnings may be used as one sees fit.  Economic necessity is one of human sacred loyalties.  Success requires not only devotion to one’s work but also that one should function as a part of some one of the channels of material wealth. 
We are not to be passive mystics or colorless ascetics; we should not become dreamers and drifters, supinely trusting in a fictitious Providence to provide even the necessities of life. 
Religion is the exclusively spiritual experience of the evolving immortal soul of the God-knowing man, but moral power and spiritual energy are mighty forces which may be utilized in dealing with difficult social situations and in solving intricate economic problems.  It is the Father’s will that mortal man should work persistently and consistently toward the betterment of his estate on earth.  Workers’ salaries in the most developed continental nation of a neighborhood planet depends on enterprose earnings. 
Due to the untimely death of his father Joseph, Jesus had to take over the carpentry shop and support his mother and siblings, spending several years of financial struggles. But he did not falter; he was not discouraged.  Wages for a carpenter in Nazareth fell to the equivalent of 25¢ / day. 
Jesus established differences between those consecrated to the gospel and mere disciples. Those who give lives to gospel should not be of doubtful minds concerning the support of theirselves or the families they have forsaken. They shall live by gospel. If they want to worry about earning their own bread then they should just be a believing disciple. 
Jesus said: “When you are tempted to doubt the sureness of your bread, consider the ravens; they sow not neither reap, they have no storehouses or barns, and yet the Father provides food for every one of them that seeks it”. 
Jesus instructed the collectors and soldiers of his day, who used to abuse others for extra benefits, not to receive more than what was assigned and to be content with the wages.  Apostles organized to provide for everything needful in their future work as instructors.