Depending and not depending upon the Lord-two different results

SB 1.9.22 purport-…Having unflinching faith in the Supreme Lord as one's protector, friend and master is the natural condition of eternal life. A living entity is so made by the will of the Almighty that he is most happy when placing himself in a condition of absolute dependence.

The opposite tendency is the cause of falldown. The living entity has this tendency of falling down by dint of misidentifying himself as fully independent to lord it over the material world. The root cause of all troubles is there in false egotism. One must draw towards the Lord in all circumstances.

SB 1.13.27 purport-..  One should therefore practice devotional service at home, hearing and chanting the holy name, quality, form, pastimes, entourage, etc., in association with pure devotees, and this practice will help one awaken God consciousness in proportion to one's sincerity of purpose. One who desires material benefit by such devotional activities can never depend on the Supreme Personality of Godhead, although He sits in everyone's heart. Nor does the Lord give any direction to persons who worship Him for material gain. Such materialistic devotees may be blessed by the Lord with material benefits, but they cannot reach the stage of the first-class human being, as above mentioned.

Madhya 22.100 purport-.. (the 6 conditions of surrender)One who is fully surrendered is qualified with the six following characteristics. (1) The devotee has to accept everything that is favorable for the rendering of transcendental loving service to the Lord. (2) He must reject everything unfavorable to the Lord's service. This is also called renunciation. (3) A devotee must be firmly convinced that Kṛṣṇa will give him protection. (4) The devotee should accept Kṛṣṇa as his supreme maintainer and master.  (5) Self-surrender means remembering that one's activities and desires are not independent. The devotee is completely dependent on Kṛṣṇa, and he acts and thinks as Kṛṣṇa desires. (6) The devotee is meek and humble.

Some Conclusions – so we can see from the above that to place ourselves in a condition of utter dependence upon Krsna is the best, but if we desire anything material we cannot do such a thing because we still "want" something from the Lord, separate than giving Him service. And when we want something or so many things, then the Lord in our hearts will not give us any directional help in going back to Godhead. He will give us all kinds of material opulences, but never Himself or His Abode as our residence.