He sought God in the days of Zechariah, who had understanding in the visions of God; and as long as he sought the Lord, God made him prosper. 2 Chron 26:5
You want to prosper. You want to prosper in your marriage. You want to prosper in business. You want to prosper financially. You want to prosper physically. Hopefully, you want to prosper spiritually.
Uzziah became king when he was 16 years old and he prospered as long as he sought the Lord.
This is how he did it from the story found in 2 Chronicles.
Vss 6-8 tell that he prospered in pushing away ungodly influence.
He tore down enemy influence by tearing down their walls, he took up the cause of God against the enemy, and he took back from them by taking their tribute.
Vss 9-10 show how he prospered in people care.
He built towers, which gave the people something to recognize, kept them from getting lost and together as family. He dug wells providing water, supplied food, and fed others.
Vss 11-15 indicates he prospered in protection.
He protected with like-minded people, men of valor, that agreed with his plans. He protected with the right weapons. You don’t bring a knife to a gunfight and you don’t fight a spiritual battle with physical weaponry.
He protected with the help of others, like the skillful men that helped advance the success of the nation.
I know when you hear the word prosperity, you often thing about money. However, God made Uzziah to prosper with no mention of money.
Your prosperity begins when you push away ungodly influence out of your life, love others, and surround yourself with other believers.