Spirituality is not an excuse for mediocrity.
Being spiritual is an asset (1 Corinthians 2:16).
When you pray to God for favor, don’t put your hands in your pockets; the answer to your prayer can come inform of work, afterall, what HE promised is the power to get wealth. (Deuteronomy 8:18).
Pray to God to open your eyes to the skills you need to acquire to meet the needs of people. The more problem your skill/service/product solve for people the lesser your personal problem.
God is faithful, HE has promised to bless the work of your hands (Deuteronomy 28:12), but you need to be faithful with the work of your hands. Keep getting better at what defines you (Ecclesiastes 9:10), don’t be tired of equipping yourself.
Skills don’t kill, get as many as you can get (Exodus 35:10). Respond to your inherent ability. Invest in yourself to bring out the best of yourself.
Prepare for the opportunity you are praying for by enlarging your capacity for God’s blessings (Isaiah 54:2).