Treasures of wickedness profit nothing, but righteousness delivers from death. The Lord will not allow the righteous soul to famish, but He casts away the desire of the wicked. Proverbs 10:2, 3
Treasures: storehouse, food, drink
Wickedness: as violence and crime against civil law
Profit: to be valuable, beneficial
Nothing: no, none
Righteousness: as ethically right
Death: place or state, ruin
Famish: be hungry
Casts away: reject, expel
Desire: eagerly coveting (by implication) calamity, iniquity, mischief
Wicked: guilty of sin, against either God or man
The Lord will not allow! And that is a promise from the One who is actually in charge and has the power to put into action anything necessary to accomplish His promise.
The Lord will not allow! What won't He allow? The righteous soul to famish. What does that mean?
The righteous, ethically right, those listening to and obeying wisdom. Soul: a breathing creature, being, passion. Famish, be hungry wanting. The person will be fully satisfied—"full of God"—listening to and obeying wisdom!
Those who are listening to and obeying wisdom will not be left wanting. Does that mean I'll have a million dollars to do with as I please? Only if God knows that you need a million dollars to carry out His will. The thing about listening to and obeying wisdom, is that one's wants and desires change to those of God's. For it's not about just getting stuff, rather it's about living a life that is in accordance or harmony with God and His plan. And it's knowing that God will supply everything necessary to accomplish His will.
Oh, having a million dollars would be nice! But a million dollars can't buy the peace and contentment that comes from having a heart that is fully satisfied—"full of God". And that fullness begins when a heart is permeated with a deep sense of reverence for God (Acts 9:31 MSG).
The Lord will not allow! Choosing wisdom will keep you fully satisfied—"full of God"!