Bhagwad Gita Chapter 2 verse 45:
त्रैगुण्य विषया वेदा: निस्त्रैगुण्यो भवार्जुन | निर्द्वन्दो नित्य सत्वस्थो
निर्योग क्षेमआत्मवान ||2.45||
trai-gunya visaya veda nistrai-gunyo bhavarjuna | nir-dwando nitya satvastho nir-
The Vedas deal with the three Modes of Material Nature (Guṇas), O Arjuna. You must free yourself from these three Guṇas and from the pairs of opposites. Abide in pure Sattva; never care to acquire things and to protect what has been acquired(this is yogaksheama part), but be established in the ātman.
Source : Bhagwad Ramanujacharya's commentry.
Bhagwad Gita Chapter 9 verse 22 :
अनन्यस्चिन्तयन्तो मां ये जना: पर्युपासते | तेषां नित्याभियुक्तानां योगक्षेमं वहाम्यहम् ||9.22||
ananyaschintayanto mam ye janaha paryupasate | tesham nityabhiyuktanam yoga-kshemam vahamyaham||9.22||
There are those who, not being mindful of anything else, adore Me alone, aspiring after eternal union with Me. I Myself take charge of their prosperity and welfare (Yoga and Kṣema).
Further Commentary on the Verse by Bhagwad Ramanujacharya:
Those who, excluding everything else and having no other purpose, meditate on Me as their only goal, because without Me they are unable to sustain themselves. In the case of such devotees aspiring after eternal unification with Me, I Myself undertake the responsibility of bringing them to Myself —Yoga (prosperity) and of preserving them in that state for ever — Kṣema (welfare)." The meaning is that they do not return to Samsara.
Why is 2.45 talking in material context , while 9.22 is talking in a totally different Philosophical context?
If 9.22 is analyzed in a little bit materialistic context we can say that for an Anayabhakta(who is fully devoted to lord and doesn't do anything else, not even for his own livelihood) Shriman Narayan supreme Bramhan himself looks for/handles his livelihood and bhakta's wealth preservation (any type of wealth).
But seeing the pure philosophical commentry I think there is not material aspect in 9.22. While 2.45 has material aspect because it is talking about three gunas which are material in nature.
So what is more correct interpretation of 9.22 and 2.45 with yogakshema. Is material interpretation of 9.22 wrong or greedy because if analyzed materialistically it is more of an assurance or faith strengthening verse?