When I listen to many of the conservative talk show hosts, I find many of them defending against the idea of a leftist agenda of socialism. Big government control is what they say the left leaning people want and that can be defined as socialism. I have Christians picking up on that theme and suggesting that God's Kingdom is a picture of socialism where everything will be equal, where no one has less than someone else. A reality check on this kind of thinking finds that in the Kingdom of God, rewards will be multiplied or denied based upon what was done for Jesus in this life.
The parable of the ten talents is an example.
20 And he who had received the five talents came forward, bringing five talents more, saying, ‘Master, you delivered to me five talents; here I have made five talents more.’
This is an example that the Kingdom is not going to split God's rewards equally among the believers, earned rewards will be the benefit for any believer who sacrificially gave their life to Christ now in this life. There is no correlation to a socialistic state in the Kingdom of God. God created us to be individuals, to be productive, and manage our lives according to His rule and laws. God's idea of prosperity is to be to be able to use the resources given to us in order to be pro-actively engaged in helping others come to know Him. Many who have surrendered their thinking to the "prosperity gospel" say that God wants us to be rich, and riches demonstrate the success one gets from serving God. I can't think of any doctrine that is more irrelevant to scripture than this one. I won't go as far as to say that those who preach this kind of a message are not Christians, but they are bordering on a line of thinking that will disqualify them from any post life rewards.