I’m going to be brief about this as per my short span of Internet time: yes and no.
If you really lay your life down for Jesus, if you pay attention to following the “least” of His commandments, if He is the greatest love of your life and more, then there’s no reason for God to give you the cold shoulder.
Granted, He will not necessarily make you rich in the material sense, but He will greatly bless your spiritual life. You will have many prayers answered and you will win many souls for Christ.
See, God is really big on consent. He only gives you as much as you give Him. Sometimes I will complain, “Why don’t I feel God’s presence more? Why is it so hard for me to hear Him?” But I’m reminded that it’s all on me. Seek and you will find; ask and you will receive. If I’m left feeling disappointed, there’s no error in judgment on God’s part.
John the Apostle is considered Jesus’ favourite disciple. Why? Because he was His most loyal, that’s why! John really wanted Jesus to be his closest Friend – he searched for a relationship with the living God Himself rather than what the living God could offer him. He listened closely to Jesus’s teachings; he went from a son of thunder to a faithful child of God. Do we ourselves not have best friends, regular friends, and then acquaintances? So it is with Jesus.
Make no mistake, however – God loves each and every one of us. Whether we are willing to take in that love, to feel it and reciprocate it in a specific degree, is entirely up to us.