Srila Prabhupada states in the Sri Caitanya-caritamrita, Adi-lila, 5.89:
"The tendency to lord it over material nature, or maya cannot be a feature of the Supreme Personality of Godhead."
But we have also learned from the verses: "janmadyasya yatah" and "aham sarvasya prabhavah" that any tendency possessed by the living entities must have originated from the Supreme Lord, otherwise it cannot exist in us. How to reconcile this?
Answer: The Lord Does Not Lord it Over this World
The conditioned soul tries to become the lord of the material nature by accumulating wealth and power. This is his foolish attempt to imitate the position of the Lord, the possessor of unlimited wealth and power. Krishna is not greedy to obtain wealth and power because He already has both of them unlimitedly. Therefore, Krishna does not come under the influence of the material nature.
The point is that Krishna always remains that supreme controller of the material energy. He never comes under its influence. When we try to imitate Krishna's position of being the supreme controller of the material energy we become conquered by it.