It struck me recently that being a steward, far from being a demeaning title that serves to remind us that we are living on someone else’s property, is actually a reminder of the exalted state for which we were made. God designed us to have our habitation in Him, and so, the only path toward human flourishing is to intimately find our all in His fullness. When the reality that we were made to be partakers of the divine nature, that through Christ we are full sons of God, when this reality gets a hold of our hearts and imaginations, then we are free to enjoy all things. We will be free to enjoy all things because we will be relating to them from a position of fullness, and thus we will not look to things to provide satisfaction or security. This is what it means to be a steward.