If you think you own anything, including yourself—and particularly Grace—perhaps, you are a steward of unrighteousness. The unrighteous steward believes that his master’s property is his own. The unrighteous steward worships mammon. It’s a terrible thing to make mammon your god. It’s far worse to make God your mammon. Jesus is not the Church’s mammon. Grace is not your mammon. When the unrighteous steward announces the forgiveness of his master’s debtors, in his master’s name, at his master’s expense; when we announce gospel, rather than barter with it like mammon, we become righteous stewards of unrighteousness; we party.