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OK, the term "sovereignty" isn't found in Scripture. Of course, that doesn't mean that God isn't sovereign. He is. I don't deny that. I proclaim that, support that, and love that. However, God is also sovereign in His sovereignty. We don't determine what His sovereignty is. He does. If we make His sovereignty different than how He has revealed it in Scripture, then in fact we are sovereign in His sovereignty. That would be kind of odd for someone who says he supports God's sovereignty, wouldn't it?
Sovereignty is one of those theological terms. It isn't in the Bible, like "trinity" and "rapture" aren't. All theological terms should represent some theological reality from scripture. We don't make up a theological term based on our own thoughts, our own reasoning, and our own predisposition, and then force that understanding on scripture. God wrote the Bible. Through the Bible He revealed to us Who He was. We don't do better by revising what God wrote to make it fit what we want it to mean.
The sovereignty that God presents in scripture is as sovereign as it can get. We can't get more sovereign than the sovereignty that God describes in the Bible. We haven't glorified God more than others because we make his sovereignty "more" sovereign than He actually has. In other words, we need to limit our understanding of sovereignty to what the Bible says about sovereignty. Adding to the Bible on the topic of sovereignty doesn't honor God. It does say that God somehow hasn't been up to the task of presenting His own sovereignty clearly enough in His Word, so that the Bible isn't really sufficient in its presentation of sovereignty.
Let me give you an example of an overweening portrayal of sovereignty. Judas Iscariot willfully betrayed Jesus. In the forty passages that refer to Judas' betrayal of Jesus, in every instance he is portrayed as someone who did it of his own accord, and in certain instances, he did it against the warning and wooing of the Lord Jesus Christ. Yet God also prophesied that Judas would betray the Lord. God used Judas as one means by which Jesus would go to the cross to die. It was part of God's plan for Judas to betray the Lord Jesus Christ. But how could Judas have willfully rebelled against Christ if it was the sovereign will of God for him to do so? Well, since God is sovereign, Judas could not have had any will in making that choice. That would take away from the sovereignty of God. You can't believe that Judas betrayed Jesus on his own. No, Judas was made to do that. He couldn't help but do that. His will wasn't involved.
Do you see what has happened in this all-too-typical illustration? Someone doesn't like sovereignty as it is fleshed out of scripture, so he reads in his own position on it. If Judas had a choice, then Judas was sovereign. Really? If I must have a sovereignty that is separate from or beyond what the Bible actually teaches, then I don't want that sovereignty. If sovereignty is the one presented in scripture, I'll take that sovereignty.
The two concepts, Judas' will and God's sovereignty, are compatible in the Bible. Judas' will doesn't erase God's sovereignty. Because Judas' made a choice of his own volition, that doesn't mean that God isn't in charge. Although we may feel a tension, God doesn't. It is a moment to test our faith. Will we not just take God at His Word? Or must we show off a false humility in order to alter the meaning of scripture in compatibility with our own logic or reasoning?
Man can choose and God remain sovereign. God will use the choice for His divine purposes. Just because man chooses doesn't mean that God's sovereignty has been lowered one or two notches. God is sovereign on giving a choice. He's sovereign on taking that choice and using it for His purposes. If He can't give a choice, even though the Bible says He can and does, because our logic says that He can't, then we have become sovereign instead of Him. We haven't elevated His sovereignty, but diminished it.
The Bible defines and describes God's sovereignty with perfection. It is God's Word. It is what God wants us to know about everything. We don't do better by going outside of it. What we do is become sovereign over sovereignty.
(Here's another example of someone being sovereign over sovereignty.)