The Arminian view of salvation posits that man has free will and the choice to accept salvation is purely on our own free will.
The total sovereignty of God (while disputed in some theological circles) carries a lot of Biblical evidence with it. Just two examples:
Whatever the Lord pleases he does, in heaven and on earth, in the seas and all deeps.
Our God is in the heavens; he does whatever he pleases.
In light of those two statements, here is my question. How do Arminians reconcile the concept of a God who is in total command of the universe with the idea that humans can choose whether or not to accept His offer of salvation? Or do they not recognize God's sovereignty as total? Can a human being through His free will reject God even though God desires their salvation?
To clarify: I am not asking for judgement on the correctness of Arminianism, just how those who adhere to the school of thought would answer this question.