...when I say, God is not in control, of course I'm not saying that, God is not all powerful—I believe God is all powerful. God is all knowing, but what I think many people mistake is the difference between the concept of sovereignty and control. I believe God is sovereign, but not in control, and the reason...control implies: using your power to manipulate people and circumstances to force a desired outcome. And sovereignty is instead having ownership over everything, but working through delegated authority; offering people choices with consequences.—Hill, Craig. It's Supernatural with Sid Roth 2015. http://sidroth.org/television/tv-archives/craig-hill-1 June 5, 2015.
Craig Hill did an excellent job defining and contrasting control and sovereignty, which is an essential understanding.
But Hill should have also elaborated upon divine guidance, which is one key aspect of the ministry of Holy Spirit. And something which the illuminated elites do not have—true divine guidance.
One example is how Holy Spirit led Jesus in the wilderness: And Jesus, full of the Holy Spirit, returned from the Jordan and was led by the Spirit in the wilderness...—(Luke 4:1 ESV) So not only did Jesus send Holy Spirit to teach us, but also to sovereignly lead us.