The second theological emphasis is on the lordship of God, which derives from God’s majesty. God is present in every moment of our lives. Our being itself cannot exist without God’s purpose and will. Our being is dependent on God. John Leith put it well: 
Furthermore, in a changing world teamed with new issues arising, we continue to ask ourselves incessantly what it means to live with the Reformed tradition, and how we can maintain a balance in our Christian life. I suggested in this essay that one way we can live the tradition is re-contextualize the poetic, sharp image of justice and righteousness in Amos: “But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream” (Amos 5:24). Then, the Reformed tradition continues to be a life of balance in which God is God of all.