God's choice is not always our choice. Out of his many brothers, God chose David, a very young shepherd boy with no military skills to defeat the Philistine giant soldier named Goliath. If it were up to me, I would have chosen someone stronger and more experienced in military skills and strategy. However, God does not choose the strong to defeat a strong enemy. God chose a weak shepherd boy who had no military skills to defeat the strong giant Goliath so that His power would be manifested and all will know that it was the hand of God who defeated the strong enemy. If God chose the strong to defeat the enemy, people will think that it was the strong man who defeated the enemy with his own human strength.
According to Tim Rohr, he believes that Archbishop Hon will run aground due to the fact that Archbishop Hon has never commanded a diocese. According to the jungle:
Bad for us again because our current quasi archbishop isn’t qualified for such a tough job as cleaning up after Apuron. Hon has served only as a “staff officer.” Hon has never held command. Hon has never been a diocesan bishop.
It’s as though a battleship is about to run aground and the Navy sends in a captain who has never commanded anything larger than a desk.
To get someone more qualified and experienced to do the job has always been the choice of man. But God is different. He does not go by man's choice and never had. We have seen through the Holy Bible how God has chosen the weakest, the most humblest, the poorest, the handicap, and even the worst sinner to carry out His will so that His power would be manifested and all can worship and praise God.
Out of the many disciples Christ had, He only chose 12. These 12 were most likely the worst among the 500 disciples. These 12 worst Apostles went on to become the greatest of all saints. Only God has the power to turn a sinner into a holy saint. Out of all the nations, God chose slaves in Egypt to call His people. And this group of slaves went on to become a great nation. Only God has the power to turn a group of slaves into a great nation. So, Archbishop Hon has never been a diocesan Bishop. So, what is that to God, who is Head of the Church?
To the junglefolks and members of LFM and CCOG, make your choice. Do you want to follow a man....Tim Rohr who says that a more experienced commander should be in charge of the Archdiocese......or do you want to follow Pope Francis who chose Archbishop Hon to take command of the Archdiocese of Agana? Do you place your trust in a man like Tim Rohr who was NOT sent by the Pope or in Archbishop Hon who was sent by the Pope? Think about this before you go to that picket line on Sunday.