When Christ went to Golgotha to be crucified, on his way there he chose Simon of Serene, a humble man, and a complete stranger, to carry His cross.
Before that God chose Mary and Joseph to be Son of Man's earthly parents who were just simple people. So why did God choose simple people like them?
Similarly, He chose St. Bro. Andre of Canada to do His impossible work. St. Bro. Andre was a little educated man. Had no wealth or money. He was a doorman. How could he do such huge task? He asked himself a thousand times probably. But he did it.
My question is why does God choose the tiniest paintbrush to do his detailed work?
There are many rich people who are honest and have human elements and attributes. Wouldn't they have done the same task in a more authoritative way?