You’ve heard the saying: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
Rev. Enoch Fuzz, the pastor of Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church, continues on his journey of healing in the midst of stage four lung cancer. He celebrated another year of ministry along with another year of life for his 67th birthday. As it frequently happens following an outing, Fuzz is exhausted and experiencing a variety of issues that accompanies his bout with cancer.
He is unable to walk any distance because of his reliance on an oxygen tank and due to the circulation in his legs. Nevertheless, one would never know when seeing his smiling face! He is confident because he knows he will be healed in God’s name. After talking to his doctors, as he often does, he simply said: “The doctor said this is an easy fix. Everything wrong can be fixed.” This simple statement was followed by a ‘matter of fact’ frown of thought because Rev. Fuzz soon will be having a procedure consisting of putting a stint in his stomach to relieve the pain coming from a vein running from the stomach down his leg causing difficulty in circulation.
So it is good to know that ‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, but if it is broke—know that it can be fixed.’ This is true for the body, the mind, and the soul. When so many things are not as we want them to be caused by disease, distress takes a toll on not only our physical body but the mind and soul also.
Rev. Enoch Fuzz takes the time to elevate his mind by continuing to rest following events; seeing and obeying his doctor’s orders; and keeping the word of God on his mind through prayer, praise, and believing. Fuzz used to always say a little thing: “Get ya mind right Cuz” that would be an admonition for one to think about and assess what you’re saying or believing and make proper adjustments. This is exactly what he does—never letting the thought of a new ailment waiver his belief in his healing. And always knowing ‘It can be fixed.’
Continue to pray for Rev. Fuzz and his journey. Rev. Fuzz is always in continuous prayer for you and this world. Check out his Facebook (Meta) site as he gives praise through God’s word, songs, and pictures. Also, watch for Wednesday’s noonday worship flyers. Thanks for reading and sharing each week ‘Cancer: My Journey in Time.’ May it be a blessing to you.