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Kimberly A.

Blevins, 18060 Owen Drive, Hudson, Florida 34667-6659

November 2, 2010

Josiah R. Fornof, 1418961
Pinellas County Jail
14400 49th Street, North
Clearwater, FL 33762-2877

Subject: Strong Enough to Be Our Kin

Dear Mr. Fornof:

It was so good to talk to you last night, twice, no less! The time always goes too fast. I miss you so
much. Last night I was thinking about what Pastor Dave said, that Jesus does not just come to heal
you! He comes to restore order in your life! I was busy, taking care of Nemo, and praying, telling the
Lord what He already knows, that you are part of that order in my life that I need. Jesus reminded me
that He is ordering everything, from what is most important through to the finer details, and your current
station, outpost, as a soldier of Christ, is part of that ordering. We have but to wait on and for Him: He
is Lord, there is no other.

As I told you last night, I had started to write that you, like Paul, are a ―prisoner of Christ,‖ but the Holy
Spirit (and Zion too, I think) pulled me off of that right away, and said in your case it is different, we are
in a different time now. You are a soldier, posted, stationed right in the heart of enemy territory,
occupying until Jesus comes, wherever He stations you. We know what happens next, and it has
everything to do with:

Ezekiel 48:35 (King James Version)

It was round about eighteen thousand measures: and the name of the city from that day
shall be, The LORD is there.

―The LORD is there‖ is Jehovah Shammah, one of the God names. It means that God is in the details
of our lives, when we love (trust) Him and are the called, according to His purpose (Romans 8:28). He
makes it all come out alright, and as you have noticed, delights us with surprises, night songs, songs in
the desert, along the way. I was really touched by The Companion Bible (E. W. Bullinger) notes on
Ezekiel 48:35, which include:

35 The LORD [is] there: denoting the fact that Jehovah has gone thither and rests There, with all the
blessing, peace, security, and glory of His abiding presence. Heb. Jehovah Shammah. See Ap. 4. II.
Those who read this book, and believe what God has here written for our learning, will not be troubled
with all the puerile guesses and trifling comments of the natural man, but understand something of the
grand revelations which can be only spiritually discerned (I Cor. 2.14).

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You asked for prayer for Ashara, daughter of a ―fellow soldier‖ and below is the note that I sent around
to some of your siblings about that (extra copy is also enclosed for Ashara‘s dad):

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Kimberly Blevins <>
Date: Tue, Nov 2, 2010 at 8:56 AM
Subject: Ashara
To: Kimberly Ann Blevins <>

Dear Nathan, Tia, Zackary, and Katie,

Lat night when I spoke to your brother Josiah, he asked for prayer for a twelve-year-old girl named Ashara, daughter
of one of his "fellow soldiers." Ashara has been diagnosed with cancer (in her jaw) and needs our prayers for her
healing. By Jesus' stripes we were healed, past tense. Bless her heart. Only twelve.

Lord, we know with You, all things are possible, and that by Your stripes, we were healed. Let it be so for young
Ashara, and let her life throughout be a testimony to Your love, grace and mercy. Comfort Ashara and her father, to
know to a new depth that they are in Your hands, sheltered in the shadow of Your wings, and it is in Your presence
where we find fullness of joy and at Your right hand there are pleasures for evermore. In Jesus' Name we pray,



Psalm 16:10-11 (King James Version)

For thou wilt not leave my soul in hell; neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy One to see corruption.

Thou wilt shew me the path of life: in thy presence is fulness of joy; at thy right hand there are pleasures for

Psalm 63:6-8 (King James Version)

When I remember thee upon my bed, and meditate on thee in the night watches.

Because thou hast been my help, therefore in the shadow of thy wings will I rejoice.

My soul followeth hard after thee: thy right hand upholdeth me.

1 Peter 2:23-25 (King James Version)

Who, when he was reviled, reviled not again; when he suffered, he threatened not; but committed himself to him
that judgeth righteously:

Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto
righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed.

For ye were as sheep going astray; but are now returned unto the Shepherd and Bishop of your souls.

While writing that note, the Lord impressed me to share with you something I posted well over a month
ago, mentioning Judge Thomas G. Wilson, before whom you have appeared, so I have enclosed a
copy of that blog (The LORD Hath Sworn, And Will Not Repent, Wednesday, September 15, 2010). As

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you observed of the men who trespassed here in July 2009, ―They‘re just people, mom.‖ And so they

I do not know the details concerning Judge Wilson‘s need, but the fact that the Lord has brought it back
to me to share with you in the context of our praying for Ashara lends some insight, particularly since
the burden was originally given to me along with the scripture concerning Jesus‘ healing the
nobleman‘s son. Jesus knows.

The account of Jesus‘ miracle in healing the nobleman‘s son is in John 4:46-54. The Gospel of John is
the one where the Lord Jesus is revealed as God. Here‘s a short article I found online about that
miracle. This was one of many times in scripture where a time correlation was telling:

Jesus heals the nobleman's son - What can I learn from this account?

John 4:46-54 gives the account of Jesus healing the nobleman's son. It is listed as the second miracle performed by
Jesus: "Once more he visited Cana in Galilee, where he had turned the water into wine. And there was a certain royal
official whose son lay sick at Capernaum. When this man heard that Jesus had arrived in Galilee from Judea, he
went to him and begged him to come and heal his son, who was close to death. 'Unless you people see miraculous
signs and wonders,' Jesus told him, 'you will never believe.' The royal official said, 'Sir, come down before my child
dies.' Jesus replied, 'You may go. Your son will live.' The man took Jesus at his word and departed. While he was still
on the way, his servants met him with the news that his boy was living. When he inquired as to the time when his son
got better, they said to him, 'The fever left him yesterday at the seventh hour.' Then the father realized that this was
the exact time at which Jesus had said to him, 'Your son will live.' So he and all his household believed. This was the
second miraculous sign that Jesus performed, having come from Judea to Galilee."

When we analyze these verses, we see several factors of this miracle from which we can learn.

The nobleman (a government official) walked about 20 miles to see Jesus and addressed him as "Sir." This tells us
that even though the man had legal authority, he was submitting to Jesus. The man traveled this distance to ask
Jesus to cure his son, who was very sick and near death.

The officer believed Jesus could heal and operated in that faith. This is proven with his obedience that followed. The
man asked Jesus to come to the man's son (in another town) or he would die. Yet, Jesus said "You may go. Your son
will live." The nobleman obeyed and returned to his son, believing that Jesus needed only to speak the words that his
son would live. This demonstrated great faith. We see from this that we can not operate in lip service, we must truly
have and act in faith.

Although the man's son was miles away, when Jesus spoke the words, the boy was healed. Distance is no barrier for
the power of Christ. Often we ask but have doubts that our prayers will be answered. As the nobleman, we must ask,
and proceed - believing that our prayer is already answered though we may not see the results. Even if it is not
always instant, God will always answer in His time and in His way, according to His will. We can be assured He does
hear our petitions. (See 1John 5:14-15.)

When we do this, as with the nobleman, our faith is exercised and it will grow and be strengthened. As this official
approached home, his servants met him with news of the son's recovery. The officer asked what hour his son
became well. They answered that the boy's fever left in the 7th hour; the man knew that was the time Jesus said that
his son would live. They asked their master how this could happen. It gave the nobleman an opportunity to tell them
about Jesus and what he had done.

As a result of the nobleman's testimony, his whole household believed. His own faith was strengthened and the event
is great affirmation of the power of Jesus. We too, should tell others of the things Christ does for us in our lives.

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Back on September 15th, when the Holy Spirit impressed me with that, I was in the middle of writing
that prayer blog, and did not take a close look at the scripture where that is recorded. Now, in looking it
up, I am impressed to share with you Appendix 176 from The Companion Bible, ―THE EIGHT ‗SIGNS‘
IN JOHN‘S GOSPEL‖ so that we all may apply ourselves to understanding what the Lord is saying
here. That miracle was The Second Sign. Jesus is revealing to us what He is doing in these matters
concerning you.

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Remember one your grandfather (Robert F. Blevins) Nemo‘s favorite poems:

by, Charles Edwin Anson Markham (23 April 1852 – 7 March 1940)

He drew a circle that shut me out —

Heretic, rebel, a thing to flout.

But Love and I had the wit to win:

We drew a circle that took him in.

Also, you mentioned recently that you overheard President Obama on the radio, making some remarks
concerning domestic disputes, relative to a case that occurred in Saint Petersburg, Florida, close to
where you are occupying for the Lord. You heard him use the word ―vigilant‖ (or super-vigilant) and
that resonated with me because that word has abiding relevance in that it relates to the meaning of
Zion‘s given name (his middle name) and my last name. In other words, he and I are vigilant in our
beings: it‘s who we are, it‘s what we do, and we are most vigilant of the Lord‘s vineyard, His precious
seed and fruit.

The most recent occurrence of the word ―vigilant‖ that I find in my blogs is in one that was posted
recently: ZION OHOLIAB‘S POSSESSING THE GATES! (Part Twenty-six: Saints of the Most High),
Thursday, October 21, 2010. That is the one which I wrote and posted a suicide that Zion‘s elder sister
Linda and her grandson witnessed:

Linda Stoots I just wanted to thank God for sparing the life of my grandson, Landon, & myself last
night. We were fishing when a man stopped his car on the bridge, left it running, walked around a few

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minutes watching us, walked up within 50 yds of us and shot himself in the head and fell into the water.
UNBELIEVABLE! We felt such darkness surrounding him and fear. October 20 at 9:58pm

I also address that matter in the next part: ZION OHOLIAB‘S POSSESSING THE GATES! (Part
Twenty-seven: Whose Fan is in His Hand), October 21, 2010), in which I tell about a dream from which
Nemo awakened about suicide, the morning after I had read that post above.

By God‘s design, Zion‘s sister Linda is your Aunt Linda. She is the eldest of the seven children in that
family. There is no doubt in my mind that the suicide was a surrogate victim case, consistent with my
theory, and that the devil himself was behind it: TERRORIST EVENT THEORY (Formerly: Surrogate
Victim Theory), February 10, 2005. The devil knows who our families are and what we have been
called to do, together, and is set to attempt every way he can to do what he does; namely, to kill, steal,
and destroy. On the other hand, Jesus lives in us, and we are clear in His purpose (1 John 3:8).

After that post above, Linda posted a follow up about that experience:

Linda Stoots My grandson, Landon, and I decided to try to overcome our bad experience by having a
fishing marathon. We spent 28 hrs at the skyway pier and enjoyed every minute. Landon won the fishing
tournament!!!! God is good! The kid next to us caught a red fish 40" long weighing 24 lbs which would
have won but the time was up. October 26 at 10:47am

When I saw that, I was so happy because, for one thing, it reminded me that the reason the Good Lord
joined our family to Zion‘s family and is blending, intertwining us, even now, is that their family is strong
enough to be our kin. Notice the reference to ―red fish,‖ and you know the rich and personal meaning
of that, relative to Zion‘s church. Jesus is always doing things like that for us, when we trust Him.

―Strong enough to be our kin‖ was a word from the Lord to which I was awakened a long time ago, and
December 31, 2008.

Our Lord is moving in a very meticulous way, and we can trust Him with and in and through all of it.
Our part is to endure to the end (Matthew 10:22).

God is in the midst of us; we shall not be moved: God shall
help us, and that right early (Psalm 46:5),

Dr. Bezaleel Oholiab
(Kimberly A. Blevins, PhD)

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