[258] Conundrums: How did Melchizedek have no beginning of days? How is John the baptist less than the lesser one in the kingdom?

3 In being fatherless, motherless, without genealogy [being firstly Jared, then ascending to be an angel, then descending without a mother or a father or an immediate genealogy to be Melchizedek], having neither a beginning of days [the first day that he descended as Melchizedek was not the first day of his life] nor an end of life [having been given everlasting life], but having been made like the Son of God [non adamically created like Jesus. Jared was the second Adam], he remains a priest perpetually.
4 Behold, then, how great this man was [he is the King of Eden2 ruling from Salem1] to whom Abraham, the family head, gave a tenth out of the chief spoils (Hebrews 7)

14 So the Word became flesh and resided among us, and we had a view of his glory, a glory such as belongs to an only-begotten son from a father [actually an only begotten God see verse 18]; and he was full of undeserved kindness and truth.
John bore witness about him, yes, he actually cried out -- this was the one who said [it] -- saying: The one coming behind me has overtaken me/advanced in front of me, because he existed before me (John 1) [Gabriel who, was possessing John at the time, said that Michael who possessed Jesus after Gabriel possessed John and therefore came behind him, has advanced in front of Gabriel in salvation status (having everlasting life and shortly to become a God) because he was born as an angel before Gabriel was and so had first choice over the ARC by birthright. This statement is saying that Gabriel would have signed up to the ARC had he been older the Michael as an angel!] [In other words although my human vehicle was born 6 months before Jesus' human vehicle, his angelic vehicle and his spirit were born before my angelic vehicle and my spirit].

30 This is the one about whom I said, Behind me there comes a man [Jesus] who has overtaken me/advanced in front of me [John the baptist], because he existed before me (John 1).[This is saying that the one who comes first in the physical body, does not come first in the spiritual body. Gabriel was Michael's angelic son. But he possessed John before Michael possessed Immanuel. And Michael gets to divinity before Gabriel. But Gabriel will be the God of the 2NCs, the 5th Holy Spirit (taking the 4th Holy Spirit as the wife of the God to be of Eden2]

In fact, we think that Russell was water baptised from heaven as Elijah3 on 1871Heshvan21, and sanctified on the same day - see U42. Then the 2NCs in the Watchtower are overtaken by Elijah4 who was spirit baptised before they were. 

The amazing thing about this is that John baptised non transitively. If you wanted to be baptised in his baptism then you had to be baptised by him personally. And the Watchtower baptise non transitively. They do not empower individual members of their congregation to baptise anyone. All baptisms are approved first by the society. But Jesus' disciples baptised transitively. Philip baptised the Ethiopian eunuch on the spot and Peter baptised his jailer on the spot. They did not have to refer to a body of elders first. The believer makes the choice, not the church.

36 Now as they were going over the road, they came to a certain body of water, and the eunuch said: Look! A body of water; what prevents me from getting baptized? (no verse 37)
38 With that he commanded the chariot to halt, and they both went down into the water, both Philip and the eunuch; and he baptized him (Acts 8).

30 And he brought them outside and said: Sirs, what must I do to get saved?
31 They said: Believe on the Lord Jesus and you will get saved, you and your household.
32 And they spoke the word of Jehovah to him together with all those in his house.
33 And he took them along in that hour of the night and bathed their stripes; and, one and all, he and his were baptized without delay (Acts 16).

Likewise the LWs baptise transitively. We empower all of the male members of the church to baptise those who want it. For baptism is a gift from God, not a gift from the administration of any church. (updated)

11 Truly I say to you people, Among those born of women there has not been raised up a greater than John the Baptist [since John was non adamic like Jared and Methuselah and Enoch and Eber and Melchizedek and Jesus etc - see U506]; but a person that is the lesser one in the kingdom of the heavens [Melchizedek, was born of Mrs Mahalalel, is number 2 in the kingdom. He is therefore the lesser one to Jesus] is greater than he is [in the kingdom of God].
12 But from the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of the heavens [Kingdom of God] is the goal toward which men press, and those pressing forward are seizing it [being water baptised into that Kingdom] (Matthew 11).

The water baptism of John was not transitive. If John baptised you, you could not baptise anyone else. That is why everyone went out to get baptised directly by John. But Jesus made that baptism transitive for the 12 apostles, who then started the 12 greater tribes by water baptism.

1 When, now, the Lord became aware that the Pharisees had heard that Jesus [through his disciples] was making and baptizing more disciples than John [himself]
2 although, indeed, Jesus himself did no baptizing but his disciples did
3 he left Judea and departed again for Galilee (John 4).

Since Isaac was spared and a lamb caught in a thicket was provided by God: Why did Jesus die?

Isaac stands for Immanuel, the genetic seed of David and son of Abraham, although non adamic. The lamb provided by God was Michael who entered the body of Immanuel. Immanuel himself was raptured which Michael entered his human body. So Immanuel was saved like Isaac, at the last minute. Whereas Michael, the lamb of God, was sacrificed.

What were the two robbers doing either side of Jesus when he died to save mankind and fix the heavens?

Did they get in to the performance by accident? This was the greatest moment in the history of the heavens since the birth of Satan, the first angel. It was the climax of the test on Michael for his divinity. And two robbers come on to the stage as extras? What do they symbolise?

36 Even the soldiers mocked him, coming close and offering him vinegar.
and saying: If you are the king of the Jewish [ones], save yourself.
There was also an inscription over him: This [one] is the king of the Jewish [ones].
But one of the hung evildoing [ones] was blaspheming him: Are you not the Christ? Save yourself and us.
But answering the other rebuking him said: Do you not fear God, since you are in the same judgment?
And we, indeed, justly, for we are receiving [things] worthy of the [things] we committed; but this [one] did nothing] out of order
And he said: Jesus, remember me when you get into your kingdom.
And he said to him: Truly I tell you today, You will be with me in Paradise (Luke 23).

There are 4 parallel account of this Matthew 27:33-44 and Mark 15:22-32 and Luke 23:32-43 and John 19:16-27.

Well in the greatest meaning we know that each God takes two angels, one on his left hand and one on his right with him into the divinity baptism (from the account of John and James asking to sit at Jesus' right and left). We also know that the entire plan to save mankind uses 3 master mediators, Michael Gabriel and Melchizedek. So there is another fulfilment. But Luke 23 is not about these trios. In Luke the two evil doers are in the same judgement as Jesus. So they are in the same baptism. One becomes abusive and loses faith. The other keeps faith and is rewarded literally by a 1AC baptism into the kingdom whilst hanging on the stake!

Symbolically Jesus is the true 1NC saints, the abusive evildoer is the rotten 1NC saints and the faithful evildoer is the 1NC reserve saints. The 1NC reserves will be with Jesus in paradise. The rotten 1NC saints will either be in Gehenna or in paradise as humans. But they will not be with Jesus in heaven ruling as kings in paradise. The rotten saints get their legs broken since they lose their ability to walk (be regarded by God as acting without stumbling), they lose their spirit baptism. the last thing that Jesus did was to drink some old sour wine upon a sponge help up on a reed. This symbolises the sorry state of the true 1NC saints before they died in the Watchtower. They had become unthinking sponges, drinking old understandings, because that is what those in authority (the reed) were offering them. The spear in Jesus' side is a breach in one side of the temple. It is Ezekiel breaking through a wall. The wall of the Watchtower in this presence. Blood and water come out, both water baptised and 2NC spirit baptised brothers leave Jesus' body. They renounce their claim to be 1NC saints. For more on this see U55.

Why does Isaiah mean when he says that God creates evil?

7 I form the light, and create/cut/define darkness: I make peace, and create/cut/define evil: I the LORD do all these [things] (Isaiah 45).

The Hebrew word for create used in Genesis1 means to cut, carve out, form by cutting. So it can mean create or define. God defines good and therefore defines evil as well.