[296]   1Kings3: Solomon's threat to cut the child in two

15...Then he came to Jerusalem and stood before the ark of the covenant of Jehovah and offered up burnt sacrifices and rendered up communion offerings and spread a feast for all his servants [Laodicean feast after the evil slave loses control of the congregations and ends his feast].

16 Then [za] 2 women, prostitutes, [congregation of 3EC and Laodicean congregation of 4EC. Both spiritual prostitutes committing idolatry with the evil slave] got to come in to the king and stand before him [by baptism into Zoar].
17 Then the one woman said: Excuse me, my lord [My Lord because Solomon is her husband], I and this woman are dwelling in one house [The Watchtower], so that I gave birth [to 2NC saints by valid 3EC water baptism from 1999Tishri2, 2NC first fruits, the Manasseh Proselyte call, up until 2001Heshvan14] close by her in the house.
18 And it came about on the 3rd day after I gave birth, this woman also proceeded to give birth [by valid 4EC water baptism of 2NCs into Laodicea from 2003Chislev16]. And we were together. There was no stranger with us in the house, no one but the 2 of us in the house.
19 And the son of this woman died at night, because she lay upon him [this is the one who was smothered so as never to join Laodicea].
20 So she got up in the middle of the night and took my son from beside me while your slave girl herself was asleep and laid him in her own bosom, and her dead son she laid in my bosom [Laodiceans take the living 2NCs from the Watchtower for the Watchtower Passovers from 2019Elul14 onwards. And the Laodicean 2NCs who return to the Watchtower are dead, they lose their angels (unless they come back again into Laodicea whilst it is a true church)].
21 When I got up in the morning to nurse my son, why, there he was dead [having died because he did not remain in the Laodicean Passover house of Rahab, so as to keep on living with all in her house]. So I examined him closely in the morning, and, look! he did not prove to be my son that I had borne.
22 But the other woman said: No, but my son is the living one [judicially] and your son is the dead one [judicially]! All the while this woman was saying: No, but your son is the dead one and my son is the living one. And they kept on speaking before the king.
23 Finally the king said: This one is saying, 'This is my son, the living one, and your son is the dead one!' and that one is saying, 'No, but your son is the dead one and my son is the living one!'
24 And the king [Gordon, the mediator of the 2NC] went on to say: You men, get me a sword [a scripture from the bible]. So they brought the sword before the king.
25 And the king proceeded to say: You men, sever the living child [child not son. This is all the saints in Laodicea] in 2 and give the one half to the one woman and the other half to the other [The 1NC reserves to the 3EC woman and the 2NCs to the 4EC woman].
26 At once the woman whose son was the living one said to the king for her inward emotions were excited toward her son, so that she said: Excuse me, my lord! You men, give her the living child. Do not by any means put him to death [Do not disfellowship him]. All the while this other woman was saying: Neither mine nor yours will he become. You men, do the severing! [Disfellowship him]
27 At that the king answered and said: You men, give her the living child, and you must by no means put him to death. She is his mother [the living child - 1NC and 2NC saints from both women are given to Laodicea].
28 And all Israel got to hear of the judicial decision that the king had handed down; and they became fearful because of the king, for they saw that the wisdom of God was within him to execute judicial decision (1Kings3).