Every 15,000 Years

Every 15,000 Years

      From pgs. 37-38, 114 in "12 Hours in Heaven"  
There have been many thousands of worlds created, one every fifteen thousand years. He used this same orbit for all of them.

"I saw many thousands of worlds
 already there" (in heaven)
-Sam Henson 

At the end of 14,000 years, God takes a world out of orbit here and takes it into the heavenlies.  He spends part of another 1,000 years burning it off to smooth rock as it goes and then puts it in orbit around the mountain of God and speaks and puts a paradise on it, and ice caps but no ocean.  Then a holy city (cube shaped) comes and settles down on it and all of the people born on it are translated into it and that is their home for all eternity.  He puts clouds of golden light around it for constant eternal light and warmth; there is no night there.  This is a glorified world.  There are many thousands of such worlds already there in the eternal heaven.

Then he brings another planet in from the universe to this same orbital path around the sun to take it's place and spends the rest of that 1,000 years doing that.   When completed, this makes a total of 15,000 years or 15 days with the Lord.   


Every 15,000 Years God makes a new world using this same orbit and has been doing this for at least millions of years.
� HOW MANY THOUSANDS  (seen already there in heaven)
? How old is the Universe since God started making worlds ?
2000 worlds x 15,000 years = 30 million years
5000 worlds x 15,000 years = 75 million years
10,000 worlds x 15,000 years = 150 million years


 Two Ages Only 

   The King James was excellent in it's translation of the text in Heb.1:2 & 11:3 with their choice of the word "WORLDS."  It is understood the interchangeability that existed in that day with the word "AGES,"  as with the earlier Wycliffe Bible, with it's word WORLDS in Eccl. 1:10 where it could not have been ages, but rather "olden times." There are only two ages or 'main periods' as Heinrich Meyer calls them, in this world: the Messianic and the pre-Messianic. 1 Cor. 10:11 has the word WORLD where it should be more properly the 'ends of the AGES.' Another misconstruction of the Greek avoiding the plural form of the word. Although 'world' is not necessarily the wrong idea, as long as you keep the plural "ends" with it, and don't say 'end of the world.'  As Dr. Robert Lindsey has pointed out, there are only two ages mentioned in the Bible, of which 1 Cor. 10:11 would obviously pertain to:

1. The law and the prophets being the first age (going all the way back to Adam; Enoch was a prophet Jude 14)
2. The Messianic Kingdom being the second or last age (beginning with John and without finality) Mat.11:12,13 / Luke 16:16.  
    In place of age you can say time or period of time because of 1 John 2:18.

AGES is an erroneous notion in this passage in Hebrews, for the reason that Heinrich Meyer puts forth in his 1859 NT commentary on the subject. Namely, that you have materiality in the context of Heb. 11:3. This raises another question about the translation of the plural form of the word in Eph. 2.7 which is coupled to verse 6. I am convinced and have concluded this a reference to the "Worlds to come" while Heb 1 & 11 is referring to the Worlds made before us.

Meyer's NT commentary on "the aions" dating from 1859.
 Strike "all things" and simply say "all worlds existing in time (and space) !! 

τοὺς αἰῶνας  does not here denote the ages; either in such wise that the totality of the periods of time from the creation of the world to its close is meant (Chrysostom, Theodoret, Oecumenius, Theophylact, Thomas Aquinas, Daniel Heinsius), for this thought would be too abstract; or in such wise that the TWO main periods in the world’s history—the pre-Messianic and the Messianic—are to be understood thereby (Paulus, Stein), for in connection with the absolute τοὺς αἰῶνας no one could have thought of this special division into two parts. Nor must we either apprehend τοὺς αἰῶνας of the Aeons in the sense of the Gnostics (Amelius in Wolf, Fabricius, Cod. Apocryph. N. T. I. p. 710); for at the time when our author wrote this notion of the word did not yet exist. τοὺς αἰῶνας is to be understood of the worlds, of the totality of all things existing in time (and space), so that it is identical with the preceding πάντων and the following τὰ πάντα of Hebrews 1:3. ὁ αἰών, it is true, has always with the classics the strict notion of duration of time; but, as in the case of the Hebrew עו̇לָם, this notion might easily pass over into the wider notion of that which forms the VISIBLE contents of time, thus into that of the complex of all created THINGS.  This interpretation is confirmed by the reading of Hebrews 11:3, where αἰῶνες cannot possibly be used in any other sense.  -Meyer's NT commentary 

Although thousands of prior "WORLDS" [each 14,000 years in duration] certainly fits within the 'things contained in time' THIS PHRASE ALL THINGS EXISTING IN TIME THAT HEINRICH MEYER MAKES ABOVE IS WRONG JUST LIKE THAYER'S LEXICON.  As found in Thayer's the aggregate of things contained in time,  it goes on to point out that the early Church Fathers understood it to be equivalent to οἱ αἰῶνες  'the world of mankind.'  However, this Thayer's Greek Lexicon definition after the worlds is too expansive and becomes substitutive, causing modern translations to say "UNIVERSE" here, completely removing to oblivion the plural form of the word aion.  Shame on those translators.

Bauer's Greek Lexicon,   3. the world as a spatial concept (ai. in plural). Created by God through the Son Hb. 1:2; through God's word 11:3.

The Theological Dictionary of the NTC. aion in the Sense of the Time of the World2. aion as World. From "time of the world" aion easily came to mean the "world" itself (cf. Mt.13:22; 1 Cor.7:33) with an equation of cosmos and aeon (1 Cor.1:20; 2:6; 3:19). The plural can mean "worlds" along the same lines (Heb. 1:2; 11:3).


       There was no settled word among the ancients for WORLD. The word "planet" comes from the Greek meaning "wanderer" because they appeared to be stars in motion when seen visibly by the naked eye, and changed position from night to night.  The word "world" in the biblical text confines it to the meaning of an inhabited world, not a dead planet. Considering all that has been said so far, it is best to go back to the Old Testament. The Septuagint Greek prefers the word oikoumene (3625), which is similar to the word ge (1093), but which corresponds best to the Hebrew word tebel (8398) "inhabited or habitable world or globe." But when you begin to deal with the context, and realize similarity between John 1:10 and Heb. 1:2, where the former says the Word (Jesus) made the kosmos (world) and the latter says the aions (worlds) were made by Him (past tense); that also with aions is a different Greek word poieo (4160) "made," which corresponds to poiema(4161) that means a "product," fabric, workmanship . . . and is translated as a "thing that is made" in Rom. 1:20, the seen and visible. When God creates something and produces it, it is like giving birth to it (Psa. 90:2; Mat. 19:28). Most probably, the KJ translators were trying to tell you in 1611 that these were inhabited worlds in Heb.1:2 & 11:3, and not "ages," because of the only sensible meaning in John 1:10. With Heb. 11:3 you have an impossible task separating the "things that are seen and made" from the materiality of the world and turning it into a period of time or "ages". The plural form of aions even by metonymy 'the container for the contained' (the aggregate of things contained in timewould make a word like "universe" a most unlikely universe(s). This is where the King James translators apparently knew better, even though they were working with the text 400 years ago. You cannot remove or substiute the plural form of the word without destroying the Greek text.

Making a Case for the KJ "WORLDS":
Through faith we understand that the (inhabited) worlds (that were made) were framed, rendered complete, perfect, finished, (made what they ought to be as was the intended purpose) by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear (so that not from anything visible has what we see come into being) -Heb.11:3 / Creation Bible The intended purpose (Isaiah 45:18).  Finished (Gen. 2:1).  Framed (Heb. 11:3).  Think of "framed" like a picture frame.  When completed, a painting is in no need of any further touches or changes and is ready to be framed. There is nothing complete, perfect or finished about the Universe whatsoever!  Prepared is allowable here, because the preceding Worlds (in time) were prepared or made ready for the eternal heaven after 14,000 years completion; 14 being the number of earthly completion in GematriaBut "prepared by the word of God" or command of God implies his 6,000 years of work, that was finished on the 7th (Gen. 2:1). Thus, they were made ready or fitsuitable like this one was, for inhabitation. Thus, a dead planet was not created in vain when God created the Universe, but a dead planet was made what it ought to be, an inhabited world! (Isa. 45:18).  

Where are those WORLDS now?

But beyond that, the universe does not even now contain those "worlds" that went before, and which are probably called the "stars of God" in Isa.14:13.  When they are taken out of orbit here and burned off to smooth rock as described in 2 Pet.3:12, then they are taken into the heavenly (eternity) and they are made eternal worlds without end (Eph.3:21) and supernatural earths (Rev.21:1) (Isa. 45:18). God puts clouds of golden light around them that gives illumination all the time (there is no sun there or night). (Psalms 90:2 distinguishes between the two words earth world and Psalms 90 is a prayer of Moses the man of God, who wrote the book Genesis, and lays the foundation for the book of Eccl. in this chapter). The 'aggregate of things contained in time' is an all encompassing statement and reflects what my Grandfather was shown: God walked out on the face of the deep (deep space) and started creating the stars one at a time until he filled up the universe with them. In other words, He stepped out of eternity and created both space & time with the motion of the stars and planets and the laws of the Universe in Job 38:33.  One of those laws of the Universe is the speed of light. The faulty premise most begin with is that the entire creation (universe) was created 4004 B.C.  While science shows this not to be so, there is no conflict between the Bible and true science. The evidence is in the Hebrew and Greek text, and needs only to be brought forth, because God's word is true and it will always agree with the best of science. 

Hebrews 1:2 and 11:3 relates to the book of Genesis, Proverbs and Psalms because "made the worlds" and "worlds were framed" is in the past tense while it includes at the same time OUR "habitable world" (Psa.90:2) being formed and fashioned (Gen.1:2ff). Thus it was completed and finished in Gen. 2:1.  

Logically Gen.1:1 is where this space-time-matter continuum belongs because the best translation of the Hebrew is "At first God created the totality of the Universe."  "The Heavens and the Earth" is okay, as long as you know that it stands for everything as the CEV states in their footnote. Notice in Prov.8:22-23 it means a "way" or "path" or "course" or "plan" that God took when he began designing and creating space & time, His works of old or long ago.  And we don't know how long ago that was. This is good because it removes the Bishop Ussher superstition that the Universe was created 4004 B.C. And the word AIONS means also "course" and "eternal" and "forever." Hence, he began a forever course of making new worlds for all eternity. Psa.148:6 says that the Universe, including everything in 1-5 (visible or invisible), will never end.  Eccl. 3:14 means just what it says, "whatsoever God doeth, it shall be for ever."  A cycle, a series stretching to infinity.  He moves in the circuit of heaven habitually or repetitiously (Job 22:14).


A good and acceptable compromise is to render Heb.1:2 and Heb.11:3 as this:  "the worlds in time"
This interpretation does not detract from Jesus the heir of all things and making all things, which is better understood by John 1:3 or Col. 1:17.  The Bible is replete with similar verses about everything involved and doesn't need to repeat itself in every instance.

The word "world" in the biblical text confines it to the meaning of an inhabited world, not a dead planet.  But when finished (14,000 yrs) they no longer reside here in the natural visible universe;  they are taken into the heavenly,  where they become worlds without end. And there is no more sea, nor night there.  And no, they aren't quasars for the simple reason that 2 Cor. 4:18 tells you that what is eternal is not seen.  Everything that is visible to us is temporal in that it is subject to change.  God, who inhabiteth eternity, tells us "I change not," and neither do the worlds in eternity and people already there. What you are on the 8th day, you will be for all eternity (Rev.22:11; 21:7-8). You have to be changed in this life and translated out of the kingdom of darkness and into His marvelous light now (Eccl. 9:12).


There are four  Worlds  in the Biblical view, as pertains to our own planet earth specifically.
1.  The World that was:
2.  The World that is:
3.  The World to come:
Heb.2:5, Heb. 6:5, Acts 3:21, (Mat.19:28 "regeneration" from Psa.90:2 brought forth in birth  i.e. produced)  [1,000 yrs. Rev.20:2-7]
4.  A World without end:

The word "WORLD" in the biblical text confines it to the meaning of a habitable world, not a dead planet.

AIONS  as used in Heb. 1 & 11 cannot mean merely "time"
 as one translation put it.  Nor is it acceptable to translate
 it "a space-time-matter continuum" and include everything
 in the "Universe."   YOU CANNOT REMOVE THE PLURAL

These translators should be ASHAMED of themselves.

The only paraphrase or amplification that should be allowed
is "THE WORLDS IN TIME."  It is sufficient and automatically
includes all the rest of the Universe.

Each & every stage of the planet earth & world in it's creation (bara) and making (asah) is found in the Bible. There is only one possible meaning of WORLD as used in the Bible, and that is têbêl:           

Psa. 90:2─ "(Before) ever thou hast formed the earth and the world." Basically, the word 'earth' mentioned first refers to the planet terra firma, and is usually distinguished from the 'face of the earth' and sometimes might include our foundation (singular) which is the outer land surface (terrene) and includes the ocean floor. And 'world' mentioned second refers to what God has created on it or done to it in the way of improvements subsequent to bringing it to this solar system, i.e. an inhabitable finished product, Prov. 8:31 or even the inhabitants themselves, John 3:16. Cf. Job 37:12. The Hebrew word #8398 têbêl: the earth (as moist and therefore inhabited): habitable part, world. –Strong's Exhaustive Concordance.    LET LIGHT APPEAR, EXIST HERE, ON THE PLANET (Gen. 1:3 - Psa. 147:15)   ENRICHEST THE SURFACE OF THE PLANET  WITH WATER (Gen. 1:2 - Psa. 65:9).



The Earth being brought here.......

He gives a command to the earth, and it quickly obeys him

and it quickly obeys him
(coupled with)
The Earth established here.......

travels with great speed
-Psa.147:15/God's Word Translation
travels with great speed
and what he says is quickly done
-Good News Translation
arrives there quickly
-New International Readers Version
swiftly reaches its destination
-New English Translation
As soon as God speaks, the earth obeys
Contemporary English Version

Glance down the list of translations of Psalm 147:15 and see how many agree.
I found 6 as follows:
As soon as God speaks, the earth obeys.

He gives a command to the earth, and it quickly obeys.

He ·gives a command [L sends forth his word] to the earth, and ·it quickly obeys him [L his word quickly runs].

He gives a command to the earth, and what he says is quickly done

He gives a command to the earth, and it quickly obeys him.

He gives a command to the earth, and it quickly obeys him.

Notice the commentaries below who mention Gen. 1:3........Let there be light

John Gill's Exposition of the Whole Bible
Psalms 147 Verse 15
He sendeth forth his commandment upon earth,....  Aben Ezra understands it of the decree of God, which he executes on earth. It may design God's word of providence, which answers to his word of power in the first creation of all things; and which orders everything done in the earth, and is instantly obeyed; which agrees with Psalm 147:18.
his word runneth very swiftly;  like lightning, from one end of the heaven to the other;

Keil & Delitzsch Commentary on the Old Testament
Psalms 147 verse 15
The God of Israel is the almighty Governor of nature. It is He who sends His fiat ( אמרתו after the manner of the ויּאמר of the history of creation, cf. Psalms 33:9) earthwards ( ארץ , the accusative of the direction). The word is His messenger (vid., on Psalms 107:20), עד־מהרה , i.e., it runs as swiftly as possible, viz., in order to execute the errand on which it is sent.

Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged
Psalms 147 Verse 15
He sendeth forth his commandment upon earth: his word runneth very swiftly.

He sendeth forth his commandment (upon) earth: his word runneth very swiftly. God's Word is a servant which He sends forth upon earth to execute His will. It carries into effect His decree with instantaneous swiftness.

Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
Psalms 147 Verses 15-18
God‘s Word, as a swift messenger, executes His purpose, for with Him to command is to perform (Genesis 1:3; Psalm 33:9), and He brings about the wonders of providence as easily as men cast crumbs.

The Biblical Illustrator
Psalms 147 Verse 15

His Word runneth very swiftly.
The swiftly-running Word

At first it came forth as a fiat: “Let it be,” and it was. Then as a command, giving statutes to men. Then as teaching, promise, threatening. But chief of all is the Word, of whom it is said, “In the beginning was the Word.” Now, by that Word God most of all speaks out His heart. But to all forms of God’s Word the truth of the text applies.

II. Some particular instances of it. Creation; providence;

Geneva Study Bible
Psalms 147 Verse 15
He sendeth forth his *commandment [upon] earth: his word runneth very +swiftly.
(*) His secret working in all creatures is as a command to keep them in order and to give them moving and force.
(+) For immediately and without resisting all things obey him.

God made the world by
his power,
fixed the world in place by
his wisdom,
unfurled the skies by
his understanding
-Jer.51:15/New English Bible
fixed the world in place
-New Engllish Translation
set the world in place
-New International Readers Version 
Made the world strong in its place
 -Bible in Basic English

(nothing visible or detectable by us)
My grandfather didn't see anything,
but knew there must have been something
there because God commanded it to be
when He "called for" a line around the sun:

He stretcheth out the north over the empty place, 
and hangeth the earth upon nothing
Job 26:7 - KJV
He stretcheth out the north over empty space,
and hangeth the earth upon nothing
Job 26:7 - American Standard Version
Stretching out the north over desolation
-Youngs Literal Translation 
Spreads out the north over emptiness
-Amplified Bible

Astronomical fact:  In the far distant northern part of the Universe,
in the direction of the north star,  there is an empty void of stars
and galaxies (see Blog - A Hole in the Northern Sky

 The world in Jer. 51:15 (in it's now post void of life & dead planet earth status, which it had when it was out among the other stars in the galaxy) is then fixed to follow the circuit (cf. #2287 chagag: move in a circle or procession) (chuwg) or orbital line in Isa.40:22 which involves the earth's solid core tracking some sort of supernatural line that God called for in this solar system, uniquely for all the worlds he has made heretofore, mentioned in Heb.1:2 and 11:3. This circuit of the earth is parallel to God's circuit (chuwg) in heaven, for he "moves in the circuit of heaven" in Job 22:14/James Moffatt, and he sits "enthroned" above or upon the earth in Isa.40:22. Each planet speedily obeys his commandment "LET THERE BE LIGHT" in Psa.147:15 and is brought to this orbit, one every 15,000 years for millions of years now. Jer.51:15 and Psa.147:15 are two such passages which point to the 15 days or fifteen 1000 year days with the Lord.  Jer. 51:15 is a parallel of Jer. 10:12. Psalm 90 (a prayer of Moses who wrote Genesis) refers to these 1000 year days. Morning and Evening and Days and Years are all talked about in this chapter, displaying the analogy of Genesis' 6 DAYS of creation (which were 6000 years with a 1000 year sabbath rest) from God's perspective, not man's (And God saw that it was good- it was His time of work, not man's). Another 7000 years follows this, making a total of 14,000 years. 1000 years is spent taking one planet out of orbit and bringing in another one. When it reaches its "Ancient of Days", which is when it comes to 14,000 years completion here (Dan. 7:22), that's the end of a world's days and it is taken into the heavenly where it becomes a supernatural or eternal earth and world mentioned in Eph.3:21, Rev.21:1 and Isa.14:13. Then it begins it's "forever" or "Day of Eternity" in 2 Pet.3:18 and Micah 5:2. Thousands of worlds have preceded this one and an unending amount of worlds will be made after this one, as God is a maker of worlds, and has no plans for ceasing this activity.  Eccl. 3:15Compare all the translations.


God, hath in these last days spoken unto us by his Son, whom he hath appointed heir of all things, by whom also he made the WORLDS-Heb.1:2
How could the word "age" figure in and still be part of the equation? After this planet is taken into the supernatural and gone from here, my Grandfather saw golden letters come in the sky and it said, THIS IS THE BEGINNING OF A NEW AGE, THIS IS THE DAWNING OF ANOTHER GOLDEN DAY. It sounds like a Hebrew parallelism. What it's saying is this: This is the genesis (beginning) of a new world, this is the dawning of another golden age. This fits the Greek word AION, which means world, age and supports the day-age theory. He saw the moon made into the next habitable world, being shown about 3,000 years into it's creation. God does this on a regular routine basis. Every 15 days or 15,000 years is the dawning of another golden day (Psa.90:4). Just like the word aion suggests, a perpetual cycle stretching to infinity.

     "I have made the earth, and created man upon it: I, even my hands, have stretched out the heavens, and all their host have I commanded"-Isa.45:12. This is why he made a universe full of dead planets. He created the earth not in vain-Isa.45:18. "Who made the earth and fashioned it and himself fixed it fast, who created it no empty void, but made it for a place to dwell in"-Isa.45:18/New English Bible. Here is a play on words and what it is really saying is that God did not create the universe and all of the empty & void planets in vain but intends to make "worlds" out of them eventually (He will go on making one every 15,000 years forever). In the Hebrew in verse 18 the perpendicular line of earth to the north star with the equator is found in the word kuwn. He fixed it fast or made it to stand perpendicular. Isa.45:18 differentiates between the creating (bara) and making (asah) of earth.

Note:  Man never (baras) anything, it is only used of God creating ex nihilo or out of nothing. The word (asah) means to form or fashion out of pre-existent material.  (See In [the] Beginning)

Clearly it states the earth was formed or fashioned to be inhabited. This is covered by asah.  Bara goes back to Gen. 1:1, when he created the totality of the universe. The earth was selected out among the stars and brought here speedily like we see a bolt of lightning with the command "let there be light." The land surface was without form or fashion. Just a dead planet like the moon. Then from the first day onward he turns it into a habitable "world". This is what the word "framed" entails in Heb.11:3 and is included in the meaning of the word kuwn. Our world is the prime example. A universe full of dead planets, "earths" that were created not in vain. He plans to use them. They will be formed and fashioned to be inhabited just like this one. Every 15,000 years he makes one into a world. This is why he made Jesus, (Lucifer's replacement), as the new Daystar and morning star, to rule these worlds with his 144,000. He will have put down iniquity and rebellion forever this way. "Of the INCREASE of his government and peace THERE SHALL BE NO END!!"-Isaiah 9:7. The ETERNAL purpose purposed in Christ Jesus-Ephesians 3:11. "His name shall endure forever: His name shall be continued as long as the sun"-Psalm 72:17. 

O Lord my God, when I in awesome wonder,
Consider all the WORLDS thy hands have made;
I see the stars, I hear the rolling thunder,
Thy power throughout the universe displayed.
Then sings my soul, My Savior God, to Thee,
How great Thou art, How great Thou art.

The heavens declare the glory of God. Psalms 19:1

 How long is God going to keep making worlds?   It says 'forever.'
 Whatever is, has already been, and whatever will be, already is. God repeats what has passed - Ecclesiastes 3:15 Holman Christian Standard Bible

The eternal purpose which he purposed in Christ Jesus our Lord - Ephesians 3:11
Of the increase of his government and peace there shall be no end. . .
 . . .  from henceforth, even forever - Isaiah 9:7
There is no need for any government in Heaven!
Forever, O Lord, thy word is settled in heaven - Psalm 119:89
Thou art a priest forever after the order of Melchisedec - Hebrews 7:17
There is no need for any priesthood in Heaven!
And in the days of these kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom,
 which shall never be destroyed: and the kingdom thereof shall not be left to other people,
 but it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms,
 and it shall stand forever - Daniel 2:44
Moffatt's translation says with a sovereignty that shall never pass to others! 
The 144,000 are in view here,
 the royal priesthood or kings and priests mentioned elsewhere.
 Verse 44 is significant because of this.
The manchild of Rev. 12 is what this is talking about,
 the firstfruits or firstborn or 144,000
who are going to rule all the worlds God creates after this one. 
This office that they will hold, with the Lamb as their Head and Chief,
 will be eternal.
And they that be teachers shall shine as the brightness of the firmament;
 and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever - Daniel 12:3
 Verse 3 here because they will replace the third archangel Lucifer as a new "angel" of light or Daystar or Morning Star for ever and ever. 
 He took not on him the nature of angels (Heb.2:16); 
for it became him, for whom are all things, and by whom are all things (Heb.2:10);
 and didst set him over the works of thy hands (Heb.2:7);
 for unto angels hath he not put in subjection the world to come 
[or the coming habitable earth Rotherham](Heb.2:5)
But unto the Son he saith, Thy throne, O God, is for ever and ever - Hebrews 1:8

The Worlds to come
And again-raised together, and made together to sit in heavenly things in Christ Jesus;that he should show in the worlds above coming the plenteous riches of his grace in goodness on us in Christ Jesus-Ephesians 2:6,7 Wycliffe
He did this through Christ Jesus out of his generosity to us in order to show his extremely rich kindness in the world to come-Ephesians 2:7 God's Word Translation
so that for all future time he could show the very great riches of his grace by being kind to us in Christ Jesus-Ephesians 2.7 New Century Version
God did this so that in the future world he could show how truly good and kind he is to us because of what Christ Jesus has done-Ephesians 2:7 Contemporary English Version
But when all things shall have been brought into subjection to him, then the Son also himself shall be placed in subjection to him who put all things in subjection to him, that God may be all in all -1 Corinthians 15:28 Darby Bible Translation
For unto the angels hath he not put in subjection the world to come - Hebrews 2:5
Also out of the midst thereof came the likeness of four living creatures. And this was their appearance; they had the likeness of a man- Ezekiel 1:5

Whatsoever God doeth, it shall be for ever-Ecclesiastes 3:14
That which hath been made, the same continueth: the things that shall be, have already been: and God restoreth that which is past- Ecclesiastes 3:15 Douay-Rheims Bible
Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and to day, and for ever-Hebrews 13:8
He hath also established them* forever and ever:
He hath made a decree which shall not pass - Psalm 148:6 ( *1-5)
Look now toward heaven, and tell the stars, if thou be able to number them:
and he said unto him, So shall thy seed be - Genesis 15:5
As the host of heaven cannot be numbered, neither the sand of the sea measured:
 so will I multiply the seed of David my servant - Jeremiah 33:22
   Therefore sprang there even of one, and him as good as dead, so many as the stars 
of the sky in multitude, and as the sand which is by the sea shore innumerable 
- Hebrews 11:12

He cannot be a Father "Everlasting" unless he is begetting eternally . . .
Everlasting Father - Isaiah 9:6
             The beginning of the creation of God - Revelation 3:14                
Ephesians 3:14-15
Galatians 3:29