Why 14,000 Years

Why 14,000 Years 

           From pgs. 37-38, 113-114 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.  When a world reaches it’s “ancient of days” (the Lord’s words),  He caught the people up to the New Jerusalem (in Paradise).  When it’d come to the end of 14,000 years,  He’d call it, it’s “Ancient of days.”  That’s the end of a world’s days.

7,000 + 7,000

       God put the creation on the earth in 6,000 years.  Then he rested for 1000 years. Thus the "WORLDS WERE FRAMED (or finished, perfected, made what they ought to be—inhabited, BY THE WORD OF GOD".  It was the first sabbath or thousand year rest.  Adam and Eve were in the Garden (Paradise) for nearly 1000 years before the Serpent pulled off his deception there and caused man to fall, causing God to drive them out before the 1000 years was even fulfilled.   Man has lived on the earth for some 6,000 years now since that transpired making it the year 5774 according to the Jewish calendar.  It is now the year of our Lord 2014 according to the AD reckoning. We're probably somewhere between those two calendars. After Armageddon,  the millenial thousand year reign of Christ begins,  being the second sabbath or thousand year rest.  This adds up to 14,000 years total.   And it has to be, and can only be, 14,000 years total,  when you consider the following. 

Gematria (10 + 4)

        Numbers have a certain SYMBOLISM. It is a study known as Gematria in which certain numbers have a certain meaning: for example, one is the number of unity; two is the number of union; three is the number of deity; four is the number of the earth; the number five represents the perfection of the natural order (the number four), with the addition of one: HaShem Himself. As the thumb connects the other four fingers, so HaShem connects with the four of this world to perfect the natural order; the number of six is the number of man; seven is the number of perfection; eight is the number of the order of new things; ten is the number of completion (Heb.10:10; Rev.10:7) or sometimes earthly completion, the sum of six plus four and so on.

Certain things and certain events will be presented in the Biblical text according to a certain numerical pattern. As an example, in Matthew chapter one, we have the genealogy of Jesus. Also, the numerical value of the name David according to two translations is 14.  Obviously, the writer of the book of Matthew wanted to be SYMBOLIC and not literal.  Notice in verse 17 that the genealogy is constructed contrary to the book of Chronicles (omitting 3 consecutive kingly generations),  but is constructed to fit three divisions of 14 generations each, 
14 being the number of the sum of 10 and 4, or 
earthly completion.  
14 is also twice the number of perfection.    Each 7th day is a Sabbath rest.  After each first and second 7,000 year period ends, an eighth day begins,  which is the day of new things or new beginnings.  [This now remaining 8th is the fifteenth day as relates to a final second week's ending -see the Calendar below].   As relates to a WORLD, it would be the beginning of it's days in eternity.  Behold, I make all things new-Rev.21:5.

Mathematical-Numerical God

The timeline in which God makes a new world EVERY 15,000 YEARS on a ROUTINE basis is very profound.   Only the numbers here are significant.

A day is as a thousand years with the Lord. 6 (days) x 24 (hours) = 144 (hours).
Adding the 7th day it is 168 (hours).
2 weeks (half a month) is 168 (hrs.) x 2 = 336.
Adding another 24 (hrs.), the 15th day, makes it 360*.

So every 15 days (half a month) or 15,000 years God has come full circle, so to speak. (*360 degrees in a circle).

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

He moves in the circuit of heaven habitually  (Job 22:14/Moffat/YLT).
Habitual means: constant, persistent, continual, continuous, perpetual, nonstop, recurrent, repeated, frequent; interminable, incessant, ceaseless, endless, never-ending; eternal

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