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Rav K’tina asserts that the world is destined to exist six thousand years. In the seventh millennium it will be obliterated (changed), when the world of this verse (Isaiah 2:11) will be fulfilled, “HaShem alone will be mighty on that day”… There is proof to the opinion of Rav K’tina, for we learn, “Just as each seventh year is Shmitta, a yeay of sabbatical, so the world will have a sabbatical one thousand years in a period of seven thousand, as the novi proclaims, HaShem alone will be mighty on that day.” Another verse, Psalms 92a, indicating the same idea: “A song, a poem for the day of Shabbot,” referring to a day of utter sabbatical. “Day” in these verses means one thousand years, as we learn from, Psalms 90:4, “One thousand years in Your eyes are like a day, like the previous day just passed.”
From “Mysteries of the Creation” by Rabbi Dovid Brown. We are studying from the following pages: pg. 185–187.
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