Ancient of days

the Supreme Being; God.
a name for God, originating in the Authorized Version of the Old Testament (Daniel 7:9)

an expression applied to Jehovah three times in the vision of Daniel (7:9, 13, 22) in the sense of eternal. In contrast with all earthly kings, his days are past reckoning.


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