A day to the Lord is as 1000 years and 1000 years as one day ( Bible 2Peter 3.8), so if you count further a big year would be 365.000 earthyears and so you could continue.
It is not mentioned in the Bible how long the creationdays are and if these are 24 of the hours we know now. A day is determined by the fact how long it takes for a certain point on the Earth surface to describe a full circle around. So a day on Mars is a bit shorter for example.
There are days of millions and millions of earthyears a.o. Bible Hosea 6.1-3; the downfall and resurrection of creation: 'Come let us return to the Lord because He has ripped apart and will heal us He has beaten and will bind us up. After two days He will revive us and the third day He will raise us and we will live before His face. Yes we want to know Him (then again) and persue to know Him. As sure as the daybreak is His comming up. Then He commes to us as the rain, as the late rain, which sprinkles the land'. So a downfall, a revive and a raise to fullness again = 3 (enormous) big days, which we not all live through consciously.
Extensive Bibletext references and explanation about this in "GENESIS, Big Bang, Pulsating Universe or what?".
So the building up situation where we are set to make choices and so excersize, materialize, actualize, ourselfes for the responsible part we have to do ourselfs, is the revive-part where God creates us in the flesh again. We are asleep or conscious in the spirit-departement when not in the flesh.
The first part of Genesis reports about the perfect creation Genesis 1.1-2.3 where for example man eats fruit (grain beans and what you make from that, etc.) and the animals eat vegetables. So that alone already gives another perspective of course. Then you see the evolution of things further in details developing comming from the downfall, starting Genesis 2.5.
Without giving numbers you see those days, weeks, years, in the Bible for the duration of certain things.
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