Think hard about this now:
Daily (adj) pertains to Day (noun). Daily can not mean the same as Weekly (adj) because Weekly pertains to seven days in a row which is a Week (noun). Now we know that Eon (noun) is a period of time with a beginning and an ending but traditional theologians, pastors, and the uninformed will insist that Eonian (adj of Eon) is the same as Eternal (adj) because, they reason (in error) that Eonian pertains to Eternity (noun). If they are right then Daily would pertain to a Week and not a Day which is absurd just as much as Eonian would pertain to an Eternity and not an Eon is absurd. The adjective of Eternity is Eternal not Eonian.
The noun Age is the same as the noun Eon. Eonian is the adjective of Eon. Age has no adjectival form but you could use Agely, Agish, or Age-during as Dr. Robert Young does in his Young’s Concordance and Young’s Literal Bible. (Strong’s number 166 for Eonian and Strong’s number 165 for Eon you know, right?)
Therefore, Eonian never means an endless period of time. When you are able to grasp God’s purpose of the Eons, which do come to an end, you will see that this is so and why it is so. You will see the other magnificent teachings in God’s word that are obscured by faulty translations such as this.
When you receive a Weekly allowance you receive some money each and every Week not every Month.
When you receive a Monthly pay check you receive the money every Month not annually.
When you receive Eonian life you receive it for only each of the final two Eons, not for Eternity and that is what these following seventy two verses are really talking about.
Read each of these seventy two verses and learn that the events and conditions dealt with in each verse endure for a limited time. This corrects false traditional (pagan) ideas and beliefs of very important events and conditions.