The Meaning of Numbers: The Number 65
The number sixty-five (65) is linked to the leading Israelite tribe of Ephraim. This relationship is due to Isaiah the prophet's words that stated, "For the head of Syria is Damascus, and the head of Damascus is Rezin; and within sixty-five years Ephraim shall be broken so that it shall not be a people" (Isaiah 7:8).
Mahalealel, the great, great grandson of Adam, and Enoch, Mahalealel's grandson, were both 65 years old when they had their first son (Genesis 5:15, 21).
In 65 A.D. the Apostle Paul was preaching the gospel either in Spain and Britian.
The books of 1 and 2Chronicles together have a total of sixty-five chapters.
David, Isaiah and number sixty-five
Psalm 65, written by King David, testifies of God's awesome power and his willingness to hears us and forgive sins. The Psalm praises the Lord's generosity in providing a bountiful harvest and increasing our wealth, as well as his ability to offer us eternal salvation.
Isaiah 65, among other things, offers prophecies concerning the effects of Christ's righteous rule over the earth during the period known as the Millennium. It also reveals God's plan to ultimately create a new heaven and new earth (along with a new Jerusalem) in the near future (Isaiah 65:17, Revelation 21).
Isaiah 65 also contains one of the most beautiful and well known passages quoted in regard to God's future kingdom coming to the earth.
"The wolf and the lamb will feed together, and the lion will eat straw like the ox; and dust will be the food of the serpent. They will not hurt nor destroy in all My holy mountain," says the Lord. (Isaiah 65:25, HBFV).
Additional info on the Biblical Meaning of 65
Only the books of Psalms and Isaiah number more than 65 chapters.
Jude is the sixty-fifth book in most modern Bible translations. Jude was one of the half-brothers of Jesus.
Only chapter 26 in the book of Numbers has exactly 65 verses.