Word study time! Everlasting is the key word for today. Webster’s says that it means forever or perpetual. Strong’s Concordance says perpetual, always, continual, without end. So it would stand to reason that if something was without end, it would keep on going, right? You’ll see in D&C that the order God ordained only lasted for 47 verses.
D&C 104:1, 47, 53; “…I give to you a commandment, concerning all the properties which belong to the order which I commanded to be organized and established, to be a united order and an everlasting order for the benefit of my church, and for the salvation of men until I come.’ Verse 47; ‘And now, a commandment I give unto you concerning Zion, that you shall no longer be bound as a united order to your brethren of Zion, only on this wise’. 53; ‘Therefore, you are dissolved as a united order with your brethren…”