That last, lonely planet sticks around for another 50 billion years, but its fate is sealed. Eventually, it, too, is knocked loose by the gravitational influence of passing stars. Ultimately, by 100 billion years after the Sun turns into a white dwarf, the Solar System is no more.
“The heavens will disappear with a roar; the elements will be destroyed by fire, and the Earth and everything in it will be laid bare.” This is the culmination of a series of events called “the day of The Lord,” the time when God will intervene in human history for the purpose of judgment. At that time, all that God has created, “the heavens and the Earth” (Genesis 1:1), God will destroy.
After the Sun exhausts the hydrogen in its core, it will balloon into a red giant, consuming Venus and Mercury. Earth will become a scorched, lifeless rock — stripped of its atmosphere, its oceans boiled off. … While the Sun won’t become a red giant for another 5 billion years, a lot can happen in that time.