Ok. Thanks. XXXXX thing you can do is appeal the decision, which is usually an appeal to the district court.
However, you must file a notice of appeal within 14 days of the date of entry of the judgment, order, or decree appealed from.
As I said above, your appeal will be determined by the district court. You may also be able to get a "stay" pending appeal, but you have to ask for it and if granted, you may have to post a bond. The issues that are likely to determine whether or not a stay will be granted include the likelihood of success on appeal, whether irreparable harm if the stay is denied, whether others will likely be harmed, and the public interest in granting the stay.
Usually the decision made by the bankruptcy court judge comes after a trial or hearing before the judge. In an appeal, however, there is no new trial. Instead, each side prepares and files a legal brief, and has an opportunity to make oral argument before the appellate court.
The biggest problem I see with your issue is that it's been more than 14 days since the order was entered. In that case, you will first have to file a motion to ask the court to re-open the time for appeal, and to prevail on that, you will have to establish good cause - - which could be that you didn't receive a copy of the order, etc.
If you can get the appeal window re-opened, then you have to file the notice of appeal as outlined above.