7:14 all peoples . . . should serve him. The “son of man” is Christ, the Messiah. Jesus referred this passage to Himself, and doing so caused the religious leaders of His day to accuse Him of blasphemy (Matt. 26:64, 65; Mark 14:62–64).
an everlasting dominion. He is given God’s sovereignty and exercises the rule symbolized by the stone that fell in Nebuchadnezzar’s dream (2:34, 35, 44, 45).