42 In that the toes of the feet were partly of iron and partly of clay, the latter stages of this kingdom will be partly strong and partly fragile. 43 And in that you saw iron mixed with wet clay, so people will be mixed with one another without adhering to one another, just as iron does not mix with clay. 44 In the days of those kings the God of heaven will raise up an everlasting kingdom that will not be destroyed and a kingdom that will not be left to another people. It will break in pieces and bring about the demise of all these kingdoms. But it will stand forever. 45 You saw that a stone was cut from a mountain, but not by human hands; it smashed the iron, bronze, clay, silver, and gold into pieces. The great God has made known to the king what will occur in the future. The dream is certain, and its interpretation is reliable.” 46 Then King Nebuchadnezzar bowed down with his face to the ground and paid homage to Daniel. He gave orders to offer sacrifice and incense to him.
13 Just then a major earthquake took place and a tenth of the city collapsed; seven thousand people were killed in the earthquake, and the rest were terrified and gave glory to the God of heaven. 14 The second woe has come and gone; the third is coming quickly. 15 Then the seventh angel blew his trumpet, and there were loud voices in heaven saying: “The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ, and he will reign for ever and ever.” 16 Then the twenty-four elders who are seated on their thrones before God threw themselves down with their faces to the ground and worshiped God 17 with these words: “We give you thanks, Lord God, the All-Powerful, the one who is and who was,because you have taken your great power and begun to reign.
Notes and References
"... While the grammatical subject of “will reign,” is “the kingdom” (verse 15b), this is clearly impossible, for the logical subject is certainly God, to be supplied from “our Lord,” in verse 15b. There are several parallel phrases from the Old Testament that appear in the LXX, e.g., LXX Psalm 9:37 (Masoretic Text: 10:16), “the Lord will reign for ever and ever” (see other LXX passages: Exodus 15:18; Zechariah 14:9; Daniel 2:44; 7:14, 27; Psalm 145:10; Wisdom of Solomon 3:8). The eternal reign of God is also found in an eschatological context in Joseph and Aseneth 19:8 ..."
Aune, David Word Biblical Commentary: Revelation 6-16 (p. 610) Zondervan, 2017