In chapter 11, the Lord has presented Himself to Israel at the right time (Daniel 9), in the right place (Jerusalem), in the right manner ( on a donkey).
A crowd rightly received Him, but the leaders of the Jews rejected Him saying ‘Who is this’. Likewise they rejected His forerunner - John the baptiser.
1 By a parable He identifies Himself as the “Son”.
2 In answer to the tax question, He presents scriptural wisdom.
3 Responding about the resurrection – He unveils His intimate knowledge of heaven.
4 The response to the question of the scribe, brings to the fore His full knowledge of the Old Testament scripture and the ultimate meaning of life.
5 By quoting Psalm 110, He claims to be greater than king David, yet heir to David’s throne , yea rather a greater throne. King of Kings and Lord of Lords.
I recommend you read this chapter through and see the objective teaching of the glory of the Lord.