Jesus is the Desire of all Nations.
In Haggai 2:7-9 the prophet says the Desire of all Nations will come, and the glory of this latter house will be greater than the former.
The temple of Zerubabbel was never greater than Solomon's temple, and was not marked with a cloud of glory at its inauguration. This prophecy was fulfilled in that Jesus taught in the temple of Zerubabbel. As Malachi predicted, the Lord would come suddenly (unexpectedly) to his temple (Mal. 3:1).
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