The Scofield Bible Commentary, by Cyrus Ingerson Scofield, , at sacred-texts.com
That is, October.
house in her first glory
The prophet calls upon the old men who remembered Solomon's temple to witness to the new generation how greatly that structure exceeded the present in magnificence; and then utters a prophecy (Hag 1:7-9) which can only refer to the future kingdom temple described by Ezekiel. It is certain that the restoration temple and all subsequent structures, including Herod's, were far inferior in costliness and splendour to Solomon's. The present period is described in (Hos 3:4); (Hos 3:5).
Verse 6 (Dan 2:6) is quoted in (Heb 12:26); (Heb 12:27).
Verse 7 (Dan 2:7): "I will shake all nations," refers to the great tribulation and is followed by the coming of Christ in glory, as in (Mat 24:29); (Mat 24:30).
"The desire of all nations" is Christ.
(See Scofield) - (Mal 3:1).
In a sense all the temples (i.e Solomon's; Ezra's; Herod's; that which will be used by the unbelieving Jews under covenant with the Beast (Dan 9:27); (Mat 24:15); (Th2 2:3); (Th2 2:4) and Ezekiel's future kingdom temple Ezekiel 40-47), are treated as one "house" -- the "house of the Lord," since they all profess to be that. For that reason Christ purified the temple of His day, erected though it was by an Idumean usurper to please the Jews. (Mat 21:12); (Mat 21:13).
Or, the future glory of this house shall be greater than the former.
(See Scofield) - (Jer 11:15).