SEV Biblia, Chapter 7:13 Por mí es dado mandamiento, que cualquiera que quisiere en mi reino, del pueblo de Israel y de sus sacerdotes y levitas, ir contigo a JerusalÚn, vaya.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Ezra 7:13 Verse 13. Their own free-will] None shall be forced either to go or to stay. He who loves his God will avail himself of this favourable opportunity.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 13. I make a decree , etc.] Which, according to the laws of the Medes and Persians, when signed, might not be changed, ( Daniel 6:8), that all they of the people of Israel, and of his priests and Levites, in my realm ; who remained there, and took not the benefit of the edict of Cyrus, which gave them leave to go; but neglecting the opportunity, it seems as if they could not now go out of the realm without a fresh grant, which is hereby given: which are minded of their own freewill to go up to Jerusalem, go with thee ; this decree did not oblige them to go whether they would or not; for they might, notwithstanding this, continue if they pleased; it only gave them leave to make use of the present opportunity of going along with Ezra, if they chose it.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 11-26 - The liberality of heathen kings to support the worship of God reproached the conduct of many kings of Judah, and will rise up i judgment against the covetousness of wealthy professed Christians, wh will not promote the cause of God. But the weapons of Christia ministers are not carnal. Faithful preaching, holy lives, ferven prayers, and patient suffering when called to it, are the means to bring men into obedience to Christ.
Original Hebrew מני 4481 שׂים 7761 טעם 2942 די 1768 כל 3606 מתנדב 5069 במלכותי 4437 מן 4481 עמה 5972 ישׂראל 3479 וכהנוהי 3549 ולויא 3879 למהך 1946 לירושׁלם 3390 עמך 5974 יהך׃ 1946