SEV Biblia, Chapter 7:6 Este Esdras subió de Babilonia, el cual era escriba diligente en la ley de Moisés, que dio el SEÑOR Dios de Israel; y le concedió el rey, según la mano del SEÑOR su Dios sobre él, todo lo que pidió.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Ezra 7:6 Verse 6. A ready scribe] ryjm rpws sopher machir does not merely signify a speedy writer or an excellent penman, but one who was eminently skillful in expounding the law. In this sense the word grammateuv, scribe, is repeatedly used in the New Testament, and we find that both in the Old and New Testament it had the same signification.
The Syriac gives the sense of the word by translating sophro chocimo, a wise scribe, or expounder.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 6. This Ezra went up from Babylon, etc.] A second time; for that he went up with Zerubbabel is clear from ( Nehemiah 12:1), and is plainly intimated, ( Ezra 5:4), and he was a ready scribe in the law of Moses, which the Lord God of Israel had given; the meaning is, not that he had a quick hand in writing out copies of it, but was well versed in the knowledge of it; had studied it thoroughly, well instructed in it, and was abundantly qualified to teach it others; he was an eminent doctor of the law; so scribes, in the New Testament, who are the same with the lawyers, were such as were teachers of the law; the word here used in the Arabic language signifies to be expert, as Jarchi f73 learned from one of their doctors: and the king granted him all his request, according to the hand of the Lord his God upon him ; either upon Ezra, giving him favour with the king, and so success and prosperity; or it may denote the divine influence of the God of Ezra upon the heart of the king, moving him to grant what he asked of him, even everything he desired: he seems to have been sent upon an embassy to the king from the chief men at Jerusalem; perhaps the governors of Syria had not so fully made the disbursements the king in his decree had required them to make, since the following commission chiefly respects such things; and he was sent on that errand to acquaint the king with it, as well as to persuade those that remained to return, and to obtain leave for it.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-10 - Ezra went from Babylon to Jerusalem, for the good of his country. The king was kind to him; he granted all his requests, whatever Ezr desired to enable him to serve his country. When he went, many wen with him; he obtained favour from his king, by the Divine favour. Ever creature is that to us, which God makes it to be. We must see the han of God in the events that befall us, and acknowledge him with thankfulness.
Original Hebrew הוא 1931 עזרא 5830 עלה 5927 מבבל 894 והוא 1931 ספר 5608 מהיר 4106 בתורת 8451 משׁה 4872 אשׁר 834 נתן 5414 יהוה 3068 אלהי 430 ישׂראל 3478 ויתן 5414 לו המלך 4428 כיד 3027 יהוה 3068 אלהיו 430 עליו 5921 כל 3605 בקשׁתו׃ 1246