SEV Biblia, Chapter 8:36 Y dieron los despachos del rey a sus gobernadores y capitanes del otro lado del río, los cuales favorecieron al pueblo y a la casa de Dios.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Ezra 8:36 Verse 36. The king's lieutenants] ynprdŤja achashdarpeney: this is generally understood to mean lieutenant or deputy, and is probably of Persian origin, though here greatly corrupted. The Vulgate renders it regis satrapis, to the satraps of the king, which is the Persian satrab. A viceroy in Persian is soubah-dar; viceroys, soubahdaran. darafreen signifies a person in whom one has confidence; and achi is an epithet of a vizir. These two words conjoined will make nearly that of the text. But I do not give any of these etymologies with confidence. Other words might be proposed as candidates, but where there is so little certainty, conjecture is useless. Were it necessary a dissertation might be written on the Persian words, and Persian forms of speech, in this and the two following books; but probably after my toil few of my readers would thank me for my pains.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 36. And they delivered the king’s commissions unto the king’s lieutenants, and to the governors on this side the river , etc.] The governors of the provinces of Syria, Palestine, and Judea, which were on that side of Euphrates the land of Israel was: and they furthered the people, and the house of God ; or “lifted them up” f92 , eased them of all burdens, and freed them from all impediments, and assisted them and furnished them with everything, as the decree of Artaxerxes enjoined them; and provided everything as they required for ornamenting the temple, and for the sacrifices of it; all which is to be understood of the king’s lieutenants and governors, who obeyed his commands.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 31-36 - Enemies laid wait for the Jews, but God protected them. Even the commo perils of journeys, call us to go out with prayer, and to return with praise and thanksgiving. But what shall we render when the Lord has le us safely through the pilgrimage of life, through the gloomy vale of death, out of the reach of all our enemies, into everlasting happiness Among their sacrifices they had a sin-offering. The atonement sweeten and secures every mercy to us, which will not be truly comfortable unless sin be taken away, and our peace made with God. Then had the church rest. The expressions here used, direct us to the deliverance of sinners from spiritual bondage, and their pilgrimage to the heavenl Jerusalem, under the care and protection of their God and Saviour __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew ויתנו 5414 את 853 דתי 1881 המלך 4428 לאחשׁדרפני 323 המלך 4428 ופחוות 6346 עבר 5676 הנהר 5104 ונשׂאו 5375 את 853 העם 5971 ואת 853 בית 1004 האלהים׃ 430