Dr. DeRouchie writes,
“The priest/scribe Ezra was a man whose life provided a model of godly leadership to a people in desperate need of hearing God’s Word and seeing God’s will lived out in practical ways.
You have learned that the Infinitive Construct with the preposition ְל often complements the main verb by expressing the purpose, goal, or result to which the main verb points. In Ezra 7:10, there are three Infinitive Construct forms that are used in this way in a verse that highlights Ezra’s personal commitments. ”
Read the rest: DeRouchie–A Life Centered on Torah