SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:28 Y los bendijo Dios; y les dijo Dios: Fructificad y multiplicaos, y llenad la tierra, y sojuzgadla, y seņoread en los peces del mar, y en las aves de los cielos, y en todas las bestias que se mueven sobre la tierra.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 1:28 Verse 28. And God blessed them] Marked them as being under his especial protection, and gave them power to propagate and multiply their own kind on the earth. A large volume would be insufficient to contain what we know of the excellence and perfection of man, even in his present degraded fallen state. Both his body and soul are adapted with astonishing wisdom to their residence and occupations; and also the place of their residence, as well as the surrounding objects, in their diversity, colour, and mutual relations, to the mind and body of this lord of the creation. The contrivance, arrangement, action, and re-action of the different parts of the body, show the admirable skill of the wondrous Creator; while the various powers and faculties of the mind, acting on and by the different organs of this body, proclaim the soul's Divine origin, and demonstrate that he who was made in the image and likeness of God, was a transcript of his own excellency, destined to know, love, and dwell with his Maker throughout eternity.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 26-28 - Man was made last of all the creatures: this was both an honour and favour to him. Yet man was made the same day that the beasts were; his body was made of the same earth with theirs; and while he is in the body, he inhabits the same earth with them. God forbid that by indulging the body, and the desires of it, we should make ourselve like the beasts that perish! Man was to be a creature different from all that had been hitherto made. Flesh and spirit, heaven and earth must be put together in him. God said, "Let us make man." Man, when he was made, was to glorify the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Into tha great name we are baptized, for to that great name we owe our being. It is the soul of man that especially bears God's image. Man was mad upright, Ec 7:29. His understanding saw Divine things clearly an truly; there were no errors or mistakes in his knowledge; his wil consented at once, and in all things, to the will of God. Hi affections were all regular, and he had no bad appetites or passions His thoughts were easily brought and fixed to the best subjects. Thu holy, thus happy, were our first parents in having the image of God upon them. But how is this image of God upon man defaced! May the Lor renew it upon our souls by his grace!
Original Hebrew ויברך 1288 אתם 853 אלהים 430 ויאמר 559 להם אלהים 430 פרו 6509 ורבו 7235 ומלאו 4390 את 853 הארץ 776 וכבשׁה 3533 ורדו 7287 בדגת 1710 הים 3220 ובעוף 5775 השׁמים 8064 ובכל 3605 חיה 2416 הרמשׂת 7430 על 5921 הארץ׃ 776