Where will I find this text?

When the Lord says to go forth and multiply, whereabouts in the Bible does it say this and what does it mean?

 

I asked on another board and was told it was in,

Epididymis 10:11-15. However, I can't find this. 

Is it in a different version of the Bible?

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Genesis 9:7  As for you, be fruitful and increase in number; multiply on the earth and increase upon it."

                                                Surprised

So I got me a pen and a paper, and I made up my own little sign. I said, "Thank you Lord, for thinkin' about me, I'm alive and doin' fine."

Michael is correct - Genesis 9 is about Noah and his family. 

Also in Genesis 1:28, about Adam and Eve:  And God blessed them, and God said to them, "Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth and subdue it; and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the air and over every living thing that moves upon the earth."

Looks to me like Cranky and his boy friend Phys have been up late figuring ways to shove atheist hate and super stition on us all.  Atheists got the weirdest cult that ever was, so they only get the weakest minded sort of kooks.

God gave us this planet and told us to make it great.  We would do that except atheists only make every thing ugly, smelly, and rotten.

Atheists brought all the stupidity and hate into the world and that is why every body has to suffer so bad all the time.  If it had not been for atheists and their scummy sort this planet would be paradise.

The sooner they learn to talk sense the sooner we can make this planet happy.  Course, atheists all gotta run death camps to force atheism on us so that means they all signed on for that 100%.

Atheists gotta be the dumbest and most worthless things on the planet.

"Peace on earth to people of good will," Luke, chapter 2.

Atheists kill children and turn them into stew in their gulags with Dawkins, Stalin and Pol Pot.

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