Notes for Job Chapter 40

Behemoth in Bible was a Sauropod Dinosaur.

Job 40:1-5
God requested for Job to answer, but Job humbly rejected.

Job 40:6-24
God defended His judgement upon Job by explaining His power and wisdom.
– Behemoth – Some people believe that these verses talk about an Elephant, or Hippopotamus, or even a Crocodile, but doctor Kent E. Hovind and I believe that it was a Sauropod kind of a Dinosaur/Dragon. Sauropods had really strong long necks and tails, and really thick pillar-like legs which extremely matches God’s descriptions of Behemoth. Behemoth in Hebrew means Gigantic Beast and if you pay attention to God’s description of this animal, you’ll see that it can Not be an Elephant, a Hippo, or a Crocodile. Dinosaur and Dragon is the same thing, people just started calling Dragons as Dinosaurs later on. Yes, people did live with Dinosaurs/Dragons because we see the proof for that throughout all human history, evolution-believing scientists (or evolutionists) are just hiding the truth from the people.


Vladimir Yasmenko is just a dude that Loves God (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit). Also, he reads and studies the Bible so he can know what God likes and doesn't like, that way he can please God better and at the same time be a better example for people around him. And, yes, he does fall sometimes or even lots of times, but he knows that with God's help he can get up, go on, and be clean from ALL sins. In these Bible Notes Vladimir just wants to share his opinion and knowledge on certain places in the Bible. So, that means, do Not take his opinion as a Fact, only the Holy Bible is The Fact. That is why you should read your own Bible, so you would know what is truth and why people believe what they believe.

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