The Holy Bible is the most accurate and complete world history that will ever be written. In its entirety, it includes God’s almighty power that has governed all worldly events ever to have happened unto the present and continues to prophetically foretell all future events to ever happen unto the ending. It cannot be history if God’s presence is omitted. He created the Heaven and the Earth and then gave life to man. History is primarily a revelation of God’s dealings in the lives of men thereafter. Early in history God made a covenant with a man we know as Abraham and promised great things would happen to the posterity of that man, but his wife, Sarah, was barren and could not have children. Sarah knew of the covenant God made with her husband and felt obligated to help God fulfill His promises. She gave her maid, Hagar, to have a child from Abraham named Ishmael, but it did not please God. He caused Sarah to become pregnant and have a child named Isaac after she was 99 years old. He is known as the child of promise and Abraham was over 100 years old when he was born. World history for God’s people continues from the history of Isaac’s posterity. He chose a wife named Rebecca and she became pregnant with twins that were found fighting within her womb. Prayer was made to God about it, and He prophesied that the elder would be a wild man and would serve the younger. This is mentioned with emphasis because the elder born was named Esau and the younger was named Jacob. Esau unwisely sold his rightful birthright to Jacob for a mess of pottage and is thereafter known as Jacob’s inferior. The posterity of Esau has always been considered as atheists and are presently found in Russia. Jacob’s posterity are recognized as God’s children and are mostly found in U.S. America. That should begin to show you why this is being written. It shows the history of Russians as they are known today and their future is prophesied to lead the great coalition against the free world in the soon to be greatly feared tribulation. You can find most of this in the 38th and 39th chapters of Ezekiel.