What kind of bed is in this picture from "Walk Thru the Bible?" It’s an O-bed, reminding us of the Book of “O-bed-iah,” or Obadiah. In the background are two brothers, and one is holding a key to remind you that the key phrase of Obadiah is Brother’s Keeper. Here’s the story: Edom and Judah should have existed in brotherly harmony as neighbors. After all, they were in the same family: Edom was descended from Esau, and Judah from Jacob. But the fighting and feuding between their ancestors leads to national enmity between these two nations. In a moment of urgent need, with Israel’s enemies knocking at the gates of Jerusalem, the Edomites rush in to help . . . the enemy! As a result, God sends His prophet Obadiah to predict extinction for the arrogant Edomites for their unwillingness to serve as their brother’s keeper. In contrast, He promises that His people will ultimately destroy their enemies and live in peace.