On January 12, 2013, Pastor Godsoe put himself in the shoes of Alexander, a coppersmith in Ephesus who opposed Paul of Tarsus (Acts 19:33) during the feast of Athena. Alexander is a Bible character that many people know. However, it’s a thought-provoking message on a lesser-known Bible character.
The Jews in the crowd pushed Alexander to the front, and they shouted instructions to him. He motioned for silence in order to make a defense before the people. – Acts 19:33