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His Saul purpose


Added 13 January 2019


Raphael Saul (Picture by Tremaine Yearwood.)

Raphael Saul is walking in his purpose. At a time when many people prefer to exist on “a superficial plane”, his refreshing honesty, his energy, and his conviction regardless of whether he is singing or speaking, tells you he knows who he is and what he is capable of.

He is a messenger and if you follow him on social media or listened to his radio show on Life 97.5 FM, you know exactly what he’s about.

The husband, father, lawyer, singer, lead consultant with Success With Raphael, motivational speaker, and entrepreneur sat down with Easy Magazine to talk about his love for music and life. 

Raphael loves God. He loves his wife and girls, his family, music, laughing, and helping people regardless of their station in life, to be better.

“Honestly, I love the stage. I love the opportunity whether it be on a small scale or a large scale, I love the opportunity to share a message. That really is me encapsulated, and if I do that musically on a stage like at Mahalia’s Corner with John Yarde, and Alix Cage, or if I’m at my church, I’m excited at the opportunity to share a message.

“If I’m speaking at a company, if I’m speaking at a graduation, it is just an opportunity for me to share a message and I have this huge belief in the power of information. I believe that information can change people’s situations in a dramatic way. Speaking professionally, it’s all about sharing a message at the end of the day,” he said. (GBM)

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