My Legs May Be Paralyzed But My Mind Isn't
Are you going through life doing the same thing and getting the same undesirable results or no results at all?
Are you paralyzed spiritually, emotionally, mentally or physically?
Sometimes when people think of paralysis, the first thing they think of is a physical disability. It is possible to be paralyzed in our thinking, our spirits, and our emotions At the age of fourteen, Ray Grand was told that he would never walk again. With ambitions of being an NBA player, coupled with not having truly experienced life, this news was catastrophic for Ray and his loved ones.
Through it all, Ray learned how to cope with his physical disability. Even though his legs became paralyzed, he did not let it affect his mind. Ray knew that God wanted him to be free from the bondage of self-doubt, depression, oppression and feeling as if his life was “less than” because of his physical condition. He recognized his need to be healed spiritually, emotionally and mentally before his physical healing could take place.
“My Legs May Be Paralyzed, But My Mind Isn’t” is an introspective look into the life of one man who made a decision to live a purposeful life despite his circumstances. Ray Grand is an entrepreneur, inspirational speaker and Kingdom influencer committed to leading people from all walks of life to follow the plans of God to live impactful and successful lives.