Hi, I’m Liz, the person who is writing deep fragile grace.
Why deep fragile grace, you ask? Why not my name, you ask?
First, I’m a private (ish, private-ish) person, I like to still think I have some veil of privacy although I write a blog. Ha! Privacy. I’m even kidding myself some days.
Anyways, so that’s why I don’t have my whole name as a website address.
Second, I like the words “deep”, “fragile” and “grace”, and think they are words that describe both me and my outlook on life. They’re also beautiful words to boot.
I find that my life and my faith is full of deep, fragile grace.
Deep as: not shallow faith or appreciation of life; deep as in that feeling that goes down into your very marrow.
Fragile as: in who I am, who you are, and how the world tends to spin. One day is solid and steady, and I am sure of my place in the world; how much God loves me. And one day I’m not. In the difference of a heartbeat, it seems that the world is so shaky, delicate, and balancing on a thumb tack instead of resting steadily in God’s hands.
And grace: that there is always more than enough grace from God for all of us, and all of our sins, problems, insecurities, and frailties.
Clear as mud?
This blog obviously has a Christian bend. I will be honest; most of the posts will be about God, Christ, and these and other subjects that fascinate me. But don’t hold me to that exclusively. I am also very human, so writing a post about cute shoes or a funny post about my misadventures in life is within reason.
All that to say this: enjoy.
Thanks for taking the time to read; a blessing for me.
Hope my writing blesses you as much as you reading my writing blesses me.