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The story and screenplay for “Fireproof” also are these brothers’ work.Given the authors’ pastoral roles, it is no surprise that this book is much more a work of religion and faith than of psychology.For me, it was viewing the film that gave life to this book, bringing its overriding theme of marriage commitment to the fore.If you plan to read the book or follow its plan, I recommend renting “Fireproof” and viewing it as you start the book’s early chapters.Withdrawl: 0.00 AM: Husband makes coffee and has breakfast by himself. Wife longs for him to bring her coffee while getting ready.Withdrawl: .00 AM: Wife comments on something she sees on TV: Husband stonewalls (does not say anything). While grand gestures may have a large qualitative value attached to it as a deposit (as in the end of the movie ‘Fireproof’), when withdrawals have occurred numerous times daily and over the course of time, large value deposits are effectively worthless against the debt that is owed.For Christians, it is clear how it works and it’s power.
The dare-taker can have their negative perspective of his partner reset (more later on negative perspective), thus giving the marriage more time to heal.Remember, Christians divorce as the same rate as Non-Christians.Divorce is politically, gender, socio-economic, and religiously neutral.The more indebted the marriage, the more time it will take to get out of debt and obtain a positive balance – just like finances. 40 days may not be enough, and yet, God-willing, 40 days may be more than enough. It will then take a daily renewal of your marriage for the rest of your life.
The movie portrays well the negativity that has settled in to the marriage, even when one partner is committed to inject love and hope back into the marriage.