This is a carryover from the closed thread. I think this is worth a conversation. annsi asked: Divorce is a single sin. You repent of it just as you would any other sin. I think what you're asking about is the adultery part because the woman remarried. Personally, I believe that what God says about marriage and divorce applies whether you're lost or saved. This is one of the reasons I have told the young men I have taught in the past to be sure that you plan on spending your life with her. I do not believe you are freed from a marriage just because you divorce and both are unsaved. If a spouse is still alive, it's still Biblical adultery. Just as I would counsel two unsaved people who were fornicating, who then got saved that they must stop their illicit relationship, I'd say the same thing to a person who got divorced while unsaved, but then was saved and in a relationship with someone else. The unBiblical relationship would need to cease. If her leaving the first husband and marrying a second while still unsaved was sinful, the second marriage while unsaved is also sinful because she's still married to the first in God's eyes. And both people in the second marriage getting saved still don't undo the first marriage.