Whether your experience with married sex was good or bad, you still experienced the freedom to be sexually intimate with your spouse and that is something that can be difficult to step away from after divorce.
Now I’ve read a lot of posts on the forum and I can see that so many of you are vehemently committed to living a chaste life and having chaste relationships. But society has stacked the odds against you and sexual intimacy is still one of the most common mistake people make after a divorce.
As I mentioned before, society has definitely stacked the odds against us.
b runs the danger of leaving the woman involved a double victim: she has been divorced by a husband who may well have rejected her at his own whim and is now to be barred from any new relationship because she bears the stigma of the 'divorcee'.
Matthew has a twofold warning: 1) Do not divorce without cause.
2) Do not pursue a relationship with someone who has abandoned their spouse.
Many great bible teachers are divided on this issue.
Some believe that remarriage to another is never allowed unless one of the spouses dies, but others suggest that it is permissible when adultery and abandonment occur.
Safeguard the gift of your heart, mind, body and soul – the total donation of yourself in marriage – with the understanding of the sacredness and importance.