Let me make just a few other comments about divorce. This was, Jesus again repeated, not the way it was in the beginning divorce is one of the fruits of the fall. I think all Christians would agree that God's ideal for marriage is "one man and one woman, living together in marriage until parted by death. God made it clear that those whom He joined together in marriage, man should not separate. Rather than to try to persuade His disciples otherwise, Jesus said that staying single might be an option to take seriously.
You really need to resolve this matter in your own hearts and minds, before you become emotionally attached and committed to each other.
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I understand Paul to be instructing Christians not to divorce. Are they able to discuss their former spouse without too much anger and bitterness? I disagree that this limits our Lord's words to the engagement period, and not beyond. They must certainly be able to have on-going marital sexual relations without feeling that they are committing adultery. This was, Jesus again repeated, not the way it was in the beginning divorce is one of the fruits of the fall. The most important question is, Will this marriage glorify God? Virtually everyone was shocked to hear what Jesus was saying.