Yes, adultery is forgiven, but that does not change what occurred. The answer is no, because the result would be another unbiblical divorce – another sin. God only allows it because of the hardness of hearts.This is the message of Matt 19:9; Mark -12 and Luke .The second word is in the present middle tense meaning that the woman commits adultery herself by marrying another man. These passages reveal that the woman can live in a state of non-adultery as long as she does not marry someone else.Anyone who has a biblical divorce has the right to remarry with God’s blessing.Any other divorce or remarriage does not have God’s blessing. Now to answer your question, we want to turn to Matthew , The Greek words for “commit” and “commits” come from the root words MOICHEUO and MOIXAO.A biblical divorce has the right of remarriage with God’s blessing.In brief, a biblical divorce is a divorce that occurred because the offending spouse committed sexual sin with someone else (bestiality, homosexuality, heterosexuality, or incest) or because the non-Christian spouse obtained the divorce.Even though believers are forgiven of their sins, believers are still sinners.
If either former spouse marries someone else he or she remains an adulterer according to Romans 7:3.So then, if while her husband is living she is joined to another man, she shall be called an adulteress; but if her husband dies, she is free from the law, so that she is not an adulteress though she is joined to another man. Because God says they should never have been married in the first place. But Adam made us all sinners, and we never had a choice in that decision.