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This is a very difficult, interesting, and challenging question. Some would say that since believers in Christ are "new creations" with "all things made new" (2 Corinthians 5:17), the sin and conse...
When you became a Christian, you were forgiven for all your sins. You are a new creation. If your former spouse is a Christian and still single, perhaps reconciliation is a possibility. If your former spouse is not a Christian, you actually shouldn't seek reconciliation because they are not a Christian. I would think that based upon Paul's teaching in I Corinthians 7, specifically where if an unbelieving spouse wishes to divorce a believing spouse that the believing spouse is both able to get the divorce AND remarry that you should consider yourself free to seek a Christian spouse now that you have a relationship with Christ.
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