Here is a divorce scenario that I've been thinking about for a while (and this scenario is common in a lot of families these days). A woman gets married. Then she gets divorced (and it's not because of fornication or anything of that nature, its just because they didn't want to be together anymore, there is no legitimate reason), and she and her ex-husband are both still alive but didn't have any children. Later, she gets married again and has children with her new husband. Her ex-husband is still alive but never remarried. She on the other hand did remarry and now has two children. 20 years go by and the children are at a somewhat mature age. She is technically living in adultery according to Matthew 5:32 (But I say unto you, That whosoever shall put away his wife, saving for the cause of fornication, causeth her to commit adultery: and whosoever shall marry her that is divorced committeth adultery.) So, if she stills lives with the 2nd husband she is still living in adultery but she can't exactly just end the relationship because both of them now have children together. What is the best thing for the woman to do in a situation like this. Still live in adultery for the kids sake or what other options does she have? Many people are in these circumstances and I've been wondering what the best possible option, Biblically speaking, would there be. Or does the Bible not give us enough on this topic to be able to give a definite answer?