You are certainly entitled to your personal convictions, but as a minister of the Lord, is this the impression you want to leave with your sisters in Christ (or brothers) that they are somehow not as marriageable or damaged goods? Does not the Lord determine our time and habitation, whether or not we have godly or wicked parents?Yes. God can redeem the greatest of sinners.
And yes, a thrice-divorced lady who ran around in between those marriages can also find a man and live a happy life afterwards. But again, this is not who I would marry nor advise my sons to marry. Call me judgmental if you will. But some men and women are more marriageable than others, and I suppose such a woman needs somebody less critical than I am because it's a hard pass from me. Personality faults and sins are often ingrained.
But I would not marry a "Come back Barbara" no matter how her life has been reformed. I know my reply will probably spark anger in some, and that is okay. I am sure there is a perfect "Come back Bob" somewhere out there to fit her needs.
These are the same women whom the Lord Jesus Christ shed His own blood and takes them for His bride. He makes fit, adorns, and lavishes His love upon His bride. The marriage supper will be made of redeemed sinners that were wholly defiled by sin, broken, unacceptable, and spiritual harlots before clothed with the righteousness of Christ. He came to save the sick and the lost.