Is it ok to divorce someone if they have truly repented for sexual immorality?

I know the bible says you can divorce only for sexual immortality. But is there anything that supports NOT divorcing if their truly repentive. Or if their are children involved?

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    3 Responses to “Is it ok to divorce someone if they have truly repented for sexual immorality?”

    1. *SDA 4 CHRIST* Romans 10:9 Says:

      Yes. Adultery is a biblical grounds for Divorce. God hates divorce.

      Romans 10:9

    2. Pixie Princesse <3 Says:

      Do you realize you wrote "sexual immortality"? That has a totally different connotation from immorality…you also used the word "their" twice when it was not appropriate either time (*they’re, *there).
      And, it depends on the immorality, to me. I would not want to stay with a husband who cheated on me, even though I’m not Christian.

    3. strpenta Says:

      Actually, my understanding is that Jesus said infertility was the only reason for divorce. As long as there are kids, no divorce.