I misspoke about sins being “undone”. You can’t un-lie, but you can have Godly aorrow and STOP lying. You can’t un-murder someone, but you can have Godly sorrow STOP murdering. What does Godly sorrow about some divorce/remarriage situation result in as to repentance since Godly sort row and repentance are not the same thing, right? I am NOT lumping all divorce situations or participants into the same basket.
I guess I ought to clarify my thoughts.
What I mean by reversing or undoing a sin, I mean going back to those wronged and confessing it and doing the opposite. If you lied to somebody, go back and tell the truth on the matter you lied about. If you stole from somebody, give it back, etc. On the other hand, you can't unmurder somebody, nor can you remarry your former spouse if you or your former spouse are remarried to someone else.
As for godly sorrow and repentance with regard to a divorce and remarriage situation, well, like I posted just earlier, ...repentance would be the decision to turn from such acts and recommitting oneself to God in truth and godliness. Inasmuch as godly sorrow leads to repentance, the person who is truly sorrowful over any sin and seeks to live in holiness unto God can be forgiven... Maybe
true godly sorrow and repentance for a divorced person who was in the wrong means he or she cannot remarry. I'm just saying maybe. I would think in the case of one who is remarried to another, it means being more committed to this new marriage so as to overcome, with God's help, whatever problems threaten it. This would be the kind of commitment that was not exercised in the former marriage.