Divorce is not sanctioned in the Amish church, though may occur in rare cases. Separations, however, do occasionally occur among Amish.
Amish do not remarry so long as their previous partner is alive.
However, Amish do frequently remarry in the case of a partner’s death. In order to support themselves, Amish widows may take on work outside of the home or may receive financial assistance from church and family.
It was a common understanding that this phrase meant the members of the Churches in Corinth were glorying in Christ's mercy and grace.." In the Jewish society the wife is considered property.As property she had no right to divorce her husband.This is rooted in the fact that men die earlier, and that men are more likely to remarry.
Interestingly, Hurst and Mc Connell note that courtship which occurs when one of the partners has been widowed tends to be very private.In the Gentile society, a wife divorcing her husband was acceptable.