I noticed that you have been asking many questions about what God condones.
As wisely stated by "multifunctions" God is omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient.
This means if God does not condone it will not and cannot happen. Everything, even evil happens because God has permitted it. This is how powerful God is.
God has given man free will. That mean man is free to do what he wants to do with the available choices. Since God gives free choice it also means he will not punished you. Otherwise, it is not a free choice.
However, be advised God will allow you to experience the natural consequences of this free choice. For example you could use fire to cook and keep you warm. He also gave you the choice of using fire to hurt yourself. If you get hurt by that fire, it is not God that is punishing you, but it simply the consequence of your choice. What is the point of these choices if you don't bear the consequences? God will always allow you to experience the consequences of your creation. This is part of his divine plan for us.
God has written the rules for natural consequences for both the physical and spiritual universe. There are consequences to every action or choice you make. You may call some consequences good and others bad. God provides the choices and its natural consequences.
God, you and your neighbor are related in a very special way. Jesus understood this grand relationship. I will not go into this now. When Jesus suggested love your neighbor as you love yourself, he was aware of these profound implications caused by this relationship.
That statement put forward by Jesus is not a feel-good statement or simply to preserve order in society. But what you should know is that what you do to you neighbor will come back to you. So if you don't like something or its natural consequence don't do it to others.
So let us go to your questions now. If you think re-marriage will give your partner joy and love. Then you will also receive them. If you feel divorce will give your partner peace then be prepared to receive a divorce that will give you that peace. If you give your partner or others pain, be prepared to receive that to. If you give joy to others you will also receive it.
God is simply taking a backseat and observing your choices and watching its consequences.
The grand illusion is what you do to others will not affect you.
You see, Jesus was not only thinking of about your neighbor. He was thinking about you.