Having qualities of a god
godlike, godly, supernal, superhuman, celestial, almighty, unearthly, heavenly, deific, eternal, beatific, deiform, supreme, spiritual, ambrosial, angelic, theistic, deistic, eternal, omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent, all-powerful, ghostly, superphysical, supernatural, transcendent, hyperphysical, extramundane, transmundane, Elysian, Arcadian, Olympian, Jovian, Christlike, immaculate, paradisiacal, all-loving, beyond praise; see also perfect 2.
Dedicated to the service of a god
sacred, holy, hallowed, devotional, spiritual, religious, sacrificial, sacramental, ceremonial, ritualistic, reverent, consecrated, dedicated, devoted, venerable, pious, anointed, sanctified, ordained, sanctioned, set apart, sacrosanct, scriptural, blessed, worshiped, revered, venerated, mystical, worshipful, prayerful, adored, reverenced, solemn, faithful, fervid, ministerial; see also holy 2.
divine suggests that which is of the nature of, is associated with, or is derived from God or a god the divine right of kings, and, in extended use, connotes supreme greatness the divine Milton or, colloquially, great attractiveness these shoes are absolutely divine; holy suggests that which is held in deepest religious reverence or is basically associated with a religion and, in extended use, connotes spiritual purity the Holy Ghost, a holy love; sacred refers to that which is set apart as holy or is dedicated to some exalted purpose and, therefore, connotes inviolability Parnassus was sacred to Apollo, a sacred trust; consecrated and hallowed describe that which has been made sacred or holy, consecrated in addition connoting solemn devotion or dedication a life consecrated to art, and hallowed connoting inherent or intrinsic holiness hallowed ground
Of, from, like, or being a god or God:deific, godlike, godly, heavenly, holy. See religion
In the service or worship of God or a god:holy, religious, sacred. See religion
Of or relating to heaven:celestial, heavenly, paradisaic, paradisaical, paradisal, paradisiac, paradisiacal. See religion
Particularly excellent:fabulous, fantastic, fantastical, glorious, marvelous, sensational, splendid, superb, terrific, wonderful. (Informal) dandy, dreamy, great, ripping, super, swell, tremendous. (Slang) cool, groovy, hot, keen1, neat, nifty. Idiom: out of this world. See good
A person ordained for service in a Christian church:churchman, churchwoman, clergyman, clergywoman, cleric, clerical, clerk, ecclesiastic, minister, parson, preacher. (Informal) reverend. See religion verb
To tell about or make known (future events) by or as if by supernatural means:augur, foretell, prophesy, soothsay, vaticinate. See foresight
To know in advance:anticipate, envision, foreknow, foresee, see. See foresight, see