an insight or foresight purportedly revealed by a deity; revelation given by God or his prophets to spiritually gifted persons
Individuals abstain from food to express contrition (Ahab) or to prepare for divine revelation (Moses).
Divorce is, in certain cases, a godsend, but the priests refuse to listen to the divine revelation.
But its best and most solid foundation is faith and divine revelation.
Beyond the circle of thought illuminated by divine revelation, the first movement of reflection was unmethodical and incomplete.
These are,—the light of conscience,—and the light of divine revelation.
Thus our earth becomes a divine revelation and man a spiritual wonder.
It is through them that divine revelation is vouchsafed to man.
We will inquire, in the first place, what a divine revelation would be.
Van Helmont, indeed, was a sincere believer of divine revelation.
Those who practiced it believed that it had been authorized by a divine revelation.