an unexpected thing or event that is particularly welcome and timely, as if sent by God.
a person or thing that comes unexpectedly but is particularly welcome
1814, “a shipwreck” (from the perspective of people living along the coast), from Middle English Godes sonde (c.1200) “God’s messenger; what God sends, gift from God, happening caused by God,” from god + Middle English sonde “that which is sent, message,” from Old English sand, from sendan (see send (v.)). Sense of “happy chance” is from 1831.
[god-sent] /ˈgɒdˌsɛnt/ adjective 1. sent by God or as if by God: a godsent rain.
[god-ship] /ˈgɒd ʃɪp/ noun 1. the rank, character, or condition of a god. 2. Often Facetious. a title used in referring to a godlike person: A bevy of servants were on hand to attend their godship’s every whim.
/ˈɡɒdˌslɒt/ noun 1. (informal) a time in a television or radio schedule traditionally reserved for religious broadcasts
[god-suhn] /ˈgɒdˌsʌn/ noun 1. a male godchild. /ˈɡɒdˌsʌn/ noun 1. a male godchild n. “male child one sponsors at baptism,” c.1200, from God + son.