divine messenger

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Noun1.divine messenger - a messenger from Goddivine messenger - a messenger from God; "angel of death"
angel - spiritual being attendant upon God
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"Nor did it precisely comport with my preconceived ideas of the dignity of divine messengers," remarked Professor Porter, "when the--ah--gentleman tied two highly respectable and erudite scholars neck to neck and dragged them through the jungle as though they had been cows."
He shed the Nation's core beliefs that Elijah Muhammad was a divine messenger and that W.
As a divine messenger, Jesus Christ was venerable to adherents of all religions especially Islam.
Emma Owen's DIVINE MESSENGER (6.15) can stay on the upgrade in the mile handicap.
However, among natives it was often used for spiritual purposes and the native term for it has been translated as "divine messenger."
His life is forever changed when a divine messenger calls on him to lay down his sword and lead the life of another man - a journeyman executioner.
Fire was believed to conceive a divine messenger between the visible world and the invisible (gods) and water was considered as the source of life.
Over some seven decades of championing civil rights and humanitarian causes, and of lighting up stage and screen (she amassed a small forest of acting awards along with Kennedy Center Honors and a National Medal of the Arts), she seemed like a divine messenger, combining grace and grandeurthat sultry voice, that stunning solidityand demonstrating that there is no contradiction between devoting one's life to high artistry and radical action.
Firm in the belief that he was a divine messenger, Hus possessed unshakable conviction that he alone understood the truth and that he alone would determine the criteria for discerning it.
Rabbinic traditions transform the biblical prophet Elijah into a semidivine angelic figure who plays various roles: rabbinic master, savior, ethical teacher, miracle worker, and divine messenger. Lindbeck collects, categorizes, and discusses these traditions and attempts to understand their function and meanings within rabbinic society and the culture of the Bavli.
A letter written by him was handed to reporters outside the jail by his brother, wherein he proclaimed to be "the divine messenger of God" and promised to write "the perfect Gospel".
NOTE Hermes, the divine messenger and patron of land travel, commerce, thieves, guile, and rhetoric, among other things, is invoked here as part of the claim to a piece of good fortune.