"An angel, with a capital "A". You know, Wings, Harp."
"No, I don't have a harp."
― Dean Winchester to his mother, Mary on Castiel (Supernatural)
The power to have powers from a divine source. Opposite to Demonic Source.
The user has divinity and divine powers granting them an immense amount of raw power beyond the mundane, making users a divine being by nature, a status which can be obtained a number of different ways.
Users can gain divinity by having a divine ancestry, transform into a deity either by another god or by faith, channels, acts as a vessel for, the power/soul of a deity, mimic/steal powers from a deity, or be enhanced/evolved to the point of godhood.
The level and forms of divinity is variable and unique by the user's nature and character of being, thus weaker or stronger users of divinities is ultimately reliant on the user alone.
Ganondorf (The Legend of Zelda) derives god-like power from being the host of the Triforce of Power.
Princess Zelda (The Legend of Zelda)
Hylia (The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword)
Joshua (The World Ends with You)
Kratos (God of War series), a Demi-god of the Olympians and child of Zeus.
Raiden (Mortal Kombat)
Pit (Kid Icarus) servant of Palutena, the goddess of light.
The Statesman (City of Heroes) gained his powers after drinking from the Fountain of Zeus.
Lord Recluse (City of Heroes), like the Statesman, gained his powers after drinking from the Fountain of Zeus.
Momiji (Ninja Gaiden) was raised to be a Dragon Shrine Maiden. She was tasked with keeping the ancient relics passed down the Hayabusa Village from the ancient Dragon Lineage and carrying out the Shrine Maiden's rites and rituals to purify the world of malicious evil forces.