So they kind of mean similar things but a 'godsend' is a thing, anything that you really need. 'godsent' means literally it's sent from god, or it feels like almost as if god has sent you this thing you really need. You also use them slightly differently in sentences. e.g. 'godsend' 'The rain was a godsend to the farmers' (who were desperate for rain after a drought) 'The new sword was a godsend to the warrior' (because he had broken his old sword) 'godsent' 'After such a long drought, the farmers were thankful for the godsent rain. 'The warrior in his time of great need, truly felt the new sword was godsent'
So you could say: 'This sword is a godsend' Or 'I'm so grateful for this godsent sword' I hope that makes sense!
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