In its most vulgarized and solipsistic state, epiphany is what currently is marketed as a God wink. Here the believer is encouraged to take some coincidence, like winning the lottery or recovering from sickness, as evidence of a higher power at work.
2009, Ed Gungor, What Bothers Me Most About Christianity, ISBN 1416592555, page 117:
A giant hand? That's the kind of stuff that makes people of faith smile — maybe a God wink? How fun.