Gwen Stefani grateful that God put the right people in her life after divorce with Gavin Rossdale

Gwen Stefani says it's 'incredible how God works and places people to help you through tough times.'(Facebook/ NBC The Voice)

Gwen Stefani is grateful that God placed the right people in her life following her painful split from husband Gavin Rossdale last October, possibly referring to her new beau and fellow "The Voice" host Blake Shelton.

"It feels like I've been in this cocoon and I've been ready to bust out, for many reasons. And there's been loads of people around me who have come to help and make me feel like a new person and uplift me," Stefani told the "Karson & Kennedy" morning show on Mix 104.1 in Boston. "There's... incredible friends who have gone through similar things at the same time. It's incredible how God works and places people to help you through tough times."

After her 13-year marriage to Rossdale ended, Stefani revealed that she was able to place a renewed focus on her gift for singing.

"When my life blew up, it was another layer to get me down on my hands and knees. It was like, 'time to use my gift again,'" she said. "It wasn't like I want to write music, it was I have to write music. Everything else feels horrible. The only thing that feels good is when I'm in this room, channeling."

Stefani has been raised in the Roman Catholic faith. She seemed to be strengthening her faith as she was recently spotted by the Daily Mail going to church with her three sons Zuma, Kingston, and Apollo.

Even Stefani's sons took after their mother's faith, particularly Kingston, who prayed to have another sibling despite Stefani's insistence that it was not happening.

During a guest appearance on the "Late Night with Seth Meyers" last year, Stefani revealed how her nine-year-old son prayed for their 20-month-old "miracle baby" Apollo.

"(Kingston) asked me, 'Mom, are you going to have a baby? I want you to have a baby,'" Stefani shared. "I was like, 'It's over. We're not having any more. This is our family.'" But Kingston refused to listen, and began praying fervently for another baby.

"Kingston... has a direct link to God, basically," Stefani laughingly said. "(He started to pray,) 'Dear God, please let my mom have a baby. Please, God! Please let me mom have a baby. And four weeks later, I was pregnant. He prays for everything (now). 'Please God, please let me have another cupcake... Yes!' He really believes."