Definition: The names of God are intense revelations into the character and acts of God. Names in the Bible are always representative of the character, actions, and established personality of a person, both from a past historical viewpoint, and a definitive viewpoint in that the name defines how a person will act. Names are very important in the Bible to reveal and predict character.

The Bible is full of names of God, and most come directly from His character and being, like Omniscient, or Almighty, or from specific events by which those names are used by God to clarify who He is by His actions.