Why does the God of the Christian Bible seem to not have a proper name?

His name is ineffable because no single name can encapsulate the fullness of his divine nature.

The God of the Bible is believed to be too great to be called by a proper name because he is infinite and beyond human comprehension. His name is ineffable because no single name can encapsulate the fullness of his divine nature.

However, there are various names by which he is sometimes referred to in the Bible. The most common name is 'YHWH,' which is a Hebrew word that means "I am who I am" meaning that he has always existed and will always exist. Other names include 'YHVH,' 'Jehovah,' 'Elohim,' and 'El Shaddai.' These names are used to describe different aspects of God's nature, such as his power, mercy, and faithfulness.

The consonant 'YHWH' represents God's divine qualities, with the letter 'W' standing for 'Omega.' Jesus stated in the Bible that he is alpha and omega, or the beginning and the end. This means that God is the source of all things, and everything will ultimately return to him.

According to the Bible, God is love, and we can know him if we have experienced love.

The Bible states, "God is love, and whoever abides in love abides in God, and God abides in him" (1 John 4:16).

God is Love

This means that if we have experienced love in our lives, we have experienced a glimpse of God's nature. Love is the essence of God, and it is through love that we can connect with him and experience his presence in our lives.