Everybody has a name. It is a name that we had no "say so" in. Ours is a name given to us at birth. In addition to our "official" name, many of us have a "nickname." (Randall - Randy) Furthermore, people are often referred to by some labeled name. (My dad's name was Perry, but he was known as "Short-cut." Seems he was always looking for ways to take a "short-cut" in getting things done!) And we obtain certain names by way of our profession or trade, or life changes ... ie: dad, mom, grandpa, grandma, and all the other derivatives. (Personally I love my names of Dad and Pappaw!)
Our God is also known by His name: God. He also says He is "I AM." The ancient Hebrews used names for God such as" LORD, Elohim, El Shaddai, El Elyon, Jehovah, and Yahweh. The Greek language used the word "Abba" which means "daddy" in English. But perhaps the most reverential use of a name for God was used by His Son, Jesus, when He called Him, "Father." When we address God as "Father" we express His nature; we experience His nurture, and we exalt His name. Simply put, when we call God "Father" we intimately experience Him!
Let us all hold the name of God above all others and in the highest regard. After all, He is our "FATHER."