The Everlasting God, The God of Eternity, The God of the Universe, The God of Ancient Days
Use in the Bible: El Olam is first used in Gen 21:33.
Variant spellings: None
TWOT Reference: 1631a
Strong’s Reference: 5769
El Olamin the Septuagint: [ho] theos [ho] aiônios…the everlasting God
Meaning and Derivation: El is another name that is translated as “God” and can be used in conjunction with other words to designate various aspects of God’s character. Olam derives from the root word ‘lm (which means “eternity”). Olam literally means “forever,” “eternity,” or “everlasting”. When the two words are combined… El Olam…it can be translated as “The Eternal God.”
Further references of the name El Olam in the Old Testament: Genesis 21:33; Jeremiah 10:10; Isaiah 26:4