Who Is El-Olam In The Bible?

We first see this name in the Bible in Genesis 21:33

After peacefully resolving an issue over water-rights with a local tribal leader, Abraham plants a tree to commemorate the event. There he calls God El-Olam. Olam comes from a root word that means eternity and literally means forever or unchanging. El is a Hebrew word and name for God we've discussed before. Combining the two words creates a title for God that shows us a facet of His character: we translate El-Olam as "The Everlasting God" or "The Eternal God."

I believe Abraham uses this name because he has found that God, eternal and unchanging, is completely reliable in perilous situations. This name is also found in Jeremiah 10:10 and Isaiah 26:4.

The Duggar Family Announces Another Life-Changing Event
Bounce House Collapses on Kids, Injuring 2, But What Caused it is Horrifying, Unexpected
Listeria Recall Alert: Over 5,000 Pounds of Frozen Entrees May Contain Deadly Bacteria
Egypt Launches Massive Retaliation Strike After Christians Were Murdered
Franklin Graham Calls The Patriots' Latest Move "Sinful"
President Trump Issues Weekly Address After Busy Week Traveling The Globe
Trump Just Stood up for Christians in a Big Way, Sends Message to World
Britain Sends Epic Message to ISIS Written on the Side of a Missile
Ariana Grande Makes New Massive Announcement In Wake Of Manchester Bombing
28 Christians Killed, Dozens Injured in Latest Attack