I am truly shocked how quickly and easily individuals will support changing the scriptures and honoring translators who have already added, subtracted and/or corrupted the bible! There are no biblical verses that request us to pray using a supposed name of The Almighty. Jesus instructs us to pray to God using the title Heavenly Father (Matthew 6:6, 9). We can not even find a scripture that states we should use a single name or title to address The Eternal. Yes, there are verses that state God has a name, but we can reference any biblical cyclopedic and find multiply titles and names for God throughout the bible. Psalms addresses many of these verses where the psalmist requests us to praise God's name, but in Psalm 19:1, David addresses God as “El” or The Almighty, while in verse 7 he addresses God as “YHVH” or Self-Existent [note: this term and it's corruption (Jehovah) will be addressed later]. It is obvious that David (in Psalm 19) is referring to God as “El” in relation to the creation and “YHVH” in relation to laws, statutes, precepts, commands and ordinances. When we study the Hebrew term that was translated “name” (H8034 shm-k) in the Psalms, we arrive at this definition: an appellation (name or title), as a mark or memorial of individuality, by implication honor, authority or character, whose abode is in the higher ether (heavens) where the celestial bodies revolve. There is no reference that a single name or title is to be used. There is an interesting definition of the word “individual” which states: distinguished by specific attributes or identifying traits, so trying to imply that God or His Son commands or demands that we use a single name or title to address them is far from the truth and could be considered deceptive!
The translation of the Ancient Scriptures of Israel (the Old Testament) that most bibles use today really isn't that ancient! This translation can be dated to approximately 800 AD and was composed by a group known as the Masoretic Jews. This record is the only existing representation of the Old Testament in Hebrew (other than the Dead Sea Scrolls). The oldest fragments date from the 9th century AD, but the oldest complete texts comes from the 10th and 11th centuries AD. However, the Hebrew text that it contains is clearly not the original Hebrew, nor even the Hebrew that was in use in the 1st century AD. When the Masoretes added vowel points to the text of the Hebrew Bible (O.T.) they gave the word YHVH vowels very similar to that of Adonai (Lord). Tradition claims this is to remind the reader to say Adonai (Lord) instead of YHVH. Later a medieval Catholic Franciscan, philosopher, theologian and Orientatlist (Petrus Galatinus—1460-1540) mis-took these vowel substitutions for the actual spelling of YHVH and transliterated the name God literally and incorrectly as Jehovah. Its use has become widespread throughout the Christian community. It is utter nonsense to think we could label “The Creator of all things” with a single expression or title. This idea can only be man made! The Ancient of Days tells us that man's wisdom is foolishness to Him (1 Cor. 3:19). We are also told that The Father expects us to worship Him in spirit and truth (John 4:23). Jesus tells us to pray to the “Heavenly Father” in a manner outlined in Matthew 6. We should do this in a respectful and humble way.
Yes, there is much more to this topic, but the bible tells us that from Adam to Moses, God was referred to as “El” (The Almighty), from Moses to Jesus “Yahweh or Eternal” (Exodus 6:3) and from Jesus forward “Heavenly Father” along with many other names, expressions and titles. There is none other like the Supreme Being, thus a single name or title would not be appropriate!