"Elohim" is the plural name for God in the Hebrew language meaning "mighty one." The name references the trinity even though the word "trinity" does not appear in the Bible. However the trinity is doctrinally present throughout the Bible, with visuals made in creation, salvation, baptism, and judgement. The name "Elohim" is used more than 2,750 times in the Old Testament alone.
The fundamental principle to knowing who we are lies in knowing who God is first. Jesus is the cornerstone of all creation and so should be for our lives. Most of the jaded conception in the mind of who we are lies in the twisted agenda that has been pushed about Jesus.
The first thing that should have been noted while reading this was the way that God shows how to pursue holiness. Interestingly, He shows it by showing what not to do. Romans 12 reflects this by showing how to renew the mind and not to be transformed to this world. Psalm 1 shows how to accomplish this.
The name "comforter" comes from the Greek word "paracletos," meaning "advocate." In full, it is translated to mean "one who is summoned to the side of another." When Jesus was about to depart into Heaven to be at the right hand of the Father, He told the disciples that He must leave for the Holy Spirit, the helper, to come.
The name "Bread of Life" is used throughout the Bible to describe Jesus as the ultimate portion of life. He is calling himself the giver of spiritual sustenance-- nourishment that will never decay.