1 Chr 13:6

13:6 called by the name. The “name” of God indicates the nearness of God, the divine power dwelling in the temple and accessible through prayer and sacrifice (16:10; 22:7, 8, 10, 19; 28:3; 29:16; 2 Chr. 2:1, 4; 6:5–10, 20, 32–38; 7:16, 20; 12:13; 20:8, 9; 33:4, 7). The New Testament teaches Christians to pray “in the name” of Jesus, meaning “by authority of” Jesus (John 12:28; 14:13, 14; 16:24).

who sits enthroned above the cherubim. The ark of the covenant represented the presence of God among His people.