In our daily prayers we find, "Ein k'Eloheinu" - "There's no one like our G-d"Ben Ish chai mentions that there are big kabbalistic intentions in it.
- What is the inner meaning of the prayer?
- What are the intentions.
En Kelohenu calls God by four names in the order in which they appear in the Torah (Elokim, Adonenu, Melech, Moshia) [Genesis 1:1, 15:2, Exodus 15:18, Deuteronomy 33:29], symbolizing the four worlds of the kabbalah.
Source: pp 214-5 of Rabbi Donin's To Pray as a Jew.