He visited Jesus in Matt 3:16 when He opend all of heaven to that man just as He did in Adam, Abraham, Moses, Mary, 120 and He has visited us all today who He is manifest in as He was in all of these..
Names aren't always monikers, sometimes they're a characterization: defined as a
description of the distinctive nature or features of someone or something.
Take for example the Russian czar Ivan The Terrible. That wasn't Ivan IV
Vasilyevich's name given at birth. In other words he became known as terrible (and
also fearsome and formidable).
Though Jesus wasn't given a specific name that means "God with us" he became
known that way, in other words: characterized. For example Luke 7:16-17
"And fear gripped them all, and they began glorifying God, saying, "A great prophet
has arisen among us!" and, "God has visited His people!" And this report
concerning him went out all over Judea, and in all the surrounding district."
And also Luke 1:68, which is directly related to Matt 1:21
"Blessed be the Lord God of Israel, for He has visited us and accomplished
redemption for His people"
Sounds reasonable; where in the scriptures will I find this event?