For the LORD is great, and greatly to be praised: he is to be feared above all gods.- Psalm 96:4 (KJV)
God is great.
Take some time and try to wrap your brain around the concept.
He is greatly to be praised.
That is greatly. It isn’t a small matter when it comes to praising God. It ought to come bursting forth from within you or cause you to burst into tears, laughter or even just plain exclamations of joy. it should come forth from you to Him greatly, as in abundance and in enormity. Your praise should match up with God’s greatness due to God simply being great; the great I AM.
. . . he is to be feared above all gods.
Yes, there are other “gods.” People have established these gods with a little “g” throughout time and over the ages. In the Bible, they are idols and are worshiped in the “high places.” They are the gods that caused the children of Israel to go astray in many cases throughout the Bible. God, the God of heaven and earth, is highly above all gods. He is to be feared above all gods, too. Those other gods have no power, no spirit, and no strength that can even compare with our God, our Creator, and our Lord. He is the supreme God who reigns supreme over both heaven and earth.
He is our God. He is great. He deserves great praise and great fear from those who call themselves called into salvation by God.