This scripture is often used to say that God's Written Word is above His Name: Psalm 138:2D (KJV1611 Edition): ... for thou hast magnified thy word aboue all thy name. Other versions have another story: Psalm 38:2 (TNIV: Today's New International Version /Zondervan, 2006): I will bow down toward your holy temple and will praise your name for your unfailing love and your faithfulness, for you have so exalted your solemn decree that it surpasses your fame Here it was the 'solemn decree' that surpasses not Hashem but 'your fame'. But that is a 'Modern Version (MV)' condemned in some places and damned in other places. Here is a scripture source older than the KJVs: Psalm 138:2 (Geneva Bible, 1599 Edition): I will worship toward thine holy Temple and praise thy Name, because of thy louing kindenesse and for thy trueth: for thou hast magnified thy Name aboue all things by thy word. This says clear that Hashem has been magnified above all things by the Written Word of God. QED: Two or three different valid scriptures are better than only one scripture to help the Holy Spirit teach us the Bible truths.