As others have said, it means "may God be glorified", "may God be praised". It's quite a common theme in Christianity that one of the main functions of Man is to glorify and praise God.I know. But what I was talking about is "may" would be strange if used with God, but it would sound OK if used "people". Ex.
Blessed be our people. And this sentence could be rewriten by including "may" May our people be blessed. Then, what about God?
Glorified be God.
Praised be God.
I think adding "may" is weird because God is already glorified, the Almighty. If, however, I insert may in the two sentences, it means I pray to God so that He is glorified, praised. This is strange to me. What do u think?