Thy or You
Christian Bibles and prayer books use Thee/Thou and Thy for the Almighty because He is one. In English, of course, thy is the singular form and you the plural. My Jewish study bible uses you throughout and so do books of Jewish prayers. Can you explain this? I do not understand Hebrew but surely the original uses the singular, so why translate it as plural? the belief that G-d is one is fundamental to the faith. Thank you for your time.