People say... "It's to hard to read all the old English words in the older Bibles with all the "Thee's and Thou's" but.....
Here are some interesting findings...
Words that begin with a "t" ( thou...thee...they and thine" ) are singular and mean only one person.
Words that begin with a "Y" ( Ye...You...Yours...) are plural and mean more than one person.
e.g. John chapter 3 verse 7...: "Marvel not that I say unto thee....ye must be born again...."
We notice that Jesus Christ is talking to only one man....Nicodemus.....so He uses "thee" as he is talking to only one person.....but then he follows with.... "Ye must be born again..." Why the change from "THEE" to "YE"?
It means that, even though Jesus is talking to only one man.....Nicodemus......He is addressing all the people "YE" for all need to be born again....not just Nicodemus!
Our Bible does not need help from modern day critics...God wrote the book and every "thee" and "thou" has been placed there to assure the reader, that the book they are reading is flawless
and can be fully trusted.....isn't God Wonderful?