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English used to have a familiar case (like French, German, Spanish, etc.) "Thee" is the intimate form of "you." So when speaking of God, the familiar case was used. Much scriptural translation is done in that manner. In modern use, the familiar case has fallen away in English and the pronoun "you" is used pretty much universally.