I do not know Greek - and occassionaly use simple resoueces to further investigate the meaning if I can (ie blueletterbible). Is there an easy way to determine whether "You" in the Greek is singular or plural? In English, I may say "you" to one person or "you" to many people and only the context would reveal the meaning. Is there a way to understand more fully the meaning in the Greek? A few examples: (I'm using the ESV) Plilippians 1:6 - "He who began a good work in you will bring it to completion" (should I think of this individually or as the member of Christ's body, the church? (i understand that Paul is writing to the saints in Philippi Philippians 2:12 - "Work out your salvation with fear and trembling" - is this an imperative that I should think of individually? or corporately? And is there a way from knowing by looking at the original greek? (i'd type if but don't know how to type the greek alphabet here Jude 21: "Keep yourselves in the love of God" - this is translated as plural. Is there a way for me to see that in the Greek or is it the context? It significantly changes the meaning and applicaiton of the verses, so I'm very hopeful to have a way to read these passages correctly. One website I found that may be helpful in answering my question is this one: https://langintro.com/greek/grammar/plural.html Thank you!