What is the Hebrew translation for all hope in you?
if "you" are female = kulam botkhim bakh
if "you" are male = kulam botkhim bekha
From a Jewish point of view, ALL 24 books of the Hebrew Bible contain Hebrew except for a few passages in Aramaic. From a Christian point of view, the Bible is almost always read in translation, so it does not contain Hebrew. But the Old Testament is a Christian translation of the Hebrew Bible (see above).
It's simply a matter of opinion, because all translations are essentially interpretations. Here are my suggestions. Click on the links below to see them on Amazon. The Hebrew Bible One of the best, with a very careful translation is the Koren Tanach, which not only has Hebrew and English, but also uses Hebrew phonetic spellings of all the people and place names (Moshe instead of Moses, Avraham instead of Abraham) etc. according to Hebrew pronunciation…
The name Frank doesn't have a hebrew translation. Only names of Hebrew origin can have a Hebrew translation. People named "Frank" often opt to choose a Hebrew name with a similar sound. Although no Hebrew names can begin with F, you can choose a name that begins with P or one that has an F in it, such as: Pesach (×¤×¡×—) Efrayim (××¤×¨×™×™×) Pinkhas (×¤× ×—×¡) Afek (××¤×§)