Topical bibles are books that organize Bible verses by subject. Two popular examples of topical bibles are Nave’s Topical Bible and the MacArthur Topical Bible.
Nave's Topical Bible was published originally in the early 1900s by Orville J. Nave during his time as an army chaplain. As of 2015, the topics contain over 20,000 subjects and include 100,000 scripture references.
The MacArthur Topical Bible was compiled by pastor John F. MacArthur for use with all Bible translations. Its latest version of the book was produced in 2010, and it also covers 20,000 Bible topics. In addition to over 100,000 scriptural references, the MacArthur Topical Bible features full Bible passages under each subject.