If you’ve ever wanted to trace a specific theme or word in the Bible to see how it connects through Scripture, then the Olive Tree Bible Topic Threads is a must-have resource for your Bible study library. It contains 2,700 topics and 31,000 links.

Bible commentaries and study notes are great tools for understanding what the Bible has to say to us today. However, the value of using Scripture to understand Scripture is often overlooked. When viewed as a whole, individual themes in the Bible become a single, unified pattern of revelation.

Here is a brief look inside the Olive Tree Bible Topic Threads to see how it works in the app.

OLIVE TREE BIBLE TOPIC THREADS

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First, open to any passage you want to study in the main window. Then, open the Study Center. In the Resource Guide, we’ll pull up the Olive Tree Bible Topic Threads. If you select it, you’ll be taken directly to cross references and thematic topics based on the passage in the main window.

Tap on the verse cross reference for a quick read in a pop-up window! Or, tap the particular theme to view a more comprehensive list.

If you select a particular theme, you’ll not only see a list of verses but you’ll also see related topics (when applicable).

Olive Tree Bible topics

If you are interested in studying a particular theme or topic, you can also look it up directly.

Bible topic threads

Want to see this resource in action? Check out our Bible study on God’s omnipresence for real-life application.

Start Studying with Olive Tree Bible Topic Threads

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Try it for yourself! Your Bible study will start spanning more of the Scriptures and you’ll have a better, overarching understanding of God’s Word. Get the Olive Tree Bible Topic Threads on our store today.

14 Comments

  1. Dennis Misener Reply

    Any quantitative information… number of themes and links?
    Whould this still be of interest I if have Naves Topical and NTSK?
    Any additional information would be appreciated 🙂

    • Donald Keiffer Reply

      Hello Dennis,
      If you open the split window and then choose open and then choose library favorites and then choose NTSK you will see a wealth of information on the verse you are reading, I was amazed at the information, I just found that today.
      I’m not trying to discourage you from buying the offered resource as I think it is well worth the price.

      • Dennis misener Reply

        Thanks for the response. With so many wonderful resources available it is some times difficult to determine which products overlap.

  2. Jorge Torres Reply

    I have both. They are both good and different. That was my concern as well, but when I bought is and compared it I thought having both would contribute to my study.

    • Dennis Misener Reply

      I took your advice and did likewise. I agree they are very complementary.

  3. Christine Sommers Reply

    Two questions, please.
    1.May I use this with the NASB Strong’s Bible Text?
    2. How is this different or similar from the Know the Word Study Bible Notes?

    Thank you

    • 1. Yes, you can use it with any Bible text.
      2. The Know the Word Study Bible Notes give you introductions and study helps on specific books where the Bible Topic Threads give you a concordance and thematic list of scriptures. Hope that helps!

      • Shari Leedom Reply

        Hello Rene! The Thompson Chain Reference has more study materials such as study notes, maps, charts, etc. The NTSK has some notes, but is mostly cross references.

  4. Any chance this resource is going back on sale? I saw the sale originally, but when I went back the next day I had missed it.

  5. I see this as an alternative to Thompson Chain Reference. The product description doesn’t say how many links and topics. TCR product description says it has 100,000 links and 8,000 topics. How many links and topics for OT Bible Topic Threads?

  6. Yes, It would be definitively good if someone that already have this resource can give us a commentary about how many topics does. Thank you!

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