A (very brief) Google search did not yield up to me any neatly complete list of biblical references on this, though I’m sure there are many out there. Meanwhile, short of that, I can give a few of the main ones here, and by the time a few others might supplement, it will probably give you a sufficiently exhaustive list. In any case, though, I’ll do you one better than merely providing some proof-texter’s list. I’ll give you a great essay with the exact context you need to look into this. I can’t give a higher recommendation than Cardinal Bellarmine as written of here in Ted Davis’ biologos post on it. And if you are short on time: here is Bellarmine’s letter that Ted links to in the essay. And now, in case you are still wanting that list: As a great beginning I excerpt for you a note appended to Bellarmine’s letter (linked above) … which should get you started. All the remaining words below are that pasted excerpt.
Solange Hertz makes the problem clear in her commentary on this letter (in an article which contends that the earth is indeed the center of the Universe):
“There are many such passages in the Bible, outstanding among them being, of course, the one relating how Joshua commanded, “Move not, O sun, toward Gabaon, nor thou, O moon, toward the valley of Ajalon,” whereupon, “the sun and the moon stood still, till the people revenged themselves of their enemies” (Jos.10:12-13). And again, as St. Robert Bellarmine pointed out, the Preacher says,” The sun riseth and goeth down and returneth to his place: and there rising again, maketh his round by the south and turneth again to the north" (Eccles. 1:5-6)
“Scripture also specifies that the Earth is immovable in the face of these solar and lunar peregrinations, Psalm 92 stating flatly that God “hath established the world which shall not be moved.” Psalm 103 says He has"founded the earth upon its own bases ; it shall not be moved forever and ever,” Psalm 95 telling us God has “corrected the world, which shall not be moved.” Again, in I Paralipomenon 16:30, “He hath founded the earth immovable,” and according to Job 26:7, God by His power"stretched out the north over the empty space and hangeth the earth upon nothing." No less an authority than the Catechism of the Council of Trent, in its commentary on the Creed, states furthermore, “The earth also God commanded to stand in the midst of the world, rooted in its own foundation.”
Corrective edit: The psalm numbers referenced above are off by 1 chapter from our current reckoning of how the Psalms are numbered, so where Psalm 92 is referred to, for example: that is what we now call Psalm 93. I had forgotten about that and was puzzled why these seemed to be off.