N U M B E R S
We have in this chapter the determination of
another question that arose upon the case of the daughters of
Zelophehad. God had appointed that they should inherit, ch. xxvii. 7. Now here, I. An
inconvenience is suggested, in case they should marry into any
other tribe, ver. 1-4. II.
It is prevented by a divine appointment that they should marry in
their own tribe and family (ver.
5-7), and this is settled for a rule in like cases
(ver. 8, 9); and they did
marry accordingly to some of their own relations (ver. 10-12), and with this the
book concludes, ver.