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, Num. 27:7. Now here, I. An inconvenience is suggested, in case they should marry into any other tribe, Num. 36:1-4. II. It is prevented by a divine appointment that they should marry in their own tribe and family (Num. 36:5-7), and this is settled for a rule in like cases (Num. 36:8; 9); and they did marry accordingly to some of their own relations (Num. 36:10-12), and with this the book concludes, Num. 36:13.