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  • Moreover announce this to the people of Israel: `If a man dies and has no sons, then give his inheritance to his daughters. - Numbers 27:8

  • And if he has no daughters, turn his inheritance over to his brothers. - Numbers 27:9

  • If he has no brothers, give his inheritance to his father's brothers. - Numbers 27:10

  • But if his father has no brothers, pass on his inheritance to the nearest relative in his clan. The Israelites must observe this as a general legal requirement, just as the LORD commanded Moses.' " - Numbers 27:11

  • Then we will arm ourselves and lead our fellow Israelites into battle until we have brought them safely to their inheritance. Meanwhile, our families will stay in the fortified cities we build here, so they will be safe from any attacks by the local people. - Numbers 32:17

  • We will not return to our homes until all the people of Israel have received their inheritance of land. - Numbers 32:18

  • But we do not want any of the land on the other side of the Jordan. We would rather live here on the east side where we have received our inheritance." - Numbers 32:19

  • then you may return when the land is finally subdued before the LORD. You will have discharged your duty to the LORD and to the rest of the people of Israel. And the land on the east side of the Jordan will be your inheritance from the LORD. - Numbers 32:22

  • We will cross the Jordan into Canaan fully armed to fight for the LORD, but our inheritance of land will be here on this side of the Jordan." - Numbers 32:32

  • You must distribute the land among the clans by sacred lot and in proportion to their size. A larger inheritance of land will be allotted to each of the larger clans, and a smaller inheritance will be allotted to each of the smaller clans. The decision of the sacred lot is final. In this way, the land will be divided among your ancestral tribes. - Numbers 33:54

  • The families of the tribes of Reuben, Gad, and half the tribe of Manasseh have already received their inheritance of land - Numbers 34:14

  • These towns will come from the property of the people of Israel. The larger tribes will give more towns to the Levites, while the smaller tribes will give fewer. Each tribe will give in proportion to its inheritance." - Numbers 35:8

  • They said, "Sir, the LORD instructed you to divide the land by sacred lot among the people of Israel. You were told by the LORD to give the inheritance of our brother Zelophehad to his daughters. - Numbers 36:2

  • But if any of them marries a man from another tribe, their inheritance of land will go with them to the tribe into which they marry. In this way, the total area of our tribal land will be reduced. - Numbers 36:3

  • Then when the Year of Jubilee comes, their inheritance of land will be added to that of the new tribe, causing it to be lost forever to our ancestral tribe." - Numbers 36:4

  • None of the inherited land may pass from tribe to tribe, for the inheritance of every tribe must remain fixed as it was first allotted. - Numbers 36:7

  • No inheritance may pass from one tribe to another; each tribe of Israel must hold on to its allotted inheritance of land." - Numbers 36:9
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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