In Parashat Pinchas we have the famous korbanot (ritual sacrifices), that we read every day, Shabbos (Sabbath), Rosh Chodesh (start of the new month) and chag (holiday).

These psukim (verses) seem very much out of place - since they're more relevant to Sefer Vaikra (the Book of Leviticus) - not here, in Bamidbar (Numbers)!

So what are these psukim doing here? Why now? And how are they connected to the stories that come just before - Yehoshua (Joshua) replacing Moshe (Moshe) & the story of "Bnot Tslofchad" (the daughters of Tslofchad)?!