The 132nd mitzvah is that we are commanded that when bringing bikkurim, one must make a proclamation of the kindness G‑d has bestowed upon us: how He saved us from the early difficulties of our patriarch Ya'akov and from the slavery and affliction of the Egyptians; to thank Him for all this and to ask that He continue His blessings forever.

The source of this commandment is G‑d's statement,1 "You shall then make the following declaration before G‑d your L‑rd: 'An Aramean tried to destroy my ancestor....' " until the end of the entire section. This mitzvah is called mikra bikkurim.

The details of this mitzvah are explained in tractate Bikkurim and the 7th chapter of Sotah. Women are not obligated in this mitzvah.