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One of the most loving and favorable series for all anime lovers, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations is ready for another episode after the latest episode was premiered. Episode 217 was amazing for all the watchers and the series has been going on for the last few years and everyone loves to watch this series. Many fans are loving the concept of the series and Naruto is the main character of this series who just found his real powers and trying to save the world. For a long time, it has been entertaining millions of watchers across the world and many fans are supporting the series and therefore, it has been reached this level. After the last episode, fans are curious to know that when the next episode will be released? Well, we will share all the updates regarding the next episode called Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 218.

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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 217: Recap

In the previous episode, we saw the fight where Isshiki is trying to hit and keep trying but she missed the target. On the other side, Naruto shows a hit Isshiki with a single attack of him. Isshiki gets hurt from this and starts bleeding, he wiped his blood and stand up. He gets furious to know that Hokage underestimated his power of. Later, he carried the fight over the sky and Naruto ran. But, we got to see that Isshiki followed him and Naruto again hit him with another strike but his powers become worse again and again.

Now, Naruto was torturing Isshiki who is battling to live alive. Suddenly, Rasengan appeared and an explosive took place and Isshiki blew in the air towards the mountains. Naruto run towards him and he felt unconscious and thinking that it is a side effect of Byron Mode. During this, we also saw Amado talking with Kawaki about that a prosthetic hand runs the chakra. Later, Doctor told to Amado that that responded to Naruto’s Chakra and belonged to the Seventh Lord.

Later, Kawaki noticed that the hand of Lord Seventh is shinning and the Byron Mode started off, and ON and Isshiki thought that it will give him benefit. He said to Naruto that he lose the bet. But suddenly, he fell down on his knees and starts bleeding. Naruto said that it is the starting of a real bet. later, Naruto is too weak and Kawaki came to help him and Isshiki has decided to set another Karma after realizing that he will die.

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 218: Release Date

If you are waiting to watch the next episode of the series so, it will be amazing to hear that episode 218 will be released on Sunday, October 3, 2021, and you can watch this episode at 2 AM PDT on Crunchyroll. Along with this, the title of the episode is “Partner” and it is directed by Yusuke Onoda and written by Masaya Honda. If you live in the UK or any other country so, you can watch this episode on Funimation and VRV. While the episode will release on different times based on your location.



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2022 World Cup Qualifiers: South African fans return to stadium to see team beat Ethiopia – The Maravi Post

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South Africa soccer fans were excited to enjoy the beautiful game live from Soccer City in Johannesburg on Tuesday after 18 months of lockdown brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.

A limit of 2000 free tickets were made available for vaccinated fans to watch their favourite team in a FIFA World Cup qualifier between the ‘Bafana Bafana’ and Ethiopia.

Joy Chauke encouraged fans to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in order for more people to enjoy soccer at stadiums across the country, in the lead up to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

However, not everyone who showed up for the game was able to watch their favourite team in action. A majority of Ethiopia soccer fans were turned away as they had failed to register for the free online tickets.

South Africa won the match 1-0 after Getaneh Kebede’s 11th minute own goal. a win that solidifies their top position in Group G. Ghana remains second place after the black stars win over last place Zimbabwe over the weekend.

“It was difficult for me to watch the games on the TV because I normally prefer to go to the stadium because there is a big difference when you watch the game on TV and you watch the game in the stadium. So I am happy to be here. It is the beginning of fun now- Sithembele Nkwali, a South Africa fan said.

For another fan Joy Chauke, this is about vaccination. “I am fully vaccinated (against COVID-19). That is why you are seeing me today here. I have my own tickets, so I am here to support (South Africa). Please go and vaccinate. Let’s vaccinate for us to be in the stadium, 100 per cent. Please, we want to be normal. So, for us to be normal, we have to vaccinate. Nothing else. Just vaccinate. Let us all vaccinate.”

At least 2000 fans were allowed to watch the bafana bafana match against Ethiopia on Tuesday according to the South Africa Football Association SAFA.

Source: Africanews

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8 Intentional Ways to Practise Intercessory Prayer – The Maravi Post

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To connect worship and intercession, and to continue the ‘flow’ of music and participation, we often encourage prayer during singing, or even through singing

Prayer is part of having faith. It is our main way of communing and speaking to God. Intercessory prayer has long since been practised among the church. Yet, some find it a struggle to get their members involved. Why is it so difficult to get into this habit? Below are eight creative and intentional ways to incorporate intercessory prayer into your ministry.

To connect worship and intercession, and to continue the ‘flow’ of music and participation, we often encourage prayer during singing, or even through singing. ‘Matt Osgood’s “When our songs“, Noel Richard’s “Great is the Darkness“, Bernadette Farrel’s “Longing for Light” are great songs that leave room for intercessory prayer’ says Bob Channel. Alternatively, singing a simple refrain can be part of praying for a situation. We often ask people to picture a country or issue in their minds, and then pray for it by singing a line.

Writing prayers down

Many churchgoers’ feel awkward and nervous about praying aloud. So why not encourage them to write their prayers down or send them in a text to one phone number to be voice by one person as a prayer. That way, everyone feels like they can contribute, and they do not feel pressured.

Using pre-written prayers

Some people might consider this less ‘spiritual’ than prayers made up on-the-spot. However, consider most of the songs you sing. Most of these have pre-written, thought-out lyrics that someone put a lot of time into writing, having concise, well-written and biblically minded texts for prayers is much the same idea. Pre-written prayers are useful in a variety of situations from marriages to deaths to praising Jesus’s birth.

Using taste

Taste is also highly evocative. A lot of people struggle maintaining focus while praying. If you give them something to eat that plays into what issue you are bringing to God, it can help everyone remain mindful and in the spirit of prayer. For example, if you are praying for a good harvest, eating a piece of an apple while saying the prayer can help keep everyone on the right track.

Keep a prayer journal.

In church is not just the only place you can pray for others, praying at home on your own is essential too. Keeping a little notebook of names, situations, even countries you wish to pray for is a clever idea. This can also be carried forward and scaled up by having a congregation journal where people can go and request prayers for themselves and others.

Have a prayer friend.

If you struggle to stay on task and pray regularly, then getting a prayer buddy might be a solution. You can keep each other accountable or meet and pray together as little as once a week or as often as every day-whatever fit into both of your schedules. ‘This idea could be a wonderful way to get a group of people from your church together and start their own prayer buddy system, or even start a weekly prayer circle’ says David Cornette.

Pray for one or two members every day.

If you are just getting into the swing of praying for others and want to start small, then praying for one or two people a day, every day is a good option. It helps create the daily mindful habit of prayer, without it feeling daunting. As you continue to reinforce this habit, you will feel good for keeping it up and it can inspire you to try praying for me people.

Use Scripture

All the Bible can be used in prayer. Look for passages that deal with intercession in their tone as they converse with God. You can pick a sentence or phrase to repeat as a refrain throughout the prayer. Also, Michael Perry authored a book of ‘Bible Prayers for Worship’ – many of which can be found for free on Jubilate and searching for Michael Perry as author.

These eight creative tips will help when getting your church members fired up about intercessory prayer. It just takes some love and patience.

Michael Dehoyos is a blogger at Academic Brits and writer for Origin Writings. He is involved in many business projects. Michael enjoys identifying project problems and finding solutions for these.

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World Food Day: African Development Bank’s Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation flagship wins top international award for digital… – The Maravi Post

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High-level Dialogue on Feeding Africa. It won the best “video – documentary” in the competition. The 2021 International Business Awards, the world’s only all-encompassing business awards competition, drew more than 3,700 nominations from 65 nations.

“Through the experiences of women and men participating in the TAAT program, these videos tell the story of how Bank-funded agricultural technologies are helping 11 million farmers across 29 African countries produce more food and adapt to climate change,” said Dr. Beth Dunford, Bank Vice President for Agriculture, Human and Social Development. “This Gold Stevie award speaks to the collaborative work of our staff, implementation partners, and program beneficiaries to share these stories,” she added.

The videos, beamed to more than a dozen Heads of State, global leaders and thousands of high-level online participants, showcased the experiences of farmers.

“The 17 Heads of State and others who watched would have been impressed with the quality of the film and, more importantly, the program itself. Excellent initiative,” wrote one judge who recognized the challenges of documentary film production during Covid-19 lockdowns.

“These programs are just so necessary to bring positive change and this documentary shows it excellently,” said another awards panel member.

“I emotionally connected with each video provided…the documentary captured wonderful, intimate and sensitive interviews with people. It became personal and heartfelt,” another judge remarked.

This 18th annual International Business Awards recognize outstanding organizations and highlight their positive contributions globally. Last year, the Bank earned a Gold Stevie for its 2019 Annual Report in the publication category and bronze for the Report’s companion video.

This year’s other award winners include Google, IBM, Yapi Kredi, DHL Express Worldwide, Dubai Municipality and Tata Consultancy Services. The winners will receive their prizes during a virtual ceremony slated for 8 December 2021.

Source African Development Bank Group

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