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It was a difficult time to be a journalist in 2017 reporting news of war, mass-shootings, persecution and terror attacks.
However, over the year Premier was able to cover stories that made people hopeful, chuckle and even praise the Lord!
So here are our top stories of 2017 that made us smile:
A railway station in south London was transformed into a worship party after a crowd broke out into praise.
The Christian behind a leading toy store firm has refused to change his stance on closing his shop on Sundays, despite missing out on trading on 24th December - one of busiest days for sales in the calendar.
Justin Bieber ended his performance at the benefit concert held in the wake of the Manchester attack by praising God.
A sixteen-year-old singer has battled through to the next round of the X-Factor by singing the gospel classic 'Break every chain'.
An organ donation campaigner and transplant recipient has paid tribute to a teenage girl who broke a UK record by saving eight lives through organ donation.
More than 60,000 people worldwide have so far watched a one hour Instagram live video that begins daily at midnight for people to praise God.
A Christian shopkeeper from Norfolk has dismissed claims by supernatural enthusiasts that his premises are haunted; saying the only spiritual presence in his store is Jesus.
A video of a Christian comedian impersonating Donald Trump as a church youth worker has reached 4.5 million views on Facebook
Marcus Mumford, the front man of multi-award winning British band Mumford and Sons has told an event for Christian leaders that he loves Jesus.
Christian singer and songwriter Matt Redman has revealed a fashion mishap he made nearly 20 years ago, while promoting his debut album.
A Christian from Norwich has fulfilled the dying wish of his late wife that every single member of the Houses of Parliament receives a hand-stitched prayer card.
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