Deposition of God

by Melissa Klima


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/31/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 146
ISBN : 9781504389860
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 146
ISBN : 9781504389884

About the Book

Have you ever asked God a question and then actually heard him answer? I hadn’t—that is, until August 16, 2017, when God’s voice was so loud and so crystal clear that I had no doubt. As a professional court reporter, I take my job as the keeper of the record very seriously. I’ve taken hundreds of depositions, and I was experiencing what we stenographers call deposition-burnout syndrome. I felt depressed and lacked a sense of purpose. I turned to God for answers. “Take my deposition,” God said. I argued back, “No one has ever taken God’s deposition.” “Exactly,” he replied. I stopped in my tracks. “Oh my god, I’m talking to God,” I realized. “Yes, you are,” he said with a gentle laugh. “But I can actually hear you this time,” I added in shock and delight. “Yes, you can, now go take my deposition,” he encouraged. So I set up my writer and I began asking God the big questions, like “Why are we here? What happens when we die? When does a soul enter the physical body?” And he answered them all. I’ve heard some wild testimony over the years, but God’s truth blew my mind. It’s not some fluke that you’re reading this right now; it’s meant to be. Your awareness is about to increase. The Deposition of God will empower you to know who you really are and why you are here.


About the Author

As a professional court reporter, Melissa Klima takes her job as the “keeper of the record” very seriously. She began her court reporting career in 1990 in the Alexandria, Minnesota area. After reporting for a number of years, Melissa moved to Minneapolis and founded Chaser Court Reporting, Inc., in 1998. Born and raised on a farm in Hancock, Minnesota, Melissa loved to ride horse and play with her dogs. In high school, she played basketball and ran track. Melissa’s background was Lutheran and going to church was a big part of her family life growing up. As an adult, what became important to her was not the name that was placed on a certain religion, but the deep connection she felt with God. Currently residing in Prior Lake, Minnesota with her husband and their four children, Melissa continues to be an active court reporter and is currently taking the Deposition of God, Volume II. www.depositionofgod.com