I went to this Immanuel session with a problem. I was bothered by my "unchristian" attitude toward a fellow Christian. I was annoyed by just about everything this person said or did. I hated this about myself.
During the session Jesus showed me that He wasn't on the cross any more. He was everywhere. I was under a white canopy of his presence. He said it was all good under the canopy.
He said He was working on the situation and that my part was insignificant.
Jesus said, "I'm in charge. Watch me work. Be patient. Pray. I've got this."
"But, I get so annoyed!"
Then I saw a beet, a deep red beet turned upside down. (This was a riddle. A beet is a root vegetable. It was turned upside down. Jesus was taking me to the root of my problem and turning my point-of-view up-side-down.)
Then Jesus took me to a memory of the time my Christian Reformed father, at the invitation of a neighbour, took the family to a Pentecostal meeting. I was about seven. I remember feeling very uncomfortable there. It was weird and scary and dark. I felt alone and didn't like it.
With the prompting of my coach, I asked Jesus where He was in the memory. Jesus showed me a canopy over the whole meeting. He had the place covered. His light was piercing the darkness. All sorts of bad stuff was being stirred up. That is why I was so bothered.
His light overcomes the darkness.
There is darkness even under God's canopy, but He is there and He is dealing with it.
"What do you want me to know Jesus?"
"Stay under my canopy, be part of what I am doing."
"Pray. Rejoice. Be patient."
During this session, my perspective changed dramatically.