Darkness and light can't occupy the same space at the same time. It's just as water and fire. They both can't occupy the same space at the same time. As long as we live in Satan's darkness, we will never know that we are prisoners in our own territory, a slave of an illegal despot: an absolute ruler, king with unlimited powers. You will never know that you are the rightful ruler of this planet we call earth or that the devil is already a defeated enemy. This is because we don't know any better, and because we don't realize the power we have in the spoken Word. We allow Satan to run our lives through ravaging our bodies with sickness, draining our finances, destroying our marriages, messing up our children with drugs and alcohol and generally wreaking havoc in our lives. King Jesus made this profound statement" ...I am the light of the world. He who follows Me shall not walk in darkness, but have the light of life.
Jesus is the light of the world. Keep this in mind, light means knowledge. He came to show us who we really are and to expose the enemy's false kingdom. To put it another way, Jesus the King came to introduce us to ourselves and to call us to become the people God always knew we could be. He came to call us home. Remember the vision that the Lord showed David: But the saints of the most High shall receive the Kingdom, and possess the kingdom forever, even forever and ever.
A lot of believers are confused about the word "saint". Some have been taught that saints are super spiritual believers who lived high above the place of everyone else and were awarded this exalted title after their deaths. In truth, every believer in the Lord Jesus Christ is a saint. When God's Constitution uses the word "saint" it refers to every child of God, every individual who has entered the Kingdom through faith and trust in Christ as Savior and Lord. If you are a believer, you are a saint, and if you are a saint, you are an heir to the Kingdom of God. That is without a doubt. Keep in mind, that the word saint comes from the same root as the word sanctified. To be sanctified means to be set apart for a specific use: to be reserved for a special purpose.
Now, do you know your purpose on this planet?
John 8:12 Daniel 7:18