Yes, you have the opportunity to support God's side in answer to Satan's challenge. You can accept God as your ruler and help to show that Satan is a liar. Jesus never doubted that Satan is the ruler of this world, In some miraculous way, Satan once showed Jesus all the kingdoms of the world and their glory.
"Satan then promised Jesus "All these things I will give you if you fall down and do an act of worship to me. "Think about this, would that offer have been a temptation,if Satan was not the ruler of these kingdoms?
Jesus did not deny that all these wordly governments were Satan's Surely, Jesus would have done that if Satan was not the power behind them of course. Lord is the almighty, the creator of all marvelous universe Yet, no where does the bible say that either God or Jesus Christ is the ruler of this world.
In fact, Jesus specifically referred to Satan as "the ruler of this world"The bible evens refers to Satan the devil as "the God of this system of things." (John 12:31, 14,:30,16:11) 2Corinthians 4:3,4) Regarding this opposser, or Satan, the Christian apostle John wrote"The whole world is lying in the power of the wicked one."1John 5:19. God selected Jesus Christ to be ruler of his heavenly kingdom, or government, long ago, the bible foretold, unto us a child is born,unto us a son is given and the government shall be upon his shoulder, and his name shall be called.
Prince of Peace of the increase of his government and peace there shall be no end "Isaiah 9:6,7( King James Version) Regarding this government, Jesus taught his followers to pray.
"Let your kingdom come. Let your will take place, as in heaven, also one earth," (Matthew 6:10) God's kingdom will soon remove all the governments of this world, and it itself will replace all of them. (Daniel 2:44) Then God's kingdom will usher in an earthly paradise.
What a marvelous future awaits those who choose to learn about our Grand Creator, God and to serve him! It was to the coming paradise on earth that Jesus pointed when he promise the evildoer who died along side him."You will be with me in paradise."(Luke 23:43) it is vital that we learn more about Jesus Christ through whom all these blessings will be made possible.