On the contrary Indeed you can. Every kingdom which has been divided has failed. At no time in Scripture, or in real life, has the Kingdom of God had a power struggle which opposed itself; except somehow this Roman myth of the 3rd Century CE, in which the Jerome had incorporated into the Scriptures. It documented fact before the 3rd Century, prior to his interference, there was no Christian concept of an Archangel name Lucifer who rebelled against God in a war and was cast out of heaven and condemned to the Earth.
The story was added because it was at this time, 3rd Century CE, which Roman Astrologers noticed a fatal error in their the astrology charts. They believed the Morning Star (which at that time they called Lucifer) and the Evening Star (which at the time they called Phosphorous) were two separate stars in the sky and not one and the same. It was also at this time that Apollo and Helios and Sol were reconciled into a singular deity (which prior to this they were considered separate). In order to correct their star charts, the Roman Astrologists told the roman myth of why there is now only one light which is both the Morning and Evening Star instead of the two. The Story of Lucifer, fallen star cast from heaven, was invented.
Jerome, a student of Roman rhetorical and philosophical studies, and contemporary of Augustine, who was also very much versed in Roman philosophy, Manicheanism, and Neo-Platonism before converting to Christianity, is the first one to make this connection into Christianity. Jerome is also recorded to have initially used classical authors to describe Christian concepts and one of these stories was the myth of Lucifer. It was Augustine, who encouraged Jerome, being himself previously heavily influenced by Manicheanism who helped mold this myth into Christian doctrine along with the doctrine of Original Sin and the concept of Just War.
So now we know the Roman myth (read above), let us look at Manichaeism: The syncretic, dualistic religious philosophy taught by the Persian prophet Manes, combining elements of Zoroastrian, Christian, and Gnostic thought. Manichaeism is distinguished by its elaborate cosmology describing the struggle between a good, spiritual world of light, and an evil, material world of darkness. Through an ongoing process which takes place in human history, light is gradually removed from the world of matter and returned to the world of light from which it came.
It is no coincidence. Augustine and Jerome are both known for although claiming to abandon their past philosophical understandings, to later find these principles at work in their interpretation of the Scriptures and God’s plan for humanity. How can a myth invented and incorporated into the Scriptures in the 3rd Century, have any relevance to what Jesus taught and his disciples taught 300 years earlier?
So, care to demonstrate where you ever got the idea that Lucifer is the name for Satan prior to His rebellion from God; demonstrate if this were true, where you ever go the idea that Lucifer ever rebelled from God; demonstrate if this is true, how the references to fallen messengers (In Greek ‘angels’) refer to those who sided with Lucifer in this rebellion.