Here is what I assert in truth:
The true students of Jesus are those who abide by his gospel teachings (see John 8:31-32; John 14:23-24), and that is what I do.
Beside being the Messiah (the Anointed of God) to me, Jesus of Nazareth is my teacher, my brother, my friend, and also my Lord since I do recognize the authority given to him by his and my God (by his and my Father).
Jesus never claimed being God; Jesus never claimed being equal with God; Jesus never referred to himself as "God" or "God the son" (and neither did Jesus taught anyone to refer to him that way), but Jesus did claim being sent by God to bear witness to the truth (see John 8:40; John 8:42; John 14:28; John 18:37), and to himself Jesus referred as "son of God" and to those who do the will of God as "children of God." (see Matthew 16:15-17; Matthew 27:43; John 10:36; John 11:52; Matthew 12:50).
To Jesus and to his true students, God is the Father (see John 20:17).
In his prayer, Jesus called upon his heavenly Father by referring to Him as the only true God (see John 17:1-3); thus, his Father is the only true God.
Also, Jesus taught that "God is Spirit" (John 4:24), and not "God is Sprits and man," not "God is Trinity" or any other plurality.
Those born of God (see John 3:1-10) have the spirit in them which is Holy since God is Holy, and it is to this spirit in the children of God that Jesus referred as "Holy Spirit."
There is expression" "like father, like son," and that is what Jesus meant in John 14:6-10, and not at all that he/Jesus is the Father. Those who perceive him/Jesus, perceive his Father, is because Jesus is like his Father.
Peter identified Jesus as "the Messiah" and "the son of the living God," and Jesus affirmed this as divinely inspired truth; so then, to those who give credence to and abide by the gospel teachings of Jesus, Jesus is the Messiah, the son of the living God (see Matthew 16:15-17), and the One Who sent him -- to Whom he referred as "my God"/"my Father" -- is the only true God (see John 17:1-3).