There are numerous other examples of descriptions and titles applied to God that the NT writers quoted but applied to Jesus, I can post them later but something tells me you're aware of them but choose to ignore their significance.
When ALL the evidence is considered (not just the WT's cherry picked and twisted "evidence"), you see the rational behind mainstream Christianity's veneration and worship of Jesus
Prepare for God's Arrival
Isaiah 40: 5 Thunder in the desert!
"Prepare for God's arrival! Make the road straight and smooth,
a highway fit for our God. Fill in the valleys,
level off the hills, Smooth out the ruts,
clear out the rocks. Then God's bright glory will shine
and everyone will see it.
Yes. Just as God has said."
Thunder in the Desert!
Matthew 3: 1 -2 While Jesus was living in the Galilean hills, John, called "the Baptizer," was preaching in the desert country of Judea. His message was simple and austere, like his desert surroundings: "Change your life. God's kingdom is here."
3 John and his message were authorized by Isaiah's prophecy:
Thunder in the desert!
Prepare for God's arrival! Make the road smooth and straight!
Zechariah 12:10 They'll then be able to recognize me as the One they so grievously wounded—that piercing spear-thrust! And they'll weep—oh, how they'll weep! Deep mourning as of a parent grieving the loss of the firstborn child.
John 19: 36 -37 These things that happened confirmed the Scripture, "Not a bone in his body was broken," and the other Scripture that reads, "They will stare at the one they pierced."
Isaiah 6: 1 In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Master sitting on a throne—high, exalted!—and the train of his robes filled the Temple.
John 12:41 Isaiah said this because he saw Jesus' glory and spoke about him.
I certainly see the rationale, and I venerate and worship Him.