It's interesting to note that before he was born and after he died, the Bible informs its readers that Jesus actually has a God and Father in heaven.
Micah 5:4 - “And he will certainly stand and do shepherding in the strength of Jehovah, in the superiority of the name of Jehovah HIS GOD."
John 20:17 - Jesus said to her: “......But be on your way to my brothers and say to them, ‘I am ascending to MY Father and YOUR Father and to MY God and YOUR God.’
Romans 15:6 - That with one accord YOU may with one mouth glorify the GOD and FATHER of our Lord Jesus Christ.
2 Corinthians 1:3 - Blessed be the GOD and FATHER of our Lord Jesus Christ...................
2 Corinthians 11:31 - The GOD and FATHER of the Lord Jesus...."
Ephesians 1:3 - "Blessed be the GOD and FATHER of our Lord Jesus Christ..."
Hebrews 1:9 - "You loved righteousness, and you hated lawlessness. That is why God, YOUR GOD, anointed you...”
1 Peter 1:3 - Blessed be the GOD and FATHER of our Lord Jesus Christ.............................
Revelation 1:6 - And he made us to be a kingdom, priests to his GOD and FATHER.......................
Revelation 3:2 - "....for I have not found your deeds fully performed before MY GOD."
Revelation 3:12 - “The one that conquers - I will make him a pillar in the temple of MY God, and he will by no means go out [from it] anymore, and I will write upon him the name of MY God and the name of the city of MY God, the new Jerusalem which descends out of heaven from MY God...."
How does this scenario work out if Jesus is God Almighty himself? How can God in heaven have a God in heaven?
Also, if the Athanasian creed regarding the trinity is true - when it says that the Father, son, and holy ghost are co-equal, co-eternal, and none has superiority over the other - then 1 Corinthians 15:27,28 must be a patent lie when it says that Jesus will subject himself to his Father.
The New English Bible says that Jesus will be subordinate to the Father.
The language used by the Catholic Encyclopaedia to summarise the trinity dogma says it all:
Lord's words, Matthew
"No one knoweth the Son,
but the Father," seem
to declare expressly
that the plurality of Persons in the Godhead
beyond the scope of any created intellect.”