As the Lord Yeshua says, ‘If G-d were your Father, you would love me, for I came from G-d and I am here. I came not of my own accord, but He sent me’ (Yokhannan 8:42). And he says, ‘…the Father Who sent me bears witness about me’ (Yokhannan 8:18). And ‘He Who sent me is with me. He has not left me alone…’ As Yokhannan says, Yeshua came from G-d and was going back to G-d (cf. Yokhannan 13:3). That G-d sent His Son into the world (cf. Yokhannan 3:17) means He neither was His Son nor became His Son.
Like Yeshua, his disciple says the emissaries (a.k.a. apostles) and disciples of Yeshua at large are from G-d (Yokhannan Alef 4:6) and yet themselves are not the Most High G-d.