First notice something very OBVIOUS? Jesus did NOT say: Whoever has seen me has seen the (GOD). Because if Jesus had said: Whoever has seen me has seen (GOD), we would know for sure Jesus is the SAME GOD as His Father.
But instead notice what Jesus said? Whoever has seen me has seen the (Father).
So what did Jesus mean?
He is the (IMAGE) of the invisible (GOD), the firstborn of all creation. Colossians 1:15.
He is the radiance of the glory of God and the (EXACT IMPRINT OF HIS NATURE). Hebrews 1:3.
Notice, as Jesus is the (IMAGE) of the invisible (GOD), and the (EXACT IMPRINT OF HIS NATURE), then Jesus is OBVIOUSLY not the same Father GOD, but the (IMAGE) of the invisible (GOD), and the (EXACT IMPRINT OF HIS NATURE, which is why Jesus said: Whoever has seen me has seen the Father.
Jesus was NOT talking about being GOD, but that He has GOD’s identical NATURE, being the ONLY person BORN DIRECTLY from His GOD, which is why Jesus is called the ONLY BEGOTTEN (BORN) Son\God, John 1:18.
Being BORN DIRECTLY from His GOD, gives Jesus the (EXACT IMPRINT OF HIS FATHERS NATURE), which is why St John called Jesus God, and not (THE) GOD, which is seen in the Greek text of John 1:1, which has the DEFINITE article, (THE).
Notice in one hand how some Trinitarians like Gill’s Exposition of the Entire Bible, say John 14:9 proves Jesus is GOD? And yet in their other hand how: Gill’s Exposition of the Entire Bible, confirms: hath seen the Father; the perfections which are in him also; for the same that are in me are in him, and the same that are in him are in me: *I am the very image of him, and am possessed of the same nature, attributes, and glory, that he is; so that he that sees the one, sees the other.
What did Jesus mean when He said: