According to 1Corinthians 15:24,28 he will be always subject to "his God and Father".
1Corinthians 15:24-28 disproves the trinity:
That passage of scripture proves that Jesus is not God -- or else he would be handing back the Kingdom to himself. The scripture only makes logical sense if only the Father is God. The phrase "HIS God and Father" demonstrates that God is "the God of" Jesus (Romans 1:17), i.e. the One Jesus worships and regards as superior even as his earthly brothers also worshipped God and regarded Him as superior. (John 20:17) It also shows that the same God is also Jesus' ("His") Father, i.e. the one responsible for Jesus' being in existence. Clearly then, Jesus must have had a beginning. The term "Father of" is always used in scripture of someone responsible for bringing something/someone into existence and/or taking the role of such a person. To conveniently ascribe a different meaning to the term when used of God's relationship to Jesus is to be dishonest. Most importantly, the scripture shows Jesus being, not co-equal but subject to God.