well those are interesting scriptures, but really who did Jesus pray too? at any time? fact also is that proverbs chapter 8 describe Jesus as having a beginning. also it was common for people like governors and very wealthy people or people of influence to be called gods.
regarding the name of God, well, if your name is richard in usa, it may be ricardo in mexico or spain, is that incorrect? answer is no. also Jesus is a common name, his real name is Yeshua. since there is no J in the hebrew language and J is silent in latin. also there is a scripture in the bible like in Colossians or Corinthians where Jesus gives the kingdom back to his father God or Jehovah (Yahweh). so question there is if Jesus is in heaven, why give the restored kingdom to a part of a trinity if all are there in heaven anyway, and Jesus be sitting at the right hand in a subordinate position. that scripture states all things will be in subjection to God. not a trinity. so with the theme of the bible Jesus is a divine person, he is as Jesus identifies himself as being created by God directly.
Yes some say thomas said o my God, but really that is a relationship or slang for Jesus as the bible would identify Jesus a God, Master Worker and Prince. these titles would be understood as elevated positions in their culture. so calling Jesus as a God is an acceptable formality. also, Jesus himself stated something to that as there are many Gods and Lords. that is the context of that situation because we know that Jehovah himself said clearly there are no other God in the Hebrew scriptures.