Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
Moses and Joshua
David and Solomon.
All the above.
He was still God.
He never had a day of sickness.
He was like human beings in every way.
He was never subject in any way to human limitations.
They wanted to impress Him.
They believed Him to be God.
They were afraid of Him.
He must have been a very charismatic person.
The feeding of the 4.000 in Mathew 15
The healing of the demoniac in Mark 5
The healing of the paralyzed man in Matthew 9
The conversation with Nicodemus in John 3
His disciples Peter, James, and John.
Peter, the demoniac Legion, and the angel Gabriel.
His mother Mary, the angel Gabriel, and John the Baptist.
Mary Magdalene, Zacchaeus, and Peter.
Count up to see if most of the people He came into contact with followed Him.
Compare the number of times He is called “Lord” with that word for God in the Old Testament.
Compare OT and NT texts that both refer to Him (e.g. Isaiah 40:3 & Matthew 3:3).
Just assume He was, because He said so.
He suffered so much more than any other crucifixion victim.
His crucifixion was the shortest on record.
He never really died.
His final breath was under His own control, not of others or circumstances.
The testimony of His friends.
The testimony of His enemies.
The claims He Himself made.
The fact that God raised Him from the dead.