Here we are, at the end of Matthew. Hope you’re ready.
1) He is our one Master (Matt 23:10),
2) He sends prophets (Matt 23:34).
3) He will come in the clouds and give commands to His angels (Matt 24:30-31).
4) His words will last forever (Matt 24:35).
5) He is, again, the “Lord” and “bridegroom” mentioned previously (Matt 25:10-11).
6) He will come seated in majesty in the company of all the angels (Matt 25:31).
7) He will separate the good and evil (Matt 25:32).
8) He is “the king” (Matt 25:34).
9) He will shun the wicked into Hell (Matt 25:41).
10) He turns bread and wine into His body and blood (Matt 26:26-28).
11) He predicts Peter’s denial (Matt 26:34).
12) The Father would give Jesus twelve legions of angels if the latter but asked (Matt 26:53).
13) He will be seen sitting at God’s right hand and coming in the clouds (Matt 26:64). He is then accused of blasphemy (Matt 26:65).
14) Great catastrophes occur when He dies and saints rise from the dead (Matt 27:51-53).
15) He rises from the dead (Matt 28:6) and an angel sits outside His tomb (Matt 28:2).
16) He has all power in Heaven and Earth (Matt 28:18).
17) He has the same name as the Father [and the Holy Spirit] (Matt 28:19).
18) He will be with us forever (Matt 28:20).
So there’s, in total, 84 divinity proofs from gospel #1. Did Matthew think Jesus was God? Seems like it to me.