Jesus came as a man. As God He chose to take off His robe of authority and set it aside to live as we do. The only difference between Jesus and us, when He lived as a man, is that He had no sin. He was still tempted which means He had a choice. He dealt with the devil as man. He lived obediently as man. He learned obedience, Heb 5:8. Was He still God? 100% Mat 26:53. But even then, He would have prayed as a man so the Father would hear His prayer. Do no interpret Jesus' actions as not being God, but He did what He did because of love and the only legal way to do it was as a plain simple man. Why is this such an important matter, because He said we could do what He did, and more, John 14:12. But to do that, we must also do what He did, be obedient to the Holy Spirit, the same Holy Spirit He had and gave to us. To say that Jesus did what He did as God in a man's form is to deny the very cross upon which He died for us. To say that Jesus did what he did as God removes His authority over the earth. Jesus is 100% God but came and lived as a man, 100% of the time. Not once did He do anything of His own authority, John 5:30-47. He fulfilled, in the flesh, what Adam could not do. Jesus, the Son of Man, the Son of God.