The New Testament refers to God very many times. It also refers to Jesus. However, it always makes a clear distinction between Jesus and God, particularly where the two are referred to in the same passage. The New Testament always refers to God as the Father of Jesus, and even as the God of Jesus. It doesn’t refer to Jesus as being God at all, and very definitely refers to Jesus as being on a level with the Father. The Old Testament promises a Messiah to come, but again there is always a distinction between the Messiah, who is described as the Son of God, and God himself.
The biblical distinction between Jesus and God is so strong that it is clear that the Bible does not regard Jesus as God. Instead it describes Jesus as the Son of God, and as the mediator between God and man.