I don't see any passage where Jesus identifies God Yahweh as being the same "person" as His Father. Had He said so, that would have meant the death sentence for him in Judaism. The idea that the Father and God Yahweh were the same, came late in the 2nd cent. Until then, the majority of Christian Bishops (some 40 sects) taught that God the Father was different to God Yahweh. When the disciples of "John" suggested that the Father of Jesus was God Yahweh, they were drummed out of town in the early 2nd. cent.
The idea that God Yaweh and God the Father were the same came from a group of Catholic Bishops in the late 2nd. cent. It took until AD 325 to agree in a debate among 300 of the 1000 Bishops in the Empire, on how this could be.
Now, is Jesus the son of God Yahweh?
Unfortunately the Bible doesn't contain the answer. It was written before the answers were formulated by the Church. It is a requirement of most Catholic churches to accept the Trinity in Unity as a statement about the relationship between God and Jesus, before one can be confirmed. In the Church of England it is no longer necessary to even believe in God.
My own belief is that Jesus was who He said He was - the son of man.
Anglican Catholics are required to accept the Apostles Creed, in order to be confirmed. There is no mention of God Yahweh, only of God the Father.
Again, as a gentle reminder: the NT text was written to confirm the doctrine of the Church. The NT means what the Church says it means. You cannot use a Protestant text to argue against a Catholic teaching.