“Teacher, I will follow you wherever you go.” (Matt. 8:19)
-In Matthew 9:15 and Luke 5:32, υἱός (huios) is translated to "guests" (or "attendants" in other versions):
Since light does not give birth to anyone, we can see again that the word υἱός (huios) was frequently used to describe someone who is deferential or subservient to something or someone.
One might not understand how an exalted person like Jesus could humble himself to be a servant of humanity. This is in fact the position a loving servant of God takes. God's loving servants often take the humble position of serving those who have fallen by helping them reclaim their lost love for the Supreme Being. In the spiritual realm, this is an exalted activity.
It is because Jesus sees that this is his role: the servant of humanity.
“‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.' This is the first and greatest commandment.” (Matt. 22:37-38)
(For a translation of Jesus' statements from the Gospel of Matthew without institutional sectarian influence, see the Gospels of Jesus - translated from the original Greek texts.)