Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made.
Jesus the creator. He wasn't just the apprentice; God the Father letting him try his hand at a few minor beetles. Jesus created all things. Nothing was left for any other. We tend to make Jesus subsidiary to God the Father, but we fall down in our idea of the Trinity when we do so. There is but one God. I don't understand how there can be three persons and one God, but when we start separating them into three Gods or see each person as merely an aspect or face of God then we fall short. God made everything but the 'word' made everything; nothing was made without him.
Thou art worthy, Thou art worthy,
Thou art worthy, O Lord,
To receive glory, glory and honor,
Glory and honor and power.
For thou hast created, hast all things created,
Thou hast created all things,
And for thy pleasure they are created,
Thou art worthy, O Lord.