This week's thought provoking scenario! (If these get annoying or boring let me know, I just like to use these as a practice in creative thinking. Plus you folks have great ideas always!)
You are apart of an incredibly successful acolyte cell that has close dealing with your inquisitor
Your inquisitor is exceedingly charismatic and good at manipulating people
Your Inquisitor is a talented Psyker
You are a member of an Acolyte cell primarily as an interrogator and information gatherer, and as such are very perceptive to the workings of human interaction. Most of your cell is composed of individuals indifferent to your inquisitor and merely see their work as a means to an ends (Mostly to work outside the line of the common imperial citizen) all of you work competently at what you do and in the past four years you have served the Emperor's Inquisition faithfully and successfully (you note that of all the other inquisitors you've come in contact your Inquisitor's cells have had the lowest attrition rate)
However, in the last few years you've grown concerned over the activities of a particular Acolyte in your cell. A feral worlder turned body guard for your inquisitor. This particular Acolyte has even from day one shown a nearly fanatical devotion to your inquisitor, due mostly in part to your inquisitor's impressive psychic prowess, and has even called them the "god's hand" in their native tongue. In recent though the devotion has change from fanatical to nearly heretical, as the Acolyte views have changed and grown and they now consider the inquisitor the be a god in of them self (after some miraculous victories over overwhelming odds against the forces of chaos). You, and others of your cell, have in private voiced concern in this department but your Inquisitor assures you that it's not uncommon for bonds to form of this magnitude and that the devotion is "All that their primitive mind can do to rationalize what they witness me do."
So now you are confronted with a personal dilemma: Your inquisitor is openly accepting praise as a god by a disillusioned acolyte. While being mindful that they are your inquisitor, your sworn oath to the one and only god emperor tells you that his justice must be done. What do you do?