TL;DR: How would adults deal with super-powered, godlike teenagers?
A little background: The gods have mortal avatars. They walk around as physical gods and generally head their religions, making sure that people know what they actually want, although certain gods do differ on this, making religion… complicated. In order to stay in the mortal world, they reincarnate themselves in a mortal body the instant that they die, marked in such a way that the priests know exactly who they are – and, generally, move them into a temple with the parents as soon as possible. They're born, they live, they age, they die. In their early years, they'll know that they're a god because everyone around them tells them so, and possibly because of fragmented memories. Around the time they hit puberty, they'll start to receive more of their power and memories, and by the time they die, they will be a physical god with the same memories as before.
And yes, you read the above correctly. They start receiving memories from past lives and power usually around the age that a modern kid would be surviving junior high/high school, and this is probably the worst possible time for someone to start receiving massive responsibility, random, hormone-triggered memory dumps, and immense power. So, as you might guess, sometimes teenage gods can get a little bit "testy", especially given that at this age, however well-natured they might be, by nurture they can be spoiled, extremely stressed brats.
When a superpowered teenager starts mouthing off to you, what do you do? They're not as powerful as they're going to be eventually, but if they became angry they could, theoretically, vaporize you and get away with it. The adults surrounding the gods are worshippers, as well, which doubtlessly makes this phase difficult every time: would you reprimand the person you worship, or just grovel, grumble, and deal with it? Do you risk presenting yourself to another physical deity and ask them to give a sharp reprimand? How do you balance worship and discipline?