“Egyptian spells may plead with and command a deity to carry out the magician’s desire. Other spells go as far as threatening the gods with sacrilegious acts and cosmic catastrophe. One such spell was owned by a priest named Hor, who lived in the second century BC, yet he was an exceptionally pious man who dedicated his life to the service of the god Thoth after receiving divine visions.”
Magic in AE, Pinch pg11-13
Just shows you that not all pantheons treat gods the same way, and that relationships with your gods can be complex, and still be valid and considered acceptable.