Disclaimer: I hope I am not offending anyone's religious beliefs
We all face tough times and abnormal situations.
Now, I asked God to come into our lives and fix our problems.
Really, I don't know what else to do.
A lady I know was very concerned about our chronic situation and she knows I am more on spiritual side.
She asked me about whether I believe in Jesus Christ and I replied that I believe he existed.
Then she recommended I check out a pastor (videos on YouTube) who tells how he was a staunch Hindu and converted to Christianity.
I understand people are touched by Christianity, and they have experienced miracles in their life.
And different people gravitate to different religions, beliefs, or non-beliefs per their comfort deep within their soul.
Similarly in my family, people were touched by Sikhism. 100 years ago when my great-grand mother's children kept dying at birth, she finally converted her newborn to Sikhism, and he lived (i.e., my Grandfather).
And now, I am always calmed and more focused when I listen to daily Sikh prayers (they live-stream from Golden Temple, and copy is kept on YouTUBE).
I don't believe in preachers. They are only human. And it is my honest belief that if they were truly divinely touched by God, or a Higher power, they won't be going out trying to make money by being preachers, having website, selling stuff, etc.
Instead they would do like Jesus Christ who went around, selflessly helping people.
My question is, if the lady brings up the topic again, how do I tactfully let her know, "Yes, this was very helpful", so that she thinks she did wonderful job in helping me, while not bringing up topic again.