There will be people who respond positively by giving you compliments. Ensure that these compliments do not feed into pride! It is imperative that you stay humble. Remember, God gives grace to the humble but opposes the proud. God may give you grace for a time, but may bring you down if you let pride come in.
Give God the glory when people praise you for your sermons. How do you do this? Well, when someone praises you, you deflect that praise to God in your heart. You need not do this openly (typically saying "Praise God") in front of the person complementing you as it can come across in the wrong way, for example:
It can make the person complementing you feel guilty that he should have perhaps complimented God instead of you (but you have been used by God, so it is only natural to say something to you in the first instance).
It can make you come across too Christianised, in your attempt to show humility outwardly (which in itself is pride).
It is thus better to receive all the compliments with a simple "Thank You" (as if to collect them in a basket), then later when you are on your own, pray to God, thank Him for anointing you and speaking through you, and bring that collection of compliments to Him. Give Him all glory and honour.