No. Not really, why?
It's odd because it's God, or the people writing the Bible, telling you to praise him. If all these types of praise commands or worship was taken out of the Bible, I could understand you praising God based on merit alone.
Yet, that is not the case. Therefore, you may not be praising God because you want to. It may be because you've seen these passages so many times and it's become second nature.
If you don't think it's become second nature, just image this scenario for anyone else. Imagine someone tells you, you should praise them. Will you do it?
This is what I mean by subliminal messages. I wasn't brought up with religion, so when I try read it it's very strange. If I ever revere someone, it would based on merit alone and, if they told me to revere them, i'd be in shock.