Not to God, anyway. It might be psychologically (not spiritually) important to you. But why should God care what you think of Him, or whether you think of Him at all? Why should such as He be pleased by your worship, prayers or obedience, or disappointed by their absence? That’s like worrying about whether the ants in your farm like you.
If God cares about religion at all, it is only because He is like a Roman emperor, and created us to fight for His amusement. That would explain a lot about human history, and even better than Original Sin would.
Regarding your entire OP - says who? Maybe God is an insufferable narcissist, who will thwack you if you do not at least appear to be trying to kiss his ephemeral butt. Can you prove otherwise? (Presume for a moment that lack of interaction does not equate to lack of desire for praise - perhaps the god is limited in interactive capability but still likes being praised nonetheless.)
I’m just putting the idea out there. Nobody can prove anything regarding God. Even if the philosophical arguments coming under the heading of natural theology were logically valid, which they are not, they could show only God’s existence, but nothing about His nature or desires – e.g., they could offer no grounds to choose between Christianity and Islam, no more than does Pascal’s Wager.
Concerning the OP, no God who is worthy of that title isn’t the least bit concerned if we believed in him or not. As often heard from unbelievers, he should have provided better evidence if that is truly what he wanted.
If it was any kind of benevolent God at all, I realize my thoughts, no matter how much I wish for this or that, doesn’t change the outcome one iota in the end, so I don’t dwell on it. I’ve got other more positive and enjoyable thoughts to spend my time on. If it turns out a benevolent God did exist, and I was wrong after all, he’d forigive me, that’s his job.
I think this is a losing battle - most people’s belief systems, if they include belief in God (or most other gods too), also include beliefs that your hypothesis contradicts. And, just as I will throw out the hypothesis “1 + 2 = 87234” because it contradicts with the remainder of my, um, ‘belief system’ - similarly they will throw out this hypothesis.
The only people prepared to accept it are those who do not have such a contradicting belief in their belief system. As that rules out most theists (and dang near all christians), and as atheists don’t accept there is a god at all, you are left with only the tiniest audience who can even begin to consider accepting your hypothesis.