I can relate a lot!
Particularly given my personality type (is short: neat logic - yeeeah, confounding emotions - boooo ) I was massively discombobulated when I was innocently cycling along one day and then I was like: “Golly, I seem to have a awfully queer feeling… analysis indicates that I am experiencing an involuntary positive emotion belonging to the gladness range of the classification options and it seems to emanate from some equally involuntary emerging stability of trust in the Buddha.”
Nevertheless, in answer to your actual question, in view of its entirety, on balance my own answer has to be a very clear, ‘no’. I’m always a little bit uncertain how ‘noble’ is intended in any one given application. As I presently understand it, in most instances ‘noble disciple’ is used to indicate one who has directly seen the Dhamma (ie. stream enterer onwards), but in many places is used more casually.
If ‘noble’ is being used in the first way, this takes the terrible joy burden right off. Phew !! If not though (and actually in any case), at the minute I’m quite taken with redirecting myself a little away from and more towards soft investigation - I mean it’s all just suffering to be understood, right?
I say ‘at the minute’, because your question happens to coincide with one that came up for me last week specifically with regards to virtuous conduct. I adore decency, but I did have to pause and acknowledge that I haven’t so much been able to experientially link it with gladness - there again, maybe I’m still just a little too much on the side of life (;-)).