• Noah Martinez

    Contributing sermons since Apr 17, 2008
Noah's church

Desert Cove Assembly
El Mirage, Arizona 85335

About Noah
  • Education: Free Gospel Bible Institute - class of '01. Export, PA Mid-Continent Bible University - mayfield, KY
  • Experience: Raised in the AG, but not saved until age 19. Left for seminary at 21. Assistant pastor for 3 years. Two pastorates - 9 years with the first, currently and happily, with the second.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: I trust that if even one soul is strengthened through my opportunity, it was worth it all. I will be the first to admit there is much for me to learn, but if we can all be teachable, then we can know God and godliness. Heaven wasn't created for angels; it was created for us. We just have to get ready while living on earth below. With love, Noah.
  • Family: Happily married to my one and only wife. Proud father of three boys. Homeschoolers. Conservative and balanced.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: "Get out of the way and let them see Jesus" "feed the sheep, and milk the goats"
  • Books that have had an impact: Tozer, Redpath, Scroggie, Biederwolf, Boreham, Cuyler...many others. My favorite authors are already enjoying their reward. I find the authors of old weren't so concerned with pushing out books as much as they were consumed with HIM.
  • What I want on my tombstone: Family man, man of God.
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Newest Sermons

  • Anointed, Yet Alone

    Contributed on Aug 21, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    So many want the power and anointing of the Lord. It comes with a high cost that many aren't willing to pay. A huge observation this preacher has made about all the anointed men of God in the Bible: they had to have the ability to serve God with all their

    Anointed and Alone 1 Samuel 21:1-13/ Psalms 56:1-13 The Bible never flatters its heroes. Here is David, anointed to be king; destined to rule over great lands and wealth, but living in caves on the run begging for food and fearing for his life. Anointed! But alone. Ever wonder why the promises more

  • Christ, Our Example

    Contributed on Mar 28, 2010
    based on 7 ratings

    When we get to the gates of that city, they wont ask for your I.D. - they will look for a resemblance of Christ in your life - that is your pass into heaven.

    CHRIST, OUR EXAMPLE 1Thes. 1:5 & 1Pet. 2:21-23 Christ IS Our Example In Word And In Deed. As we can walk as Christ walked, we can talk as Christ talked. This is not a condition of one’s feet or lips, it is a condition of the heart. Before we can walk as Christ walked, and talk as He more

  • Look What The Wind Blew In

    Contributed on Mar 6, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    For those born of the water and the Spirit, church isn’t just part of their lives; it IS their life. Everything else revolves around the fact that church is the heartbeat of Christianity.

    LOOK WHAT THE WIND BLEW IN John 3 Here Jesus explains to a doctor of the law that his religion and his own righteousness were not enough before God; but that he had to be born again. Everyone birthed into God is born of the Spirit. To help Nicodemus understand – the moving of the wind. The more

  • A Christian's Highest Honor

    Contributed on Mar 6, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    One of the greatest shocks a saint will ever know is to realize that other saints can be cruel. A shattering realization. As terrible as this is, full recovery is possible! Even better, some have more than recovered, they were able to minister to others.

    THE HIGHEST HONOR ISAIAH 53 10 One of the greatest shocks a saint will ever know is to realize that other saints can be cruel. A shattering realization. I would even go as far as to say this can be more damaging and even more painful than loosing a loved one. Some Christians will never more

  • The Beautiful Bride

    Contributed on Apr 29, 2009
    based on 8 ratings

    A message to the bride about the bride. Inspiration about our future with Jesus.

    The Beautiful Bride PSALM 45 The 45th Psalm shows us a beautiful picture of Christ and His bride. A great marriage is about to take place, and the writer is "boiling over" with excitement: "My heart is inditing [boiling over] a good matter..." (Psalm 45:1). David can hardly contain himself. more