Great Sermon! I don't think I've ever heard a more courageous, uncompromising sermon on this topic.
Practical! Additional thoughts. Listen seriously about the politicization of homosexuality discussed in this message and their turning government to their defense, and their hateful persecution of Christians or any who oppose.
In hearing about the destruction of Sodom toward the end of this, it brought to mind that Mount St. Helens had an earthquake in early 2011. It erupted and blew its top in 1980 covering Portland in ash, the same year the "Gay rights" group Dignity started there.
The entire west coast is a range of volcanoes from Washington to California, as well as one of the most earthquake active faults in the world. Sodom and Gomorrah, destroyed by brimstone and fire raining down, were located near "tar pits", "salt", and other post-Flood attributes of geological upheaval. God's hand is not shortened, neither does he change, and the stage is observably set should he choose to smite again in similar fashion. 1980 could be a warning. Remember Pompeii and Mt. Vesuvius.
Very Practical Sermon! Listen and hear the very practical points made during this sermon. There are many. It is impossible to prevent homosexuality from its aggressive expansion if we "tolerate" it (upon command). Look and note the aggressiveness of Sodomites, today as well as then. Chrysostom said when they are in majority they become violent toward those who dissent or accuse them of sin.
Now think about this. Was it not our last generations that bowed to "living together" (living in sin, fornication, mocking marriage and God) since the 1960s and 70s? And what has been the result? The same will happen with homosexuality.
Are any Christians, who are supposed to be righteous, "vexed" in soul about the current generation? "Righteous Lot" was vexed, an evidence of righteousness.
Listen to the tactics used by homosexual activists presently, blatant infiltration to get children to join them. They are infiltrating and hijacking government at all levels to serve their purpose.