"He many times told me that he wanted sex after we divorced. Now he is sending me emails and text messages asking if I wan sex. I moved out and he got the house. Hundreds of thousands he made during our marriage he spent (including on girlfriends). "
I'm not sure what any of this has to do with the legal issue presented in your post.
Given how long you waited, I can't imagine why a few delays would be a huge thing, but your attorney can ask the court not to allow any more continuances as to the underlying motion for contempt.
Have no idea what kind of motions your husband is filing, but it may be that you should hire a different attorney if they have to research each one.
Ultimately, the court will almost certainly not entertain any demand that the settlement agreement be changed, because it's a private contract between the parties and courts are loathe to interject themselves into such things. His being out of work is not a good enough reason.
Your attorney is best source of advice, and if (s)he is acting as though this is something that needs stringing along then, again, you might want to talk with a different attorney to do at least an anonymous peer review of what your attorney is doing.