I respectfully disagree. I do not know of any reference to John being a Baptist, a baptizer, yes. Yes he did baptize people. Yes, he preached that someone greater was coming and that he was not the messiah.
In what way was he a Baptist?
Is obedience to the commands of the gospel to repent and believe a work?
What about fear of God, responding in humility, sorrow of sins, repentance, and faith?
Could loving God from loving sin be a work?
The fact you are on here asking for help shows contrition to me.
We are surrounded by sin and filth more than ever and it's hard not to get vexed like Lot was.
My advice is to focus more on Jesus than on your sins. Maybe carry a pocket bible, memorize some verses related to your struggles and put yourself in a position not to get jaded by the flesh, world and devil. I know, easier said than done.
Living for God helps also. That is, get out there and be a witness for Christ and take some knocks for him. This is one way to crucify the flesh. Fellowshipping with other believers as much as possible puts one in a position of accountability also.
But even so we will be beset by sin until our deaths or the rapture. This doesn't mean you haven't repented. It means you're in a battle with your flesh.